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Meet the Staff

Our Staff

At Ft. Campbell Chiropractic we recognize that your choice of a physician is driven by both the doctor's competency and personality.  You need a chiropractor who is experienced, understanding and supportive. You receive this caring attitude from all of the staff at Ft. Campbell Chiropractic every day. Our staff works together as a team to be sure that we are responsive to your needs and to keep you informed about your health issues. We look forward to getting to know you!

  • Dr. John Y. Curtis

    As a native of Clarksville, TN, Dr. Curtis is proud to return home and serve the Clarksville/ Ft.Campbell communities.  Dr. Curtis attended Austin Peay State University and the prestigious LIFE University in Marietta, GA where he received his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C) degrees. Dr. Curtis had the opportunity to train as a part of LIFE University’s PEAK program for two years where he dealt with many complicated cases including those involving co-management with other health care providers. He will soon be attending the San Diego Spine Research Institute to receive post-graduate certification in Whiplash Injury Biomechanics and Traumatology.

    Dr. Curtis is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a member of the Life University Alumni Association and an active member of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association.

  • Dr. James D. Davis

    Upon graduating from the prestigious LIFE University, Dr. Davis worked as Staff Doctor at Southside Medical and Chiropractic, a multidisciplinary office in Stockbridge, GA, where he learned the importance of communicating and interacting with other  health care providers.Dr. Davis was also an Associate Doctor at Tuggle Chiropractic Clinic in Cullman, AL. When Dr. Davis moved to the Clarksville, TN area, he decided to open his very own chiropractic clinic, United Chiropractic. Dr. Davis has been proudly serving the Clarksville community for over 25 years and is currently the primary owner of three highly successful practices in the Middle Tennessee area.

    Dr. Davis is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is past treasurer for the Tennessee Chiropractic Association. Dr. Davis is also an active member the Tennessee Chiropractic Association, Alabama Chiropractic Association, Georgia Chiropractic Association, and American Chiropractic Association. He has post-graduate education in Physiological Therapeutics, Erhardt Clinical Radiological Studies, Applied Kinesiology, and Applied Spinal Disability Evaluation, Dr. Davis maintains current licensure status with the licensing boards of the states of Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.

  • Brittany
    Office Manager

    Bio Coming Soon..

  • Amanda
    Chiropractic Therapy Assistant

    Bio Coming Soon...

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Wow!!! My experience with Dr. Curtis and staff was more than what I expected.. The customer service was very professional and they made me feel comfortable... I would recommend all my friends and family. Thanks for the adjustment I feel great..... Thank you all for your help.........."
    Robert P., CLARKSVILLE, TN

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