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Dr. John Markham

I was an Engineering graduate of UNC-Charlotte and working as a Software Engineer when I realized I did not want to spend my life in a cubicle isolated from others. I went to a career counselor and he asked me if I had ever considered chiropractic and I said “No way. I want to do something respectable.” You see growing up in my hometown of Charleston, SC, chiropractors were considered quacks. I decided to go to Medical School. Then I decided to become a Psychologist. Then an interesting thing happened. I was reading some books written by Marcus Bach and I happened to read his book on Chiropractic. By the time I finished that book I was hearing the bells and seeing the flashing lights. This is what I was called to do. I have loved every minute I have been in this profession since I began studying in 1975. I was an honors graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1978.

Chiropractic Career

I have been in private practice continuously since then. I came to teach at Life University in 1985 and taught there for 10 years. I have also taught post-graduate courses for over 10 years to practicing chiropractors and have lectured all across the country. I have been a co-investigator and contributor to several research and professional journals and book publications. Recently I have been serving as a coach for up and coming chiropractors across the country to help them be the best they can be.

I live what I teach.

The word is getting out and the wise are deciding to pursue health and stop focusing exclusively on fighting disease. Are you interested in better health or better ability to enjoy your life?

I love telling people how to express better health and perform at higher levels of performance than they ever imagined – without drugs or surgery!

I have 9 wonderful children and 15 grandchildren who keep me motivated to continue teaching others how to lead healthy lifestyles.

I am really excited to be a part of this great team with Dr. Cris. Contact us today to schedule an Appointment!