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Chiropractic is a healthcare profession focused on diagnosing, treating, and preventing disorders of the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles, & nerves). Chiropractic treatment aims to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and promote the body's natural ability to heal itself without surgery or medications. These treatments encompasses a range of treatment modalities, including spinal adjustments, mobilization, soft tissue therapy, exercise prescription, and lifestyle counseling.

What Can a Chiropractor Help You With?

When recovering from an injury seeking the right treatment can make all the difference in your journey back to health. Injuries that are commonly treated by chiropractors include:

  • lower back pain

  • sciatica

  • neck pain

  • headaches

These injuries can be the result of acute traumas like a car crash or slip and fall, or may be the result of repeated microtraumas or postural stress. While individually minor, the cumulative effect of microtrauma can lead to inflammation, pain, and tissue damage over time. Chiropractic care can be beneficial for the treatment of acute and microtrauma injuries by addressing the underlying musculoskeletal imbalances and dysfunctions. Through spinal adjustments and manual techniques, chiropractors can help restore proper alignment, mobility, and function to the affected area, reducing inflammation, relieving pain, and promoting tissue healing.

  • whiplash

  • joint sprains & strains

  • motor vehicle accidents

  • sports injuries

  • disc herniation

  • vertigo

  • fibromyalgia

  • many more pains...

Dr Trent Gray, DC, BSc

Chiropractor / Owner

My practice uses a diversified style of manual chiropractic adjusting, active myofascial release, nerve mobilization, graston technique, and home exercise/stretching to help you recover from injury and maintain your health. I believe that health and healing is not a one-size-fits-all approach, and work to meet each person's unique needs and goals.

I grew up in Edson, Alberta, in the foothills of the Rockies. Since I was young, I have loved being outdoors. My passion for outdoor sport has, on a few occasions, left me with a number of injuries. These injuries and the recovery process sparked my interest in the human body and healing. ​ I attended the University of Alberta, and University of Western States where I received Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Chiropractic degrees, with distinction and magna cum laude honors. I have also studied concussion specific therapy through Complete Concussion Management. This range of education allows me to assess and treat muscle & joint, nerve, and concussion injuries across the body. I moved to Castlegar in 2022 to seek out small town life after spending over ten years living and working in large cities within Western Canada and the United States. When I am not working I am passionate about spending as much time as possible in the mountains. In the summer you can often find me exploring the many incredible mountain bike systems of the West Kootenays, or working on renovations as I restore my new-to-me home in Robson! When I can find the time, I also like to get out dirt biking, rock climbing, and relaxing on the beach.​ When winter rolls around, I shift gears and dig out my snowboard and splitboarding gear. Resort riding is where I first learned how to snowboard, but the backcountry is where my true passions have shifted.

Appointment Options

New Patient

40 minutes in length. Includes a history, assessment & treatment.


Follow-up Visit

20, 30 & 40 minute options available depending on treatment needs. 

From $70


Discounted rates available for patients under 18 and post-secondary students with valid ID

From $60

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