Dr. Maurice Tucker
Dr. Tucker is a graduate of the University of Memphis. He earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic. He is a member of the Memphis Chamber, Business Network International, ICPA, ABCA and BBA. He is the recipient of the 2008 Outstanding New Business Award. He currently serves as the Official Chiropractor for the Memphis Redbirds.
Dr. Maurice Tucker, Optimal Health Chiropractic, seeks to promote optimal health and spread the healing power of chiropractic treatment to all ages.
We have carefully developed a staff that genuinely cares and listens to the patient. You will receive a complete and thorough consultation, health history, orthopedic and neurological exam, and x-rays if necessary. Then Dr. Tucker will give you an easy to understand report of those findings and a recommendation of care that will quickly and affordably allow you to resume your normal activities.
If you’re looking for a chiropractor with extensive training and experience in nutrition, wellness, healthy living, active rehabilitation, and the treatment of back and neck problems, call Dr. Tucker today to schedule an appointment. Don’t suffer needlessly.
Education – Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, TX, 2004-2007. Doctor of Chiropractic, National Board of Chiropractic Examination (NBCE), Passed (I, II, III, IV, and PT) Bachelor of Science, Anatomy Bachelor of Science, Health and Wellness University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, 1999-2003 Bachelor of Science, Microbiology Bachelor of Science, Biology Alabama Agriculture and Mechanical (A&M), Normal, AL, 1997-1999
Professional Experiences Student Leader, Parker College of Chiropractic, Student Senate, 2004-2007 Developed rules and bylaws to govern students experiences. Adjudicated student complaints. President, Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA), 2005-2006 Organized spinal screenings for community members in local churches and community centers Developed one on one tutoring opportunities with middle school students in Dallas public schools Prepared and delivered health talks on campuses, churches, and schools. Responsible for the organization and implementation of a regional spring seminar. Managed recruitment efforts aimed at exposing diverse populations to chiropractic care.
Legislative Representative, Parker College of Chiropractic, 2004 – Developed political platforms with students and administration at Parker College. Lobbied Texas state senators to pass and reject legislation that impacted the future of chiropractic health care Awards and Achievements Chiropractic licensure in the state of Tennessee, 2007 Professional Associations American Black Chiropractic Association, 2004-present Cresent Club Member Memphis Chamber Member Small Business Chamber Member BNI I.C.P.A. MEMBER
If you are looking for a Memphis chiropractor, call for a consultation today.
Michael Jackson, CHC
Please welcome Michael Jackson CHC, a former banker, who pursued a career in health and wellness after 25 years in business management. Jackson, a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, states, “I’m a recovering workaholic! My engine was overheated and it was about to blow! I needed to find balance in my life. It took a medical setback to slow me down enough to refocus and learn how to take better care of my mind and body. I made a complete lifestyle change. I set out to learn all that I could about how to take better care of myself and those around me. I became determined to spend the rest of my life educating myself and others about wellness matters from a natural and practical approach that could be applied in daily life, by everyone, therefore preventing many unnecessary illness such as obesity and heart disease.”
Now, as a certified health coach, Jackson shares ways in which clients can use food as medicine to improve their health. Jackson says, “Health is Wealth! Good nutrition, from the beginning of time has been the key ingredient to living well. Somehow we really got off track! By establishing good habits, we can play a necessary role in creating a healthier environment for those within our communities. Also, as we become healthier, we contribute to helping reduce hospital visits, relieving a bit of the pressure placed on our healthcare providers.”