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Dr. Brock Martin of Huntingdon is the new president of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association. The Association, headquartered in Nashville, adheres to its mission of protecting and promoting the …
Dr. Brock Martin of Huntingdon is the new president of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association. The Association, headquartered in Nashville, adheres to its mission of protecting and promoting the practice of chiropractic. The association represents a unified voice for the more than 1,300 practicing doctors of chiropractic in Tennessee.
Dr. Martin’s term runs two years, during which he will serve as spokesperson and chief elected officer along with the association’s Executive Director Tiffany Stevens. The president’s duties include preparing agendas and reports for the Executive Committee and Board of Directors, appointment, meetings, reports of committee and task force chairs; overseeing and managing the associations multimillion-dollar budget and creating a vision and initiatives legislatively to address each year with the General Assembly.
Tiffany Stevens said “Dr. Martin has a passion for serving others that is evident in his leadership style. He has a unique ability of bringing people together around a common mission and this feature will help propel our association into the new decade. Our association will excel under his leadership.”
Dr. Brock and his wife, Dr. Krista Martin own Southern Chiropractic and Acupuncture on the Court Square in Huntingdon. They have been active members of this community since 2012. They have a three-year-old son, Steele.
Dr. Brock is a native of Benton County and a graduate of Bethel University, where he serves on the Board of Trustees.