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Melbourne, FL 32940 US


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Meet the Chiropractor

Dr. Marc Gray serves the Suntree / Baytree/ Viera and the surrounding communities in Brevard County.

  • Dr.
    Marc Gray

    After graduating from Life Chiropractic College in Georgia in 1978, Dr. Gray started in private practice in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He dedicated over 30 years of service there, before his Eldest son, Marc Jr.  took the reins. This allowed Dr. Gray to move to Suntree and bring his expertise to the warm weather of central Florida. Dr. Gray is bringing excellence in patient service and treatment to Brevard County.  Dr. Gray's vast experience with children, adults and geriatric patients provides you with a multi-generational practice dedicated to your individual health needs.

    Dr. Gray's dedication to the art of Chiropractic and its healing principles has led to a body of work encompassing generations of experience he now brings to Suntree and the surrounding areas. Dr. Gray spear headed independent medical examines in 1984, working with General Motors Corp, fighting fraud in the insurance industry. He hosted a cable talk show on the merits of Chiropractic, nutrition and spinal health. He was also a Guest lecturer at Children's Hospital, Detroit Michigan, audience of Pediatric Otolaryngologists on the topic; Efficacy of Chiropractic Treatment of Otitis Media, (ear infections), still a prevalent issue today with our children, and adults. Dr. Gray has helped his patients with this and many other ailments, such as asthma, allergies and migraines all which respond well to Chiropractic treatments. In experienced hands Chiropractic can prevent an acute problem from becoming chronic and chronic problems from exacerbating.

    In 1996 Dr. Gray became a member of Oakland Medical Group Family Practice Division. Oakland Medical group was comprised of over 75 medical specialists including 1 Chiropractor, Dr. Gray. Dr. Gray was the first Chiropractor included with the physical medicine department at Oakland General Hospital in Madison Heights Michigan where he worked within a multi-disciplinary setting. His continual thirst for knowledge keeps him current and on the cutting edge of the best working treatment protocols. His experience and background ensures a timely and proper referral to the right specialist if and when needed.

    Dr. Gray is respected by his peers and patients worldwide. He is a father of four and grandfather of five. His eldest two children are both established business owners in Michigan while the youngest two and his wife, Patricia, made the move to Florida. His eldest daughter Jordan is married with two beautiful children and with her husband runs a successful landscape design business. His son Marc Jr. has followed in his footsteps and is a well-respected Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine taking the reins of the Bloomfield Hills practice. Marc Jr. is also married and has three beautiful children. His youngest son Sean, is a graduate of UCF, and lives and works in Orlando. Last but not least his youngest daughter Kaycee is a junior at UCF studying health sciences. Dr. Gray has been married to his wife Patricia, for 29 years. She has been at his side managing his practice during that time. She works diligently to make the practice a friendly compassionate place where patients feel like family.

    Our family is dedicated to our patients; we look forward to serving you, see you soon.   

    If you have any questions or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Suntree Chiropractic, please call us at 321-622-6778 today!

         Dr. Gray's Professional CV 

    Professional experience:

    · 1978 - 2008
    Gray Chiropractic Services, PC
    6405 Telegraph Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Mi. 48301
    Owned and operated a full service clinic centered on families. A large percent of patients were generational. From infant to geriatrics.
    Maintained steady flow of golf and sport related patients from pee wee sports to Elite athletes.

    · 1980
    Studied with Miles Medford D.C. Toronto, Canada Dr. Medford worked with Dr. B.J. Palmer to promulgate quadruped chiropractic.

    · 1980 - 1982
    Royal Convalescent Hospital Highland Park, Michigan
    Staff Chiropractic Physician

    · 1981-1983
    Worked with Dr. Michael Goldman D.O. Family Rehab, Madison Heights, Michigan Performing evaluations, exams, IME's relating to auto accident and workers comp. patients.

    · 1984
    Worked with Dr.'s Mark Deim and Paul Forman both Osteopathic physicians. Providing Chiropractic manipulative treatment in an industrial medicine setting.

    · 1987-1988
    Worked independently as an Equine Chiropractor in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona

    · 1989 - 2006
     Director of Equine Chiropractic Clinic Hartland, Michigan

      Special mention:

    · 1992
    Guest Lecturer at Children's Hospital Subject; Chiropractic management of Otitis media Audience; Pediatric otolaryngology staff

    · 1993
    Guest Lecturer at the International Medical - Dental Hypnotherapy conference Subject; Psycho immunology

    · 1995
    Wrote, co-produced and hosted a cable production titled 'Chiropractic the missing link' TCI cable 12 episodes 3 camera shoot

    · 1996-1998
    MIC - Motors Insurance Company
    In house examiner completing IME's relating to auto accidents.

    · 1996 - 2008
    St. Johns Oakland Hospital, Madison Heights, Michigan Member of Family practice department  2005 - 2008 worked in the Physical medicine and re-hab department.

    Professional affiliates:

    Current member of the Florida Chiropractic association. Past member ICA, ACA, Michigan Chiropractic Council, Michigan State Chiropractic association, Michigan Chiropractic Society

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Gray and I would like to extend our appreciation to all of our wonderful patients for your referrals and for those of you who feel compelled to share your stories on how we have been able to help you. Sometimes the most powerful help you can be to someone is to share your story. The first step to healing is walking through the right door! Please know that we strive everyday to do our very best to help you, your friends and loved ones."
    Sincerely, Tricia Gray

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