An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Dr. Randall Adamson hails from Grand Prairie, TX, a suburb of Dallas. As a young man, he was always very active in sports, and he played on the South Grand Prairie High School varsity basketball team. During his junior year, however, he injured his back. The team trainer told him that he had a sprain/strain injury and that it would "go away shortly." Dr. Adamson spent the rest of the season wearing a back brace, receiving treatment from the trainer, and taking pain medication. About a month after the season ended, his back condition was not improving, and he was told that he would most likely need back surgery to be able to play his senior year.
He immediately found his way to a chiropractor. After an exam to see whether the problem was a chiropractic one, x-rays were taken and he received an adjustment. Two weeks later he was playing basketball again, pain free. Through maintenance care at various chiropractors, Dr. Adamson continues to live an active lifestyle without ever having to go under the knife.
Upon graduation from high school, Dr. Adamson left Texas for Provo, UT, where he began school at BYU with an academic scholarship. Dr. Adamson graduated from BYU with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. Also during his time there he met his wife, Amber, and during his final semester they had their first child, Kylie. Throughout his undergraduate studies he was leaning toward attending chiropractic school. However, it was his conversations with his uncle, a chiropractor in New Mexico, that the idea really cemented itself.
Next, Dr. Adamson attended Life University in Marietta, GA. As he continued to learn more and more about chiropractic, he became particularly interested in Full-Spine, Thompson, and Activator techniques, all of which he now incorporates into his practice. He was also able to quickly finish his clinic requirements because of his bilingual patient base (Dr. Adamson is fluent in Spanish) and because of his sincere care for his patients' well-being. He graduated magna cum laude from Life University, and he and Amber were also blessed with their second child, Jake.
Since moving to Holly Springs, Dr. Adamson and Amber were blessed with a second daughter, Quinn. Dr. Adamson, Amber and their children love the community atmosphere, and they also enjoy all the new friends that they have met. Dr. Adamson could not be happier in his practice. He enjoys chiropractic even more than he could have imagined.
Bringham Young University, Provo UT
Bachelor of Science, Zoology
Life University, Marietta GA
Doctorate of Chiropractic
Come visit Dr. Adamson, and see why so many people come from Holly Springs, Apex, Garner, Raleigh, and further to receive their chiropractic care.