Doctors You Can Trust

Dr. Andy Eichorst, D.C.

Chiropractor
Dr. Andy was born in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. Yes, an Eagles, 76ers, and Phillies fan. He joined the US Army National Guard right out of high school and attended Penn State where he got a BS in Business Management, and a 2-yr ROTC scholarship that landed him his first passion, Flying Helicopters in the Regular Army.

He was blessed to achieve many dreams in the Army, Blackhawk helicopter pilot, Executive Officer in Desert Storm, Platoon Leader in 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, Company Commander in Korea, Paratrooper & Regimental Aviation Officer in Ft. Bragg, NC and numerous other stations during the 11-year career.

Many people ask, why not 20 years in Army. Short answer – He wanted a family in which at least the dog would know him when he got home…. Another words, he wanted a family life that wasn’t a fit for Regular Army lifestyle.

While on a spiritual retreat to Conyers, GA he found his calling. A burning bush like encounter with GOD…. “Be a chiropractor”. After prayer and more prayer, he answered the call and followed the LORD’s will into chiropractic school on faith. He’d never been to a chiropractor prior to attending chiropractic school. Went on faith.

His former self would never have told you, he’d be a doctor, nor be a part of something so big. Chiropractic is a calling. It’s not your usual health care. He’s used to seeing weird and fantastic things from being in the Army… So… For the past 14 years, he has dedicated himself to the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic.

Miracles from 12 years of headaches resolved, 15-year-old girl in a wheel chair walk within chiropractic care, to 5-hour labor time vs 42-hour first time delivery, 28 years of chronic daily pain GONE.

Dr. Andy works with people to empower them.

“Transformation doesn’t begin with inspiration, it begins with education.” – Jim Rohn

“The power to question, is the basis of all human progress” – Ghandi

“The quality of your questions is related to the quality of your life.” – Unknown

Dr. Leondra Holmes

Chiropractor
Born in Okinawa, Japan, Dr. Leondra Holmes spent her life growing up as a the only child in a military family. As a result, she has lived and traveled to many different places. She spent most of her primary years in Stuttgart, Germany and her high school years in Fayetteville, NC, graduating with honors. She then moved on to attend Bethune- Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL on an academic scholarship. It was at Bethune-Cookman, where Dr. Holmes really figured out how deep her love for science and the health fields were. This passion led to Dr. Leondra Holmes graduating from college Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry.

Marietta, Georgia was Dr. Holmes’ next destination directly after Bethune-Cookman University, where she attended Life University for a graduate program. Never being a person to rely solely on or take medications, Dr. Holmes felt chiropractic would be a wonderful profession to help people in a medical manner. She believes chiropractic will help people achieve their health goals while living long, healthy, and fulfilled lives. At Life University, Dr. Holmes was a member of many organizations including being Treasurer of the Student American Black Chiropractic Association for three terms, a member in Integrity Doctors Student Club, a member of Chiropractic Biophysics and many others. Dr. Leondra Holmes graduated with her Doctorate in Chiropractic Degree in 2019.

On her free time, Dr. Holmes enjoys doing community service. She has served in countries such as the Bahamas, building resource centers for local children and in El Salvador where she provided chiropractic care to local people of all ages. She has also participated in mobile food packing for foreign countries and is an original Collegiate Mentor of Princess Pals Inc. which mentors young girls with special emphasis in scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Dr. Leondra Holmes also enjoys classical ballet and jazz dancing (which she has done since the age of 2), spending time with family and traveling to go on adventures and experience different cultures.

Dr. David E Martinez, D.C.

Chiropractor
Dr. Martinez opened Lemmata Chiropractic in 2015 after five years of experience treating patients in big cities and small towns in Texas. While pursuing his degree and before graduation in 2009 from Parker College of Chiropractic, he was treating patients in Dallas. After graduation, he joined a multi-office practice in Houston as Associate Doctor. With the experience of treating patients in high stress – high pace cities, he felt it was time to gain more experience in a different setting. In 2011, he moved to the smaller city of San Angelo and put big city traffic in the rearview mirror. San Angelo provided different pace, different people and different experience in treating patients. Having joined the small city clinic as an Associate Doctor, his experience expanded from the individual to family care. From all ages and backgrounds, the children, parents to grandparents would come to the clinic. Many would travel from the neighboring towns based on word of mouth.

Dr. Martinez grew from these experiences but wanted to open his own clinic and provide the best care while reaching out to the community to serve them.Having met and married his beautiful wife in San Angelo, Dr. Martinez and Layna moved to Virginia in 2014 to open a chiropractic clinic of their own. This clinic would be a caring, listening, family friendly and while providing a service to the Hampton community, it would also reach out and support the community as well.

Dr. Martinez is passionate about creating a great place where everyone can get the help they need now and for the rest of their lives. He uses multiple techniques to help each individual person; he can often be heard telling people how proud he is of them because of how well they have done. As a published author on the topic of concussions, he has real knowledge of the dangers of traumatic brain injury and concussion in the general population, athletes and the military. His literature review, “Concussion: The Misunderstood Injury” was published in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association in September 2011. He also often works closely with the Community Medical Foundation for Patient Safety. Dr. Martinez is board certified in both Virginia and Texas; he holds the degrees of Doctor of Chiropractic, Bachelor of Science – Health and Wellness, and Bachelor of Science – Anatomy.