Dr. Amy Rudder

About Me:

I am a native of Decherd, Tennessee. After graduating from Franklin County High School and being a part of the band, I continued on to the University of Alabama where I graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. I later went back to school at Troy University where I earned my Master’s degree in Foundations of Education. I enjoyed eight years in the elementary school classroom teaching general music. While working as a teacher, I decided to get my massage therapy license and began working for a Chiropractor in the afternoons. After seeing first hand the improvement of patients under chiropractic care and with the encouragement of my mentor, Dr. Ed Smith, I decided to change careers and enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. I graduated in 2003 as a Presidential Scholar and received the Clinical Excellence Award. I moved back to Franklin County after working in Georgia for a few years and decided to start my own practice here on October 1, 2008. I practice using full spine techniques including Activator, Thompson, and Diversified and use the Blair and Orthospinology Technique’s for a specific analysis of the upper cervical spine. I now reside in Broadview with my husband Craig, daughter Shaynee and a beautiful herd of cattle! In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family, being on the farm, and being outdoors.