Dr. Tate Gentile, DC, CACCP, is an upper cervical focused, pediatric and family chiropractor, serving the Big Island of Hawaii.
His undergrad in Exercise and Sports Science was completed at Oregon State University, where he played soccer for the Beavers. He then graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in 2007 where during his last trimester of school he had the opportunity to pioneer a clinic with the Costa Rican Olympic Committee. Upon graduation, he moved to Fort Collins, CO where he owned and operated his wellness based practice for 8 years. After selling his thriving family practice, he joined the faculty at Sherman College of Chiropractic as an Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, from 2015-2019. During this time, he taught a variety of technique and analysis classes, developed an elective titled “Neurofunctional Assessments,” as well as published research. He was honored to be chosen as the commencement speaker and charge speaker during his time at Sherman.
Dr. Tate earned his certification through the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics in 2018, which is recognized by the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice and the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He also has extensive post-doctoral Upper Cervical Specific training through the Knee Chest Society.
Dr. Tate practices on the Big Island of Hawaii with his wife, in which they own and operate Atlas Specific Spine Center, a family practice with an upper cervical focus. In his free time, you can find him enjoying the outdoors, camping, fishing, working in the garden, and coaching Crossfit.