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Our experienced team of certified massage therapists, technologist and office personnel strive to ensure every aspect of your treatment is exceptional. We work with you from start to finish in order to provide you with the best possible care. The Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic staff provides care and treatment for the whole family, creating a lasting partnership for all ages from infant to elderly.


  • Dr.
    Chris Blackmon

    Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas Dr. Blackmon graduated from Catholic High School before receiving a degree in Zoology from the University of Arkansas. Following in his father's and great uncle's footsteps, Dr. Blackmon attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where he graduated with a Doctor in Chiropractic in 1995. He also holds a certification in Acupuncture from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Chicago. Dr. Blackmon has been with Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic since 1995. Dr. Blackmon is married and has two beautiful daughters. He is also very involved in both community and medical organizations, such as: Director of Chiropractic (Advisory and Credentialing) for Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield; sits on the Board at Catholic High School; and has served on the Medical Ionization Radiation Licensing Committee since 2011. In his free time, Dr. Blackmon enjoys spending time outdoors, as well as traveling.


    • President's Citation Award from Arkansas Chiropractic Association
    • Voted Best of the Best Acupuncturist 2014 and 2015
    • Voted Finalists for Best of the Best Chiropractor in Arkansas in 2016 and 2017

  • Heather Blackmon
    Human Resources

    Originally from Gillette, Arkansas, Heather graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Journalism.  She began working for Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic in 2007 and now handles all of the Clinic's accounting, as well as being heavily involved in the Marketing decisions for the Clinic. Not only is Heather married to Dr. Blackmon, but she is also considered to be the Clinic's matriarch. In her free time, Heather enjoys spending time with their two daughters, her friends, as well as her dog, Oscar.

  • Louann Henderson
    Office Manager

    Louann is from Quitman, Arkansas and has been a dedicated employee of Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic since 1998.  As Office Manager, she strives to keep the Clinic running smoothly and efficiently at all times.  Louann holds several degrees and certifications, including: Limited Medical Radiological Technologist (LMRT); Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA); Phlebotomist and Medical Assistant.  She and her husband, Tracy, have two daughters and four grandchildren. In her free time, Louann enjoys spending time with her grandchildren who she considers to be the light of her life.

  • Thad Curtis

    Thad has been with Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic for over three years, and considers everyone at the Clinic, including the patients, part of his family. Thad is a coding specialist, as well as the Clinic's Insurance and Collections Manager. He and his wife Rebecca have four beautiful children, and he enjoys flea marketing hunting with them on his days off. He also enjoys working on cars.

  • Lai Madden

    Lai has worked for Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic for over three years.  She plays a crucial part in the Clinic's day to day operations as head of their Physical Therapy Department. Lai's previous training as a Medical Assistant helped her become proficient in the skills necessary for caring for the Clinic's patients' soft tissue work and rehabilitation therapy.  Lai enjoys spending time with her family and dog, Baku. She is married and the mother of three children, one of which proudly serves in the United States Marine Corps. Lai's vibrant personality brings life and humor to the Clinic's atmosphere.

  • Meisa Cotton

    Originally from Fordyce, Arkansas, Meisa has been with Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic since 2016.  She is a licensed Massage Therapist and specializes in a variety of massage techniques, such as; Trigger Point Therapy, Compression with Deep Tissue Massage, Stretching and Swedish Massage techniques. As needed, Meisa implements these techniques when performing soft tissue rehabilitation on the Clinic's patients.  Meisa and her husband, Kevin, have three children. On her days off, Meisa, enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She is also a 'pool shark!'

  • Rebecca Curtis

    Since coming to work at Blackmon Chiropractic Clinic, Rebecca has worn several different hats and worked in a variety of roles. Currently, she is the head of our Marketing Department.  Rebecca is married to Thad, our Insurance Manager, and together they have four children.  Rebecca is spontaneous and full of life, which enhances the Clinic's relaxed atmosphere.  She is an excellent cook and enjoys spending time with her family and dog, Oscar.

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