Dr. Paul Reed DC
After graduating from Mountain View High school located in Vancouver Washington, Dr Paul received an athletic scholarship to attended Washington State University. While competing in football, Paul completed his Batchelor of Science degree in Biology. This degree allowed him to follow his childhood dream of becoming a doctor of chiropractic. He began his chiropractic studies immediately following his graduation from WSU. Shortly after his graduation, Paul opened practice. This practice has been serving the families of Greater Clark County since 1998.
Having a serious wrestling injury at the age of 13 is what first took Dr. Paul Reed to the chiropractor. It has been nothing but God's amazing plan since that time. Dr Paul knew that God would use him in amazing ways to serve the masses with the art, science and philosophy of chiropractic. His purpose and passion for people to live a life full of health, vitality and enthusiasm has propelled his practice to becoming one of the biggest in the country. His wife of 20 years and
their two children live the Above-Down-Inside-Out lifestyle. This has manifested in abundance of service, love and health for their relationship with the Lord, those around them and chiropractic. Dr. Paul feels that it is essential to walk this walk in order to have the practice of your dreams. This blessing has enabled Dr. Paul to bring this message to the chiropractic community thru coaching and seminars, helping other chiropractors and their teams reach their inborn God-given talents to become all that he has called them to be.
In 2011 Dr. Paul began and hosted ChiroFEST! Which, to date, has become one of the West Coast biggest philosophy gatherings in service to chiropractic by: "Honoring our past and preserving our future"!
During 2012 Dr. Paul was asked to serve on the Board of Regents for Life Chiropractic West and looks forward to serving the school and our profession thru this assignment.
In 2013 Dr. Paul was asked to serve on the Washington State Chiropractic Association Board. He is excited to serve the state that has been so good to him the past 16 years in he profession.