(270) 904-4111
1600 Scottsville Rd, Suite 202
Bowling Green, KY 42103


Dr. Jeremy C. McWhorter

Dr. Jeremy was born and raised in Bowling Green, KY.  He played soccer for Greenwood High School and graduated from Greenwood in 2001.  Following graduation, Dr. Jeremy moved to Lexington, KY to attend the University Of Kentucky.  While pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, he took all of his science courses to fulfill his prerequisites for chiropractic college.  In December of 2005, Dr. Jeremy graduated from the University of Kentucky.  He then moved to Chesterfield, MO just outside of St. Louis to attend chiropractic college at Logan University.  While in school, Dr. Jeremy participated in many internships.  These internships included :  the Logan College Student Health Clinic, Biofreeze Rehabilitation Clinic, Southroads Outpatient Clinic, and the Jefferson Barracks VA Medical Center.  Dr. Jeremy also participated in many seminars to expand his education and increase his ability to help more patients.  These seminars included:  Central Institute for Human Performance (CIHP) Musculoskeletal Pain in Pregnancy, CIHP Reflex Stimulation with Pavel Kolar, Motion Palpation Institute (MPI) Functional Assessment, MPI Extremity Adjusting and Rehab, and MPI Full Spine Adjusting and Rehab.  Dr. Jeremy also learn multiple techniques to enable him to help more patients.  These techniques included:  Graston Soft Tissue Technique Module 1, Diversified Technique, Basic Technique, Cox Flexion-Distraction Technique, and Thompson Technique.  In April 2009, Dr. Jeremy graduated Magna Cum Laude and second in his class from Logan University.  He and his wife Heather (also a Bowling Green native) moved back to Bowling Green where Dr. Jeremy opened his chiropractic practice. 

Dr. Jeremy loves working with children and the elderly, which are both very rewarding.  He also really enjoys caring for athletes since an athletic injury is what got Dr. Jeremy into chiropractic.  Another area that Dr. Jeremy enjoys focusing is on care for expectant mothers.