Drew Henderson, a lifelong resident of Forsyth County, has been chosen by the Georgia Council of Chiropractic as the 2014 Chiropractor of the Year.
The award was presented by last year’s winner, Bobby Braile of Powder Springs, during the organization’s annual awards ceremony on Aug. 24 at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville.
Upon receiving the recognition, Henderson was also inducted into the Georgia Council of Chiropractic Hall of Fame. He was presented a medal by fellow Hall of Fame members.
Henderson is a VIP member of the council, hosts a bi-weekly “Band of Brothers Chiropractic Philosophy” group, and serves on the organizing team for Dynamic Essentials Chiropractic seminars.
He is a 2006 Doctor of Chiropractic graduate of Life University in Marietta and practices in Murrayville, where he owns and runs Murrayville Family Chiropractic.
He is a 1994 graduate of Dawson County High School and a 2000 graduate of North Georgia College & State University.
Council director Katrine Frazier said she and others were excited to see Henderson awarded the honor.
“He is a shining example of the Lasting Purpose philosophy of GCC’s founder, Dr. Sid Williams,” she said, in a statement. “Dr. Drew is a truly humble, loving and giving servant of his patients, his community and the chiropractic profession.”