Board Members


Jenny Brocker, DC, DICCP, President
Portland, OR

Jennifer Brocker
Jennifer Brocker is a 2007 Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. In 2012, Dr. Brocker became board-certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics having completed the required 3-year postgraduate course of study. Additionally, she completed the 80 hour workshop series in Dynamic Body Balancing with Dr. Carol Philips. She has felt a deep passion to help and serve other people for most of her life. From a young age she developed a deep respect and curiosity for health care because she grew up under the chiropractic care of her mom, Dr. Patricia Petrie. She believes a comprehensive approach to health care is in the best interest of the patient and it is her duty as a chiropractor to work with other health care professionals to provide patients with the best and most complete care possible.

Dr. Jenny uses her experience as a mother and her knowledge as a chiropractor to help make pregnancy a time of joy and celebration, leading to a positive birth experience. With three children of her own, Dr. Jenny, finds so much delight in working with children. They are a constant source of wonder and laughter and she loves helping them thrive.


Jennifer Murphy, DC, DICCP, Vice-President
Pink Hill, NC (252)568-6400

Jennifer MurphyDr. Murphy is 1995 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. She began her private practice opening her office, Pink Hill Chiropractic, on August 19th, 1996. In 2002, Dr. Murphy received her Pediatric Diplomate (DICCP) from Palmer College and the International Chiropractic Association’s Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics by completing three years of postgraduate coursework, research projects and multiple examination including a national board exam. Dr. Murphy felt a strong need to educate other chiropractors and the public about the benefits of pediatric chiropractic care so she started the NCCA Pediatric Council. She also continued to develop her skills in advanced pediatric chiropractic by publishing articles in various journal publications including JCCP and lecturing across the country.

Dr. Murphy is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Vice_President of the ACA Pediatric Council, the ICA Pediatric Council, The Christian Chiropractic Association, and the North Carolina Chiropractic Association. In 2011, Dr. Murphy was named Lenoir County’s top 20 under 40 for achievement in professional and personal activities and in 2012 earned the North Carolina Chiropractic Association’s Dr. Faye B. Eagles Woman of Chiropractic Award.

Married with one son, Dr. Murphy also has a small pesticide-free hobby farm which was featured on PBS’s show A Chef’s Life in fall 2016.


Emily Watters, DC, Treasurer
Portland, OR
Emily Peterson Watters

Dr. Emily Watters is an enthusiast of learning, having graduated cum laude with departmental honors from the University of Oregon with Bachelors of Science in Psychology and General Science, and minors in Biology and Chemistry. She then continued her education at the University of Western States (UWS), graduating summa cum laude.

Dr. Emily’s clinical interests focus on pediatric care and she has been an active steward to this population, serving at the academic, clinical and legislative levels. During her time as a chiropractic student she founded and was elected the President of the Pediatrics Club on her campus. She was also elected the first American Chiropractic Association’s Pediatrics Council Student Liaison.

Dr. Emily is trained in Craniosacral Therapy and places a high value on mindful clinical practice. She helped create, alongside the university president, the first Art of Mindful Practice group at UWS. Dr. Emily was also involved with several extracurricular groups while in school that focused on collaboration and integration between the many forms of healthcare to help foster an understanding between professions.

Dr. Emily’s passion for entering into chiropractic was based on the help she received from a chiropractor during her most physically and mentally formative years. It is from that experience that she has devoted her future chiropractic practice toward helping aid in the optimal development of pediatric patients. Through her education and technique with children she is honored to be able to provide the same second chance of an active life to another young person as she received through chiropractic care.

In her free time Dr. Emily loves to travel abroad, sing and spend time in the outdoors with her husband, Sean. She was married this spring and looks forward to being Dr. Watters as she continues towards her goals.