Carthage Family Chiropractic Celebrates New Location

On March 23, 2018, the Smith County Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Carthage Family Chiropractic, LLC at their new location of 906 Main Street North in Carthage. Dr. Melanie Cripps is the solo practitioner and owner. ​As a Division 1 college softball player, Dr. Cripps’s life was changed by chiropractic. Suffering from daily headaches, shoulder pain, muscle strains and more, she sought the help of a chiropractor. Chiropractic helped Dr. Cripps and allowed her to complete her years of NCAA competition without the use of drugs or surgery. She decided to devote her career to helping others naturally. She graduated from Life University in Marietta, Georgia and moved to Carthage to pursue her passion for chiropractic care.  Dr. Cripps treats a variety of conditions for babies, children, teenagers, adults, athletes, and retirees. In addition to Chiropractic, Dr. Cripps implements the use of soft tissue treatment, therapeutic exercise, ​and nutrition. ​​ She is certified in the Graston Technique and ​Functional Movement Systems​. Dr. Cripps is a current member of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association and a board member of the Smith County Chamber of Commerce. 

Attending the Ribbon Cutting were Anna Cripps, Karen Matthews, Tyra Mise, Addie Cripps, Javin Cripps, Dr. Melanie Cripps, Miguel and Maggie Cruz, Gladys Irizarry, Bill Woodard -Smith County Chamber of Commerce, Erica Poindexter- Cumberland Athletic Club, Carthage Mayor Donnie Dennis, Seth Dillehay -J.M. Insurance Agency, Jerry Claiborne-Sanderson Funeral Home, Diane Skelton -Smith County Bank, Lee Brenk -Duncan, Wheeler & Wilkerson PC CPAs, Karen Hackett – Smith County Bank, Smith County Mayor Michael Nesbitt, Pat Nixon- Smith County Bank, Jacky Carver, Jr. –Sanderson Funeral Home.

 

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