Chiropractor in Charlotte, NC
Dr. Jeremy Arnold was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and, while he was a young child, his family moved to Conover, North Carolina. He was always involved in athletics. Baseball was his true passion and ultimately it lead him to pursue a career in chiropractic.
It was after an injury to his throwing arm in middle school that Dr. Jeremy’s physician told him he would need surgery. After a consultation with Dr. Bruce Hilton in Hickory, he was able to undergo chiropractic care to rehabilitate his arm. Dr. Jeremy was able to return to the field at full capacity following his chiropractic treatment. After that season, he spent a week on the road in his father’s eighteen-wheeler talking about what he wanted to be when he grew up. Chiropractic quickly moved to the top of the list.
Dr. Jeremy earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was fortunate to be able to continue his baseball career in college, and his team won the National Club Baseball Association World Series during his sophomore year.
His goal was always to pursue chiropractic so after graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill, he continued on to Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Dr. Jeremy graduated from Sherman in 2013 and moved with his wife, Meghan, to Winchester, Virginia where he took over a small family practice. Dr. Jeremy ran this practice on his own for almost two years. He enjoyed working closely with patients and learning what it took to run his own clinic.
Shortly after the birth of their daughter, Dr. Jeremy and his wife decided they wanted to move to Charlotte, North Carolina to be close to their families. After practicing in South Charlotte for two years, he was thrilled to join the Keith Clinic team in November of 2017.
Dr. Jeremy is a huge Tar Heels and Panthers fan and loves a good round of golf when he has the time. He is a self-taught guitar player, an avid gamer, and quite the talented dancer. He also enjoys long walks on the beach and having a nice little tea party with his daughter in the afternoons.