About Dr. Jordan Gray
“I know the challenges of living in the mountains, having a busy life, and the demands it puts on your body as well as the stress of traveling to remote places like Mammoth Lakes. I truly listen to everyone who walks into my office, and believe there is a most aligned connected version of you, and it is my job to help you recover it and maintain it for life.” -Dr. Jordan Gray
Dr. Jordan Gray attended the University of Colorado, Boulder where he received a Bachelors of Arts in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology. Soon after, he was certified through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) as a Health and Fitness instructor and through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a Personal Trainer. He then went to work for the City of Boulder, Parks and Recreation which being one of the go-to facilities in the area, gave him the opportunity to train professional athletes, post-rehab clients, and people ranging in age from teenagers up to 90s.
He also performed fitness assessments for City of Boulder employees, the Fire Department, and the general public through the City’s wellness program. Dr. Gray’s training style emphasized Functional Movement Patterns which he continues to use in his own workouts and exercise recommendations.
After 6 years working for Parks and Recreation, Dr. Gray was inspired to attend Chiropractic College after going through a healing process from a mountain bike crash and other accumulated stress. To overcome a significant injury, he did a 10 series of Rolfing; otherwise known as Structural Integration which incorporated cranial sacral techniques. He also went to a chiropractor who corrected alignments of deeper spinal structures. Following his amazing recovery, he decided that he wanted to help others in this capacity.
Dr. Gray graduated from Life Chiropractic College West in the Bay Area in California and moved to South Lake Tahoe where he practiced for 9 years.
He also joined the adjunct faculty at Lake Tahoe Community College in Physical Education and Biology where he lectured in Health and Wellness, Sports Nutrition, General Nutrition, and Biology classes. He also continued his training experience by working in the fitness center. During his skiing adventures in the Eastern Sierra, he discovered Mammoth Lakes and fell in love. In 2019, he decided to open his own practice to address the needs of Mammoth locals and visitors to the area.
In his time off, he enjoys skiing, mountain biking, and hiking in the Sierra.
He’s also an active volunteer with Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.