Dr. Scott W. Walker, B.A., D.C.
Scott W. Walker was born in Toms River, New Jersey on March 19, 1967. He graduated from Brick Township High School in 1985. In high school, Scott was a very accomplished student athlete. He lettered in football, basketball, and track. In football he earned the Defensive Most Valuable Player, was the starting outside linebacker of a State Championship Football Team, and was elected by his peers to be the captain of the All-Shore All-Star Classic Football Game. A neck injury during his football career was his first experience with chiropractic. He was so impressed with the results, that Scott became inspired to become a doctor who could help the body heal naturally and do for others what chiropractic did for him.
Scott graduated from La Salle University of Philadelphia, P.A. in 1989 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. After graduation he attended the founding school of chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He graduated in June of 1993 as the Class Salutatorian with a 3.99 GPA. In addition, he was elected to the “Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities & Colleges.” He is a member of the International Chiropractic Honor Society and a Presidential Scholar. Dr. Walker was also awarded the honor of Scholastic All-American by the United States Achievement Academy. While at Palmer College, Dr. Scott also received his greatest blessing when he met his future bride and partner in life, Dr. Gail. Upon graduation they were married and immediately founded Walker Chiropractic Associates. The clinic opened its doors in September of 1993 and is still at the same location in Chalfont, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Scott became certified in rehabilitation and has completed a year long course in wellness offered by the International Chiropractic Association. Dr. Walker is also very active in the local community as a member of the Chalfont Lions Club. Dr. Scott has also been awarded the status of “Top Flight Doctor” by Integrity Doctors which recognizes outstanding professional and business accomplishments. Dr. Walker enjoys helping other doctors become more successful in both their professional and personal lives, which is a requirement of all “Top Flight” doctors.
Dr. Scott lives with his beautiful wife Dr. Gail in Furlong, PA. He is the father to 4 wonderful children, Scott Jr., Alissa (Ali), Shannon, and Amelia (Mia). He enjoys supporting them in all their activities and helping them to stay healthy with chiropractic and wellness care.
Dr. Gail G. Walker, B.S., D.C.
Gail Graham Walker was born in Holland, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1966. She graduated from Archbishop Wood High School in 1984. In high school, Dr. Gail actively participated in sports. She received All-Catholic honors in track and field and in 2003 was inducted into the Arch Bishop Wood Hall of Fame. Gail was always an incredibly caring individual. After having a positive experience helping to care for ailing nuns at Immaculata College she decided to dedicate her life to being a doctor.
Gail did her undergraduate work at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. She graduated in 1988 with Magna Cum Laude honors and a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Liberal Studies. Dr. Gail completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 1992. She graduated with Cum Laude honors and as a Presidential Scholar.
Dr. Gail loved growing up in Bucks County and wanted to return home to live and practice, so she began practicing in Jamison, Pennsylvania. She then opened Walker Chiropractic Associates in 1993 with her husband and life partner Dr. Scott W. Walker.
Dr. Walker is very involved in her church as a PREP Teacher. She is most proud of her role as a mother and teaching her children to have strong family values. One of her missions in life is to help other families learn about the tremendous benefits of living the natural chiropractic lifestyle. Dr. Gail was also recognized as a “Top Flight Doctor” by Integrity Doctors. She loves giving back to the profession by helping other female doctors learn how to balance the stress associated with running their own practice while also raising strong families.