Dr. Jennifer Eames grew up in Marion and attended the University of North Carolina on that school’s prestigious Morehead Scholarship, the highest academic grant offered by that university. While at UNC, she was a member of four NCAA championship teams in women's soccer and became involved in team handball, eventually competing on the US national team in that sport. She then received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree with highest honors, as the top clinician in her class from Sherman College of Chiropractic in South Carolina. She also received the schools distinguished service award, which is only given on the occasions that a graduating student has "exceptional contribution to the school and her field." She is also a published researcher, and has presented her theory on the role of the nervous system and proper joint function in maximally coordinated movement at a national chiropractic research conference. She has served on the board of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society.
Dr. Eames is certified in the Webster Technique by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and is a member of both that organization and the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society. She uses many different chiropractic techniques depending on the needs of the individual patient. Those include Diversified, Toggle-Recoil, Gonstead, Activator Methods, SOT, Thompson, Logan Basic, Chiropractic Biophysics, Flexion/Distraction, and extremity adjusting.
Outside the office, she enjoys travelling and has lived throughout the US as well as in Australia and Norway. She is the proud mother of her sons Grayson and Beckham.