Neuropathy, Back Pain, & Neck Pain Specialist

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Founder & Clinic Director

For over 30 years, Dr. Mark Shelley has practiced in the greater Seattle area. During his own journey of treatment for injuries, he discovered that in order to recover to the fullest degree possible, he needed the expertise of several disciplines. This realization inspired him to develop Olympic Spine & Sports Therapy, one of the first multidisciplinary injury rehabilitation clinics in the greater Puget Sound area. Olympic Spine & Sports Therapy combines spinal decompression, massage therapy, chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation, and laser therapy to achieve faster and more complete results for their patients.

Dr. Shelley grew up locally, graduating from Shoreline High School, then Shoreline Community College with honors. He then attended Sherman College of Chiropractic and graduated summa cum laude and class valedictorian in 1983. After a one-year internship in Arlington, Washington, Dr. Shelley started his own practice in Edmonds, Washington, where he practiced as the senior chiropractor for 16 years. In 2000, he founded Olympic Spine & Sports Therapy.

Dr. Shelley has post-graduate training in nine different techniques including the Pettibon™ and Chiropractic Bio-Physics™ (CBP) methods. Pettibon and CBP are the foremost techniques that exist in the profession for posture correction and spinal rehabilitation. Most recently, Dr. Shelley’s continuing education has focused on new technologies of Functional Neurology and Clinical Nutrition. Presently, he is the only board certified Functional Neurologist in the Edmonds area.

On a personal note, Dr. Shelley is a habitual exerciser. You can find him most weekday mornings at the gym exercising up a storm. His motto is “train hard to play hard” which he carries over into his recreational activities of skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking.

Olympic Spine & Sports Therapy

(425) 967-6426