Dr. Stephen Babuin completed his undergraduate studies in Human Physiology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver B.C. He was then accepted to Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in San Jose, CA. There he chaired the Student Sports Chiropractic Council helping with sporting events all around the Bay Area. He worked with the professional sports teams there and became well versed in evaluating and treating athletic injuries. He graduated cum laude from the doctorate program and was inducted into the Chiropractic Honors Society. After graduation he returned home to the Pacific Northwest to set up practice. In October of 2000, he opened Whole Health Chiropractic Center in Issaquah where he now lives. Dr. Babuin focuses on wellness, allowing the body to heal naturally through the spine and nervous system. When away from work, Dr. Babuin enjoys golfing, boating, exercising and spending time with his family.
Dr. David Choe was raised in Southern California, where he attended Cal Poly Pomona to pursue studies in Sports Medicine, graduating in 1995. He then worked as the Athletic Trainer for Claremont Colleges and San Dimas High School. He moved to San Jose to pursue his education and his dream of becoming a Chiropractor at Palmer College of Chiropractic West. While attending Palmer he was closely involved with the Student Sports Chiropractic Council, instructing students how to treat athletic injuries. After graduating, he interned for the Team Chiropractor of the San Francisco 49ers and Giants to gain valuable experience with elite athletes. After the internship he moved to practice in the Pacific Northwest where he now calls home. He opened his business with Dr. Babuin in 2000 and has loved every minute of it. Dr. Choe strives to offer the public a more natural way to a healthy lifestyle through chiropractic, exercise and nutritional advice. When he's not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.