Gray Chiropractic

Niagara’s Spine and Joint Pain Clinic


At Gray Chiropractic St.Catharines we are NOT a typical chiropractic clinic. In addition to back pain and neck pain we also use a variety of soft-tissue and rehabilitation techniques to address all areas of the body, including shoulder pain, elbow pain, knee pain, and foot pain.

Use our website as a guide to learn more about our unique approach to care, and see how we can help you get back to doing the things you want and need to do.

Conditions We Treat

At Gray Chiropractic we treat a wide range of conditions including back pain, shoulder pain, foot pain, and knee pain. Browse our Injury Library to learn more about some of the most common spine and joint conditions, and to learn more about our approach to treating these common problems.



Clinical care specifically designed to get you better at sport and life… and enhance long term muscle and joint health




At Gray Chiropractic St. Catharines we are we are NOT the average Chiropractic Clinic. We do not offer a one-size-fits-all approach for your muscle and joint health. Instead we utilize a variety of progressive and cutting-edge techniques so we can match your treatment to your specific problem. Some of these techniques include:

Active Release Techniques (ART)

ART stands for Active Release Techniques. It is a state of the art, highly successful soft-tissue assessment and treatment technique that is quickly becoming the gold-standard for treatment of muscle, tendon, ligament, and nerve problems –  including sports injuries, back pain, shoulder, elbow,  knee, and foot pain…[more]

Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)

Functional Range Conditioning (or FRC) is a comprehensive joint training system developed by world renowned movement and rehabilitation expert Dr. Andreo Spina with the goals of developing joint mobility, joint strength, and body control…[more]

Functional Range Release (FR)

Functional Range Release technique (or FR Release) is an advanced, comprehensive, hands-on technique and system of soft tissue assessment and treatment used by some of the most highly regarded manual therapists around the world[more]

Functional Range Assessment

Functional Range Assessment (or FRA) is a specialized method of joint assessment that provides objective measures of movement flexibility and movement capacity. These measurements can be applied to every joint in your body –  including your toes, foot, knees, elbows, spine, shoulders, and neck… [more]

Cox Flexion Distraction

Cox Flexion-Distraction therapy is a gentle, comfortable, hands-on, treatment for spinal pain and dysfunction. In recent decades Cox Therapy has emerged as a safe,effective, and well-researched treatment for spinal conditions, including spinal arthritis, sciatica, back pain, neck pain, and spinal stenosis… [more]

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave treatment (more formally known as Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy – ESWT) is a new, non-invasive therapeutic modality which utilizes high energy sound waves that can help alleviate pain and enhance tissue healing and regeneration… [more]


Acupuncture is a form of treatment that involves inserting very thin needles through a person’s skin at specific points on the body. Although it has been around for thousands of years, the modern practice of acupuncture has changed considerably since first introduced in China.

It is now known that acupuncture acts to stimulate neurochemical pathways in your brain and peripheral nervous system… [more]


Dr Jason Gray BHK DC MSc

Dr. Jason Gray is an honours graduate (Cum Laude) of Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri (2004), and holds a Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Honours, Movement Science) from the University of Windsor. Dr. Gray also received a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University (2011), with a focus on running biomechanics and clinical assessment.

Dr. Gray takes a “movement-based” approach when assessing and treating patients and clients. The goal is to get people to move better, more freely, and with less pain and reduced risk of injury.

In addition to his chiropractic training, Dr. Gray has advanced training in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, strength training and conditioning, and biomechanics. He has been has been a full-body certified Active Release Techniques provider since 2004. He is a certified provider of Functional Range Release, Functional Range Assessment, and Functional Range Conditioning.

Dr Stephanie Gray BSc DC

Dr. Stephanie Gray is a Doctor of Chiropractic and is co-owner of Gray Chiropractic Spine & Joint Clinic. Dr. Stephanie was born and raised in St. Catharines. She completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, Missouri in 2004. She also holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours Kinesiology, Co-op) from the University of Waterloo.

Dr. Stephanie owned and operated a practice in Fall River, Nova Scotia for 9 years before returning to her roots in 2014.  While in Nova Scotia, she also served as secretary of the Council Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors for 4 years.  Dr. Stephanie is a member of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, Ontario Chiropractic Association, Canadian Chiropractic Association.  She has been a full-body certified Active Release Techniques provider since 2004.

Away from the clinical setting, Dr. Stephanie is a mother of two young children, loves running, reading and a good espresso.  Email Dr. Stephanie for any further info regarding chiropractic care, ART or Cox Flexion Distraction (


Considering making an appointment with our clinic?

You probably have questions about what to expect on your first visit, your treatment plan, what forms you need to fill out, the cost of care, and our hours of operation.  You can find all of this information in our New Patient Centre.

Niagara’s Spine & Joint Pain Clinic

At Gray Chiropractic St.Catharines our focus is on the treatment musculo-skeletal conditions such as Back Pain and Sciatica, Foot Pain, Shoulder Pain, and Knee Pain.

Getting Here


Gray Chiropractic is in the heart of Niagara, located conveniently in St. Catharines, Ontario. We’re just minutes off the Q.E.W. in the ‘Village on the Twelve’ community (just off Martidale Road). And yes, there’s plenty of parking at the side of the building.


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