After 57 years of practice, Dr. Gary has retired…almost.

Happy to see you!

May the best of life and health be yours!

Please note: My phone number has been changed from 805-371-8082 to 805-432-1308 until further notice. Dr. Gary is now back in the office on Saturdays until July 6th, 2024, then back from July 13th to mid-August, 2024.

Dr. Gary will be out of the office Saturday, July 6th.

New Feature: Dr. Gary will be featuring consultation times on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. First 15 minutes is free. If you have any questions you would like to have answered about Dr. Gary or your current or potential care in our office, make an appointment. Appointment can either be by phone or by Zoom. Here’s the link to the schedule.

I am working out of the office of my friend, Dr. Michael Veselak, in Camarillo. Click this link for a map to his office. The address is 333 N Lantana St, Suite 132, Camarillo, CA 93010 — across the 101 from the Camarillo Outlet Mall . I am available on Saturday mornings from 9am-noon (or more, depending on demand). Click the link to go to my new appointment calendar. If you are new to my practice, please call me first at 805-432-1308 for an initial appointment.

BTW, Dr. Michael is an excellent Chiropractor, should your need arise while I’m gone. He doesn’t do NAET (yet), but we’re working on him to take the training. If you require NAET (allergy) care. please contact Grace Enriquez, L.Ac. in Newbury Park at 805-410-3160 or Dr. Julie Robotham in Thousand Oaks at 805-371-6144. Dr. Julie is also an excellent Chiropractor.

View of Carmen, Daly and Lantana Roads
333 N Lantana, Ste 132, Camarillo, CA
333 N Lantana, Ste 132, Camarillo, CA

Wishing you all the very best of life and health,

Dr. Gary

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I have been all over the World, but choose to call Costa Rica my home away from home. Enjoy nature at her finest! Come to Costa Rica. Come to Toucan Valley.

Years ago, when we were about to leave the suburbs of Detroit to move to California, a friend asked “If things don’t work out in California, will you come back here?” To which I responded “If things don’t work out in California, I’ll move to Costa Rica!” Why I said that, I’ll never know – I had never been to Costa Rica, didn’t know anything about it. But, as things turned out, all went well in California and after 34 years here in Ventura County, we decided to have a second home in Costa Rica. I have not changed my mind.