Adam Tedder, D.C. | Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic
Upper Cervical Care | Pediatrics | Perinatal Care
For almost 20 years, Dr. Adam Tedder has enjoyed the benefits of Chiropractic care, after being introduced to the Principled Chiropractic at the age of 15. However, it was not until being introduced to the amazing power of Upper Cervical Chiropractic, did he want to become a Chiropractor himself. Returning to complete his education in 2006, Dr. Tedder has not looked back since.
Dr. Adam completed his undergraduate studies at Life University and graduated with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from the prestigious Sherman College of Chiropractic in 2010. Dr. Tedder has studied under the top Upper Cervical doctors in the world, and has trained with the KCUCS (Knee Chest Upper Cervical) program, The Knee Chest Society, The Upper Cervical Academy, KALE Seminars and now is a lead instructor with the Upper Cervical Revolution. Dr. Tedder is also a Senior Advisor for CAPPA, Intl., which is the world’s leader in birth professional training and certification.
Dr. Tedder regularly attends continuing education courses focusing on biomechanics, neurology and adjusting of the upper cervical spine, pediatrics, practice management, and much more. He has traveled to Dominican Republic and San Quentin Prison for Chiropractic mission trips with Upper Cervical Chiropractic organizations and was able to share this vital health care profession with communities that would otherwise have no resources or access to quality Upper Cervical Care.
"My mission is to restore the health of and help the members of our community reach their naturally given health potential by helping them raise healthy families through specific Chiropractic."
Dr. Adam currently runs a family-focused practice in Johns Creek, GA. He currently teaches with the Upper Cervical Revolution team certifying doctors all over the country the upper cervical specific technique, speaks at different health conferences around the country, and participates in annual mission trips to serve those less fortunate.