Aryn Gabai, D.C., C.A.C.C.P.
Dr. Aryn Gabai grew up locally, in both Lawrenceville and Hopewell through his childhood. In his undergraduate education at Penn State University, he took a physiology lab that had him perform live surgery on a rat. In the aftermath of that experience, he came to the revelation that he felt strongly that there were powerful ways to improve the health of the body that did not rely on such invasive procedures. This discovery led him into the path of healthcare that had nurtured him into a strong, resilient body, and followed his father’s path into Chiropractic.
After completing a Bachelor of Science degree with an honors in Biology, Dr. Aryn chose the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Life University in Marietta, Georgia due to its hands-on learning of adjusting techniques. While at Life, Dr Aryn participated in many different supportive activities, including adjusting technique groups, radiology specialties, and public speaking. Towards the end of his schooling, he traveled with one of the first groups of students to deliver chiropractic care in a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Zigong, China in the Szechuan province. Following his work in China, he interned at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland in the Department for Traditional Medicine working on documents that set standards for care in multiple fields of traditional medicine including Ayurveda, Thai Massage, Naturopathy and others.
Following his work in healthcare policy, he returned to New Jersey to practice with his father in his home community of Pennington and the greater central New Jersey region. He finished his post-graduate Certification in Chiropractic Pediatrics with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice. He is also a member of the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors and the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations.
When not practicing, he enjoys many outdoor activities, including running, hiking, rock climbing and kayaking. He lives in Hopewell with his wife Christie and son Cayleb.
“One of my favorite things about practicing in our area is that we have an amazing opportunity to create a complete, sustainable healthcare system. With all of the health and education resources available, and the commitment of local businesses and professionals, we can not only create better health outcomes, but we can build a healthier generation to go out and make a difference in the world. I am proud to be able to serve people in meeting their immediate health needs and designing programs to help people achieve a greater life-long health.”