Dr. Michael Major, DC

Dr. Michael Major, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Michael Major is a member of the Sports Performance Council for USA Athletes. He brings the message of true natural health and Olympic level living back to his practice where he teaches his patients and the community to live to their optimal potential, free of medications and surgeries. He and his wife, Dr. Cassie are the founders of Major Family Chiropractic, a Maximized Living Health Center, where hundreds of families have come to find true health, new found hope, and ways to maximize their lives to the fullest potential. At Major Family Chiropractic, they teach nutrition, lifestyle, detoxification and spinal correction classes that help families achieve maximum health from within. Dr. Michael is from southeast Michigan where he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps for seven years. He had the opportunity to serve throughout the United States, Iraq and Africa. After the Marine Corps, Dr. Michael attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and then trained with some of the top wellness physicians in the nation in Naples and Orlando, Florida. There he worked in large family practices. Dr. Michael is on a mission to save and change lives in Nashville, TN through the message of true health and healing. When Dr. Michael is not helping others get well, he is spending time with his wife Dr. Cassie cooking, exercising and playing with their two dogs.

Dr. Cassie Major, DC

Dr. Cassie Major, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic

It is Dr. Cassie’s mission to truly change the health of Nashville, TN. At Major Family Chiropractic, she focuses on teaching her patients the 5 Essentials of Maximized Living. Dr. Cassie graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. Prior to relocating to Tennessee, she trained with the top wellness physicians in the nation in Ohio and Florida. She also served overseas in Vietnam taking the message of Chiropractic to other countries. Dr. Cassie holds additional certifications in Spinal Correction and Nutrition. She is also a member of the Sports Performance Council to several U.S. Olympic and Professional Sports teams. Dr. Cassie’s favorite part about practice is teaching families how to raise healthy drug free children from birth so they grow up to be as healthy as possible. She is passionate about taking care of families and lots of kids! When Dr. Cassie is not helping others get well, she is enjoys spending time with her husband Dr. Michael, listening to music, cooking and exercising.

Nikki Stam

Nikki Stam

Chiropractic Assistant

Nikki is originally from Holland, Michigan where she graduated from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Exercise Science and became a certified personal trainer. Shortly after moving to Tennessee she became a crucial part of the Major Family Chiropractic Team. It is her mission to transform the lives of our community and the world by teaching the 5 Essentials of true health and healing. She believes, anything is possible with a positive mindset, a healthy spine and nervous system, eating quality nutrition, engaging in proper exercise, and minimizing toxins! Each person’s story matters, and everyone has a God given purpose for their life that they cannot reach if they are sick and dying early. Nikki’s favorite part of being on the team is hearing what patients have been able to achieve without unnecessary medications, doctors visits, and surgeries. When Nikki is not in the office you’ll most likely find her exercising, hiking, reading, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends.

Kailey Boatright

Kailey Boatright

Chiropractic Assistant

Kailey is from Athens Georgia and recently graduated from the University of Mississippi. She graduated with a bachelors in psychology and a minor in park and recreation administration. Kailey loves hearing our patients unique stories and is a firm believer that a healthy mind is essential to a healthy life.

Outside of the office, she loves going on walks with her amazing husband Ben and their British black lab Wallace, “I have a weakness for all animals.”  When meal times come around you will probably find her eating something involving avocados or peaches. Kailey has recently grown a love for watching college football and throwing the frisbee. Also, she strongly despises the cold. She would love to know your story!