A Kenyan making a difference in Seattle,Washington


Dr Ndirangu is the Owner and Clinical Director of Goshen Chiropractic Wellness Center in Federal Way, Washington State. She has been a licenced Chiropractor in Washighton since January 2009. She is also working on a Diplomate Degree in Neurology and Nutrition.

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Chiropractic is a non-invasive profession that relies on the body’s natural ability to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery, while acknowledging there are situations where this may be ultimately necessary. The human body possesses a natural ability to restore itself, this ability then depends on a healthy nervous system. Doctors of Chiropractic are specially trained in the evaluation and treatment of spinal conditions, which is why an increasing number of back pain sufferers are turning to them for fast, effective and reliable care. They are also trained to recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises, health promotion, ergonomics, nutritional and lifestyle counseling. If the doctor determines your health concerns cannot be addressed completely within the clinic, we have an excellent referral system to CT-scan or MRI scan facilities and medical specialists.     Benefits of Chiropractic Care   •Decreased arthritis and pain in joints that have arthritis.   •Reduction of pain in the back, legs, feet and knees through the relief of spinal pressure. •Less stiffness in the areas that are treated. •Less muscle spasms throughout the affected region. •Improved range of motion.   The rewards of chiropractic care are numerous. People under chiropractic care report better health and well-being. Many families have also realized the benefits of chiropractic care for their children.


About Dr Grace Ndirangu

Dr. Ndirangu grew up in Nairobi, Kenya and relocated to the United States in 1999 for further studies. She began her college education at Butler county Community college in El Dorado, Kansas where she received her Associate of Science degree.  She graduated from Butler with cum laude honors. Afterwards she went to Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas where she received her Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology currently Clinical Laboratory Science. She graduated Wichita state with Magna cum laude honors. Dr Ndirangu then moved to Kansas City to work for Quest Diagnostics. After suffering with stiff neck, she saw first-hand what chiropractic can do. She decided she wanted to become a chiropractor. She received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Overland Park, Kansas, where she graduated with cum laude honors.  She utilizes Diversified, Activator, Thompson, SOT, COX flexion-distraction and integrative techniques in her practice. Dr Ndirangu is the Owner and Clinical Director of Goshen Chiropractic Wellness Center in Federal Way, Washington. She has been a licenced Chiropractor in Washighton state since January 2009. She is also working on a Diplomate Degree in Neurology and Nutrition. During her free time she likes to watch lifetime movies and the comedy show frasier, jogging at the park, volunteering at church and driving to scenic sites.  


  • Graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College, Overland Park-Kansas with Doctor of Chiropractic degree in August of 2008.
  • Graduate of Wichita State University, Wichita-Kansas with Bachelors of Science in Medical Technology December 2004.
  • Graduate of Butler County Community College, El Dorado-Kansas with Associate in Science May 2001.

  Memberships and Associations  

  • American Chiropractic Association.
  • American Society of Clinical Pathology.
  • American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science.
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America.

For more information please visit www.goshenchiropracticwc.com



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  1. Madaraka Paul Mwithaga says

    Congratulations Madam ! Doing us proud as a Kenyan people ! Keep up with the Great work .

  2. Symon Peter Maringa says

    Hongera Daktari, endelea vivyo hivyo. Wewe ni mmoja baina ya waKenya tunaojifunia kwa maana kazi unayoifanya ni mojawapo katika taaluma tunazo hitaji kule Jamhuri. Hili ni funzo mwafaka kama lingefuzwa katika vyuo vikuu na hata vile vya mafuzo ya afya hasa katika utoaji wa kazi za kujitegemea kwa vijana. Ni matumaini yangu kuwa, wanao soma jalada hili watapata changamoto ya swala ibuka.

  3. irene ngigi says

    Wow this is owesome soo proud of you…i like.God bless you dear.

  4. Joan Kimani says

    Grace, first i would like to conglatulate you for this.I cant imagine you’ve come this far.Thanks for making a good name not only to yourself but also for the nation.This should be an example to all the Diasporas.Wish Gachegua and Mireri or even Kamwangi would see this.Conglats dear and keep up.

  5. Ike says

    I’m so proud of you. Not just me but also those who interact with you frequently. Your humbleness has reached the Seat of Throne, and therefore this elevation for His glory. May His grace be with you, Grace.

  6. Michelle Edmondson says

    Gracie! I’m so proud of you. Earnestine would be too :) LOL. She was so hard on us at Catholic Care.

  7. Danny M says

    congratulations daktari, you make us all proud..

  8. Mike says

    Ike is Mike Gich

  9. Gerald Baraza says

    Dr. Grace you are an inspiration to my daughters. They proudly look at you as their heroin. Congratulations!

  10. Dr Grace Ndirangu says

    Am truly thankful and honored! Your words of encouragement bless my soul. All Glory to God! I aspire to touch more lives as I continue to practice what am passionate about-Chiropractic. Thanks once again!
    “It is never too late to become what you might have been.”
    ~ George Eliot
    Believe you can and you’re half way there.”
    ~ Theodore Roosevelt

  11. Caroline Mureithi says

    Grace, am so proud of you as a former school mate. Thanks for encoraging us to reaching for greater things in life. You have done it and you make us proud! Congatulations!!!!

  12. Peninah Ndungu says

    all i can say is wow Grace…Just wow. You are exceptional and congratulations. May God bless you and bless the work of your hands

  13. Cathy Kiriba says

    Gracie, i’m so proud of you…. So very proud. You lift the name of our School & Country. May God continue to bless you as you touch many lives. You are an inspiration…

  14. Catherine Mwangi says

    Congrats Grammes. You have done us proud my friend.

  15. Suzie Muriuki says

    Ooooooooooh, congrats girl. You have inspired me to work harder!! It’s a wake up call.

  16. Dorcas Kirigo says

    Congratulations you are a real diplomat to your country and your people. We are all very proud of you. May we walk in your steps.

  17. kate says

    I am proud of Dr. Grace and may God bless you to heal even more! though i was wondering how come u started stating your education from kansas and yet you are Nairobi… i believe u had an education there – a formative for that matter! your education credits should count from Nairobi till now not just Kansas.

  18. esther nyathira says

    Congrats Grace,this is a real inspiration.am so proud of you and God bless you in much abundance.happy for you.

  19. esther nyathira says

    Congrats Grace,this is a real inspiration.am so proud of you and God bless you in much abundance.happy for you.

  20. Diaspora Messenger says

    Congrats Dr.Ndirangu

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