Success Stories

Congratulations Dr. Tuck!

In exciting news, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) recently re-elected Dr. Ray Tuck as chairman and governor of its Board of Governors (BOG). The re-election occurred in March during ACA’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Dr. Tuck has been a member of ACA leadership since 2007. He was elected to the ACA BOG in 2013 as the District 3 Governor of the Board and was elected to serve as Chairman of the Board in 2016. In addition his role on the Board, he is a member of the Investment Committee and the Council on Pediatrics. The American Chiropractic Association is

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Dr. Rathmann – A Strong Community Leader

We were recently honored to learn one of our very own was nominated for a regional leadership award though the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Jen Rathmann, who serves in our Blacksburg Clinic, was nominated for the award of Accomplished Business Woman of the Year. While Dr. Rathmann would be the last person to make a big deal of such recognition, we know how important it is to celebrate the incredible leader that she is. Dr. Rathmann is one of those leaders who makes time not excuses. Like most of us, she is busy keeping up with the day-to-day demands of

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Serving and Leading with Chiropractic | Dr. Anthony Hamm

It all began when he was a young child. Dr. Anthony “Tony” Hamm witnessed his stepfather eliminate pain for countless patients with chiropractic and this type of healthcare was captivating to him. He specifically recalls that as he grew, he realized how much he, “liked the fact that it was drug-free and effective.” Beyond that, Dr. Hamm noted, “There also seemed to be a great deal of patient satisfaction.” His path forward in life was clear; he was going to follow in his stepfather’s footsteps and become a chiropractor. When Dr. Hamm was in high school, he began planning the best

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Chiropractic Restored Charity's Childhood Joy

In so many ways, Charity is just like every other 11-year-old girl. Bright, happy and full of joy. However, this past year was a challenging and trying year for Charity and her family. She went from being one of the most athletic kids in her class to becoming increasingly limited by hip pain, to include her hip popping out of place.  Through chiropractic care, and working with Dr. Matthis, she is now back to being her bright self, embracing life. The road that led Charity to chiropractic care wasn’t an easy one, but it was one that ultimately led to

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A Story from a First Time Patient

We love sharing our patient’s success stories! In this unique situation we were able to ask Caitlyn, a member of our marketing team, to detail her experience getting her first chiropractic adjustment. Enjoy hearing, in her own words, what it was like start to finish. I never thought I would seek out chiropractic care. While I’ve never doubted its effectiveness I’ve always had nervousness about what it would actually be like to receive an adjustment. Over the last 18 months I’ve been lucky to be part of the Tuck Chiropractic marketing team, so I’ve heard first-hand from a wide variety

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Welcoming 2017 with Big News!

We are kicking off 2017 with a big and exciting announcement. As of January 2nd, we will have a new office open to serve the Bonsack, Botetourt, Northeast Roanoke and Vinton Communities. We are constantly striving for ways to improve accessibility and better serve you, our patients and know that convenient clinic locations are a key aspect of this. You can find our new office at: Tuck Chiropractic-Botetourt 60 Summerfield Court Roanoke, VA 24019 Our Vinton office and patients will also transition to this office, effective January 2nd. Exciting moves like this would not be possible without our supportive patients and community.

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Reflections on 2016 with Dr. Ray Tuck

As we reach the conclusion of 2016 and are already looking excitedly towards 2017. It seemed only fitting that we take the time to sit down with Dr. Ray Tuck and learn about the best parts of 2016 and the great things in store for 2017. In a professional capacity, Dr. Tuck was honored with many new leadership roles that speak volumes about him as a professional and thought leader within healthcare. In February, he was elected chairman of the board for the American Chiropractic Association. Then in October, he was elected secretary of the Virginia Board of Medicine. However, what

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Overcoming Chronic Back Pain: Joyce's Story

It was 16 years ago and Joyce was crippled by pain. She said, “My back pain was so bad I was unable to straighten up.” Joyce wanted the pain to go away but felt like she didn’t have any options. She is allergic to prescription pain medications and can’t take most over the counter drugs because she donated one of her kidneys. Her husband suggested (and insisted) she see Dr. Jennifer Rathmann, at our Blacksburg clinic. During that visit, Joyce experienced tremendous relief and realized that chiropractic care manages her chronic back pain in ways medication can’t. Chiropractic has been

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One Veteran's Experience with Chiropractic

At Tuck Chiropractic Clinic, we see a lot of veterans and are appreciative of any opportunity we have to support those who serve in the military. One patient we have been privileged to care for is Joe, a man who made a career out of serving our country in the United States Army. Joe can’t tell you exactly why he decided to join the army. He just knows that one day, on his way to a college class; he quickly pulled off the road and into the parking lot of an army recruiter’s office. It was there he made it

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Supporting Those Who Serve Our Community

Serving others is often accompanied by sacrifice. For those that feel a true calling, the sacrifice is outweighed by their passion for what they do. This can be said of Greg, a local Fireman and EMT, he has been a first responder for 27 years. Greg began his career as a firefighter working in a volunteer capacity with Bedford Fire Department. He had a full time job with a printing company, working 5 days a week on swing shift. In his free time you could find him at the firehouse, serving the community. He persistently applied to full time positions

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