Dr. Corey Idrogo, D.C.
Dr. Idrogo uses cutting-edge techniques including chiropractic adjustments, mirror image spinal remodeling, functional rehabilitation, and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization to get his patients to optimal health and wellness.
Dr. Idrogo grew up in southwestern Pennsylvania where he was a multi-sport athlete although he excelled at amateur wrestling. He was recruited to wrestle at Slippery Rock University, however, he left school after a year to enlist in the Army. He elevated quickly through the ranks to the position of Sergeant in the infantry and had been deployed twice into combat during his career. Following his military career, he moved home to attend the University of Pittsburgh. It was while he was going to school that an injury that he sustained while in the military to his lower back started to affect his ability to exercise and stay active. He would have pain and spasms that would travel into his buttocks making it hard to sleep, move and also caused some digestive problems. He went to a close friend for help who happened to be a chiropractor and without the use of drugs or surgery, was able to live a normal life without pain or symptoms. It was through his friend’s mentoring and stories of great miracles of chiropractic that he packed up all his belongs to move to Iowa to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Dr. Idrogo completed his education at Palmer College where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Science and a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Idrogo has received post-graduate training and certification in structural (postural) analysis and correction (Chiropractic Biophysics), low back pain diagnosis and treatment, advanced soft tissue (muscular) treatments and Functional Movements of the body (Selective Functional Movement Assessment).
Dr. Corey moved to the Chattanooga, TN area to be closer to his family after practicing in downtown Chicago at a multi-disciplinary practice with medical doctors, nurses & acupuncturists. He is accompanied by his wife, Brooke Idrogo, their English Bulldog Nucky, and their rescued French Bulldog Vinny. Dr. Corey’s hobbies include fishing, hiking, and functional exercise.
Dr. Suzanne Hornsby, FNP-C
I went to Baylor for high school, so I feel like a Chattanooga girl even though I actually grew up on a dairy farm in Decatur, TN. Growing up on the farm taught me the value of hard work, and gave me a special appreciation for getting away from the city life pace every now and then. My dad and grandparents still live on the farm, but my mom and brothers are now living down here in Chattanooga, so I can truly say Chattanooga feels like home. My main hobby/passion is CrossFit. I have seen CrossFit change lives; getting patients off antidepressants, anxiolytics, antihypertensives, and even Diabetes and ADHD medications. It provides an outlet like none other. I can’t wait to work with Dr. Idrogo here at Centered Health and Wellness, to not only provide patients with pain/symptom relief, but also health prevention activities that can improve overall quality of life for many years to come.
Hi, my name is Jennifer Davis. I am the new friendly face you will see as soon as you walk in. I am from Maryville, Tn but I have lived in Chattanooga for almost 5 years. I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and being outside. I am currently in school for medical billing and coding. I also completed the certified medical assistant program back in September 2019. My goal is to become the office manager where I can do more things to help all of our patients. I am really looking forward to meeting all of you very soon.
John Fee, DC
Dr. John Fee is dedicated to providing the best Chiropractic care to the residents of the greater Chattanooga area. Dr. Fee uses various Chiropractic techniques to deliver the best results to patients.
Dr. Fee grew up in Grove City Pennsylvania where he was a multi-sport athlete, but his true passion was the game of basketball. Dr. Fee had the unique opportunity to play high school basketball for his father and alongside his brother. Although basketball was his passion, injuries seemed to always be a part of his career. He went on to further his education at Slippery Rock University, which allowed him to stay close to home. Despite the injuries Dr. Fee went through he wanted to stay close to the game through intramurals at SRU. He knew he missed the game of basketball was presented the opportunity to coach high school basketball at George Junior Republic, a nearby high school for boys. It was during this time that he went to his first Chiropractic appointment after his father suggested going. This appointment to the Chiropractor changed how Dr. Fee saw the body and how he realized that previous injuries could have been prevented through Chiropractic care.
He didn’t want any other individual to go through the same injuries that he went through and wanted to help anyone he could. After college, Dr. Fee moved to Baltimore Maryland where he spent 5 years working in various manager and specialist roles within the safety and risk profession. Although Dr. Fee enjoyed helping employees’ he knew it wasn’t where his true passion lied. He decided to make a career change and through the support of friends and family he packed up and moved to Port Orange Florida to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Fee graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange Florida where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Fee has post-graduate training in IASTM soft tissue, Dry Needling therapy and the Access approach.
Dr. Fee moved to Chattanooga to perform his preceptor requirement at Centered Health & Wellness. Since graduating, in March 2020 Dr. Fee has had the opportunity to continue his career at Centered. He resides in Chattanooga, TN. Dr. Fee’s hobbies include hiking, playing basketball and working out.
Gary K. Adams, MD
Born in the small town of Roanoke Alabama in 1953, Dr Adams grew up in Oxford Alabama. He graduated from Jacksonville State University with a BS in chemistry and biology.
After graduation, he worked for a pipeline company in Louisiana and attended LSU. He moved to Birmingham Alabama in 1977 where he met his future wife while attending the University of Alabama School of Dentistry.
Dr. Adams practiced dentistry in Decatur Alabama until 1986, when he attended the UAB School of Medicine, graduating in 1988. That was also the year he married. He and his wife both completed residency in Family Practice in Huntsville and practiced together for a number of years. They had two sons, one graduating from West Point, the other became a doctor of physical therapy.
Doctor Adams worked for The Center for Cancer Care for 13 years
He was the first Medical Director of Palliative Care at Huntsville Hospital and was the first doctor to work in the Observation Unit in the ER. In 2012, his wife was killed in a tragic car accident and his career took another turn.
In 2013, Dr. Adams began studying Regenerative Medicine and completed a fellowship in stem cell therapy with the Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and one with The South Florida Bone Marrow and Transplant Institute. His passion for providing cutting edge regenerative solutions for his patients is stronger than ever. “Joint and spine injections with acellular allografts and extra cellular vesicles are helping patients avoid surgery and improve their quality of life”.
Dr. Adams is participating in studies that look at the effects of extracellular vesicles on neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease as well as autism. He lives in Huntsville with his wife and a house full of dogs.