Randy B. Maxwell, D.C.
Hi, I'm Dr. Randy B. Maxwell. Originally from Buchanan County Virginia my wife Michelle and I made our home in Princeton, WV beginning in 2006. I achieved an associates degree from Southwest Virginia Community College in 1990 and finished a Bachelor's of Science degree in biology in 1993 from Radford University. I was employed by American Electric Power as an environmental chemist for three years and was in construction management for five years before pursuing a career in chiropractic. During my employment with AEP, I met my wife Michelle and together we have decided that it would be in our best interest to have a more secure future for our family than what the power company could promise. I had been a chiropractic patient beginning as a teenager seeking help with athletic injuries, colds and every other mishap in my young life. I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, graduating in February 2006 and began practice with Willis Chiropractic of Princeton in March. Michelle and I purchased Willis Chiropractic in September 2012 and expanded to a family wellness practice. I have two sons, Trenton and Trey and enjoy spending time with my family fishing, hunting, shooting and having nerf gun battles. I enjoy cars and carpentry and being a husband and dad that is a chiropractor.
Christopher R. Brown, D.C.
Dr. Chris Brown has lived and practiced in Tazewell since 1998. He resides in Tazewell with his wife, Melissa and three daughters, Elizabeth, Audrey and Sophia. He received his undergraduate degree from Westfield State College and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. He loves what he does because he gets to witness miracles on a daily basis. His mission is to help as many people in his lifetime as possible – especially children!
Amanda Caudle, B.S.
Hi, I am Amanda Caudle; I grew up in Frederick, Maryland. I graduated from Governor Thomas Johnson High School in 2009 where I ran varsity Cross Country, Indoor, and Outdoor Track and Field all four years. I was also active in my church youth group and served on two one week Appalachian Service Project trips to help families in need. After I graduated I moved to the mountains and attended East Tennessee State University where I had the amazing opportunity to run Cross County, Indoor & Outdoor Track and Field. In 2013 I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree and later moved to the big city of Charlotte, NC. While living in Charlotte, I traveled to Guatemala as part of a mission team helping a local school for children in need. This week-long experience gave me a renewed appreciation for how blessed I am and really put things in perspective for me. After a little over a year I found myself packing up and moving back to this area that I now call home. My whole life I have had a passion for leading a healthy lifestyle which is why I love being a part of a mission that encourages families to live a healthier life. I’ve learned the value of hard work and look forward to helping other achieve their health goals here at Chiropractic First! In my spare time I enjoy running, hiking, kayaking, road trips, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.