HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER, M.ED, LAT, ATC
Ray Stanquist enters his second year as Head Athletic Trainer for Gulf Coast State College.
Ray brings 20 years of sports medicine experience to the position. He previously served as Gulf Coast Athletic Trainer from 2003-2006. Ray spent 17 years as the Athletic Trainer for Rutherford High School in Panama City. Along with being an Athletic Trainer Ray served as both a Science Teacher and Administrator in Bay District Schools for 14 years.
Ray holds a Bachelor's of Science in Sports Medicine and a Master in Education Leadership from the University of West Florida.
Phone: 850.769.1551 ext. 3369
Dr. Mark White
Born and raised in New York, Dr. White graduated from the State University of New York at New Paltz with a Bachelor of Science.
He then attended graduate school at the City University of New York at Queens College, where he earned his Master's degree.
Dr. White moved to Marietta, Georgia to attend Life Chiropractic College and was awarded his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1988. While attending Life Chiropractic College, Dr. White was elected Senior Class President, Vice President of the Student Government Association, and served as Editor of the campus newspaper "Life Force."
Upon graduation, Dr. White associated with Dr. Joe Teal in Dallas, Georgia for one year, then moved to Panama City Beach.
Since 2004, Dr. White has served as Team Chiropractor for the Gulf Coast State College Commodores. Chiropractic care reduces recovery time from injuries and allows athletes to improve their performance on the court or field of play.
Having trained in many different methods of chiropractic adjusting, the techniques Dr. White most frequently employs are Diversified Full Spine, Gonstead, Palmer Method, Thompson Drop Table and Activator. Since everyone is different, Dr. White will use the technique that works best for you.
Dr. White is a member of The American Chiropractic Association and The Florida Chiropractic Association.