Meet Our Doctors: 


Dr. Sarah K. Randles

Dr. Sarah K. Randles is originally from eastern NC and attended North Carolina State University as a recipient of the prestigious Park Scholarship.  She graduated from NCSU as a Valedictorian and as Summa Cum Laude with a BS degree in pre-med Biology and a minor in Spanish.  During her time at NCSU, Dr. Randles had the opportunity to complete the Brody School of Medicine Heart Institute Internship in Greenville, NC and she also spent a semester in Costa Rica, where she was introduced to complimentary and alternative medicine at Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica.  In 2012, Dr. Randles earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL, graduating Summa Cum Laude, Presidential Scholar, and as Valedictorian of her class.  Dr. Randles held an associateship position in Mars Hill, NC for the first 3 years of her career, and then followed her heart back to eastern NC in 2015.  Clinically, Dr. Randles especially enjoys treating chronic headaches, sports injuries, and myofascial pain syndromes.  She is certified in acupuncture, and utilizes dry needling, Graston, Cox Flexion/Distraction, and Palmer Package adjusting techniques.  In her time outside of the office, she enjoys spending time outdoors, yoga, tennis, fishing, and traveling.

Dr. Adam R. Randles

Dr. Adam R. Randles grew up in Kankakee, IL and obtained his BS degree in pre-med Biology from the University of Arizona.  At the University of Arizona, Dr. Randles worked as a Herpetologist, researching dietary habits of the tiger rattlesnake in the Sonoran Desert.  After college, he moved back to Kankakee where he taught high school and worked as a general contractor.  Dr. Randles then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL to earn his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.  During his internship at the Palmer Clinic, he was awarded the Clinical Teaching Award for excellence in guiding and teaching other interns.  Since graduation, Dr. Randles has practiced as a Doctor of Chiropractic in Florida and North Carolina.  While in western NC, Dr. Randles also served as an adjunct professor in the nursing and medical assistant programs at South College in Asheville, and completed full and partial home renovations in his spare time.  He is passionate about results, whether it’s a revitalized house or a grandparent who has regained the ability to lift their grandchild.  Dr. Adam Randles has lived in many places and is excited to call Beaufort, NC home with his wife, Dr. Sarah Randles.  Clinically, Dr. Randles has an affinity for cases that are not quite surgical but need expert guidance and treatment, such as disc injuries with associated arm or leg symptoms.  He also enjoys evaluating and treating people with whiplash associated disorders and other acute and chronic spinal conditions.  Outside of treating patients, he enjoys fishing, cooking, and home renovations.  


Our Licensed Massage Therapist:

Debra DuBois


Our Staff:

Mary Myers

Bree Turbeville