Dr. Brock Martin
Dr. Brock Martin graduated from Camden Central High School in 2003. He attended Bethel College from 2003-2006 where he was a member of the Men’s Basketball team. He completed his doctoral degree in 2010 from Logan College of Chiropractic. In 2018 he completed the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician program allowing him to join a group of less than 5% of his chiropractic peers with this certification.
Dr. Brock has been named the “2016 Rising Chiropractor of the Year” for the Tennessee Chiropractic Association as well as a “40 people under 40” award winner from the Jackson Sun. He is also a 2016 graduate of the WestStar Leadership Program from the University Tennessee at Martin and the Delta Leadership Institute’s Executive Academy. In 2016 he was appointed to the Board of Trustees for Bethel University.
Dr. Martin stays heavily involved within the local community and on a state level including serving the Huntingdon Industrial Board, the Carroll County United Way Board, and current President of the Huntingdon Lions Club. He serves on numerous committees in health care including the Carroll County Health Council, Chairman of the Opioid Task force for the Tennessee Chiropractic Association and member of the Government Relations Committee for them as well. He has Staff Privileges at Henry County Medical Center and is an Adjunct Professor for Logan University. Dr. Brock is the current President of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association which serves as the governing voice for the 2,100 physicians across the state.