Born on the west coast in Los Angeles, CA, Gary Arbuckle knew at an early age that natural health care would be his profession of choice. He watched it improve the health of his family and knew he wanted to do the same for others. Dr. Arbuckle got involved early working as a chiropractic assistant while still an undergraduate student at Bringham Young University. He completed his doctorate as Magna Cum Laude at Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, OR in 1998. Dr. Arbuckle's love of health propelled him and his wife to the title of EAS Body for LifeChampions in 1999. He began practicing in Denver, CO where he went into private practice. Dr. Arbuckle cared for a variety of professional, Olympic, and collegiate athletes. His work with athletes was in high demand, but Dr. Arbuckle sold his practice in Denver to move his family to Philadelphia for his wife's new position with NBC.
In 2004, he opened his second private practice in five years, where he still worked with athletes, but enjoyed providing health care to a broad patient base by being and active member of the community. He lectured at businesses, volunteered his time at Vanderbilt University, and got involved in volunteer work with local charities.
In 2007, when Fox News Chicago offered his wife, Amy Freeze, the Chief Meteorology position, he knew they could not pass it up. He sold his second practice and moved to the Chicagoland area. After a few years of practicing with a team of doctors, Dr. Arbuckle shifted his primary focus from injury recovery to weight loss.
In 2010, he and his partner started their own company and branded their product Body Reset; a product that produces extraordinary results with weight loss. He authored the Body Reset Handbook that instructs those on the diet.
He is very excited to work in New York City. His wife is now a meteorologist for WABC in New York. He brings over 12 years of private and group practice experience, along with a strong knowledge of spinal correction. He recognizes the relationship between structure and function and looks to promote overall health through spinal regeneration. His approach is simple. He doesn't want to be your next chiropractor. He wants to be your last chiropractor.
He lives with his wife and four children in Manhattan.