Brian Ferguson, D.C. was exposed to chiropractic from birth. He received his first chiropractic adjustment 10 minutes after birth from his father, Dr. Peter Ferguson. Growing up around chiropractic he always knew that was his life’s mission, but he had an aha moment while in high school at Central Catholic and there would be no turning back. In sophomore English class they spent an hour discussing the meaning of life and Dr. Brian took from that class that the meaning of life was to help others. He knew of no one that helped more people than his father, so he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps. After graduating from Central Catholic he went on to earn a bachelors in Science from Miami University. He continued his education at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, New York where he earned his doctorate of chiropractic degree.
Following graduation from New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Brian joined his father’s practice, Ferguson Chiropractic, where he has worked as an associate doctor from 2007 until 2013. During that time he served as a member of the Phoenix Rising board of trustees, a member of the Salvation Army Canton chapter advisory board, team doctor of Timken High School football and boys basketball teams, and team doctor of the Perry High School track team. His postgraduate studies include multiple certifications in ART (Active Release Technique), a certified activator methods provider, and has completed a 3 year diplomate in Chiropractic Pediatrics program from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association. He is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Asscoiation, a member of the Ohio State Chiropractic Association, and continues to serve as team physician.
Dr. Brian learned a great deal in his 6 years working under his father including the importance of community involvement, dedication and desire to serve, how to love and care for patients as well as an continual desire to help others.
Drs. Brian and Amanda met after Amanda graduated from Chiropractic College and moved back to Ohio. They share the same interests and philosophy of chiropractic. They both live the chiropractic lifestyle. They focus on whole food nutrition for themselves as well as their daughter, Emma, and son, Landon and even their dog, Charlie. They enjoy staying active through running, lifting, practicing yoga, golfing and spending time with Emma, Landon, and Charlie.
Amanda Ferguson, D.C. was first introduced to chiropractic when she was a freshman in high school. She had a slight scoliosis in her upper back and was experiencing upper back and neck pain while a member of the Jackson High School Girl’s Golf Team. After receiving the benefits of pain reduction from chiropractic care, she became intrigued with the chiropractic profession as a possible career. She credits chiropractic care for allowing her to continue to play golf.
In October of 2003, Dr. Amanda joined Fedorko Chiropractic as a front desk employee while a senior at Jackson High School. She continued to work at the office while she pursued a bachelor’s degree at The University of Akron. Dr. Amanda gained her passion for the whole body approach to care and whole food nutrition from Dr. Fedorko’s mentoring. She worked at the office until July 2007 when she moved to Chesterfield, Missouri to attend Logan College of Chiropractic. She earned her Bachelor’s of Life Sciences and Doctor of Chiropractic Degrees from Logan. While attending Logan she was a member of the Student Doctors’ Council for three terms. She received the student services award and dean’s list recognition. Dr. Amanda attained 200+ hours of training in Applied Kinesiology (AK) and has a postgraduate specialization in Internal Health (Enzyme Therapy). She acquired continuing education courses in pregnancy and pediatric care, functional endocrinology (balancing female and male hormones, thyroid and adrenal disorders), and whole food nutrition.
Dr. Amanda Ferguson rejoined Fedorko Chiropractic in January of 2011 and worked there until she went on maternity leave August 2012. Now she has embarked on a new, exciting adventure as a partner, with her husband Dr. Brian, of Ferguson Family Chiropractic and Wellness Center.
She is extremely passionate about chiropractic and sharing the importance of living the chiropractic lifestyle for a better quality of life. She has a special interest in treating patients with irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive dysfunctions including heart burn, constipation/diaherra, indigestion, hormonal imbalances, headaches/migraines, gas/bloating, allergies, stiff, sore joints, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Over the last year she has also gained a speciality in chiropractic pediatrics from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association. Dr. Amanda loves treating kids, and pregnant women. She has gained a vast array of knowledge and confidence in treating kids from treating her own children, Emma and Landon.
She is so passionate about chiropractic because of the amazing changes that chiropractic adjustments, nutritional supplements/essential oils, exercise, and healthy dietary choices have made in her own struggles with pain, digestive dysfunction, hormonal imbalances, pregnancy, and much more. She believes that it is never too late to take preventive measures every day in the pursuit of optimal health.
Stephanie is our enthusiastic office manager. She has been with us since we opened our doors and is a vital part of our practice. She is available to help with any questions and to accommodate the most complicated schedules.
Stephanie’s story of chiropractic includes chiropractic care throughout her pregnancy from Drs. Amanda and Brian which she attributes to an easy first delivery. She brings her daughter Sophia in for regular adjustments and you can often find Sophia here playing with Drs. Brian and Amanda’s daughter Emma.
Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family and loves her job. She truly loves being a mom, and learning about health and nutrition from the doctors.
Lexie joined the practice in 2016 and works part time at the front desk. She is available to help with any patient inquiries.
Lexie's story of chiropractic started when she was a freshman in college and began experiencing severe neck and arm pain. She has been receiving regular adjustments and has never felt better! She continued chiropractic care throughout her pregnancy with her son, Hudson. She attributes her easy, short, un-medicated labor and delivery to the chiropractic care. Hudson received his first adjustment at 4 days old and continues to have adjustments regularly.
Lexie enjoys spending time with Hudson and her husband, Andy. She also enjoys cooking, walking in the metro parks near their home, and craft projects!