The Doctor

Dr. Joshua Adams, D.C.Joshua Adams  DC  doctor of chiropractics

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Josh Adams, D.C. was born and raised in Kentucky. He originally moved to the area to attend undergrad at Arizona State University. After attending Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas he decided to return to Arizona to open My Momentum Chiropractic.

Voted Patients’ Choice winner for Tempe 2015 and one of Arizona’s Top 100 Chiropractors, Dr. Josh prides himself on quality care and customer service above all else. Not only can he help relieve his patients’ pain, his unique process including exercise and ligament traction helps him to truly reshape the spine. He treats every patient with the same care he’d give his own family and helps patients understand the root of the problem so they can better achieve long lasting results.

When he’s not busy reshaping spines, he enjoys playing basketball, golfing and cooking. He is passionate about helping other local businesses grow and by giving back to the community.

In Loving Memory of my Father

I owe my career in chiropractic to my late father, Joshua Adams Sr. I grew up watching my father in constant pain, wishing so badly there was something I could do to help. When he passed I made a promise to myself that I would do everything in my power to keep others from the same pain and suffering that took him from our family far too early.

My father herniated 2 discs in his low back as a football player in his early 20’s. Our family doctor gave him pain pills and muscle relaxers and recommended that he rest. Over the next 20 years I watched as his condition continued to worsen and his list of prescriptions continued to grow.

By the time I was born, he was on 17 different medications, weighed over 400 pounds and the discs in his low back had worn down to bone on bone. He continued to seek help to no avail. He was even denied spine surgery because of the liability risks.

We made the decision to have him go through gastric bypass surgery. We hoped that if he could lose the weight and reduce his medications, he could qualify for the spinal surgery he had been denied. However, my dad’s gallbladder became infected after the surgery and he eventually passed away from a staph infection. He died December 17th, 2007 at the age of 58.

My dad was an amazing man and our family misses him so much. It broke my heart to see him in pain all of those years, but what hurts the worst is thinking about all of the things he won’t be around for. His first son getting married, the birth of his first grandchild and his youngest son opening this practice are just a few of the things he has missed. In loving memory of my father, it is my honor to help you and your family reach the health you need and deserve to live a long, happy and healthy life.

-Dr. Josh Adams, DC

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