Stones River Chiropractic
We’re here to make your life better
Compassionate, professional chiropractic care for every age and every health need
Drs James and Kimberly are a dynamic duo when it comes to your family’s health and wellness care. They have one simple goal:
To make your life better.
That’s what most of our patients tell us. Why? Because unlike most chiropractic offices, our little office is much more than our equipment and technology. It’s about the lives we touch and how we care. It’s about the migraine sufferer who just went three weeks without a headache, The athlete who wants to excel or needs to heal before the next big event. The new mother whose baby isn’t nursing or sleeping.
Whether you’re looking to treat sports injuries, enhancing sports performance, back and neck pain, sciatic nerve pain, family wellness care, prenatal are, special needs care or simply enhancing overall health Drs. Dawes will provide exceptional service for you and your family.
Native to Canada, Dr James enjoys hockey, skiing (both water and snow), golf and running.
Dr James can conquer any chiropractic case with his swift hands and compassionate heart.
Dr Kimberly focuses her practice on children and expecting mothers.
From right here in Tennessee, Dr Kimberly enjoys baseball, photography, kayaking and relaxing outdoors.
Amie keeps the office flowing and the doctors on their toes.
A true Tennessean, even naming her daughter Iris, after the TN state flower.
Bethany is the first friendly face you’ll meet when you enter our office.
Growing up right here in Murfreesboro, we are lucky to welcome this recent grad from MTSU.
Bryson is our fantastic massage therapist. Everyone can tell he loves what he does and he does it well.
A true Southerner hailing from Mississippi, but has made his home in Middle TN.
When you call, Bethany will be the friendly voice you hear. Although, don’t be surprised if Amie answers. If for some reason Dr James answers, kindly remind him that, at the request of Dr Kimberly and Amie, he is not to answer any calls.
The preservation of health is easier than the cure of disease.