Meet the Staff
DR. DREW MCCLURE
Dr. Drew McClure moved to San Jose from southwestern Colorado to attend school at Palmer College of Chiropractic West and earn his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Upon his graduation in 2013 he was awarded the prestigious Clinical Excellence Award. During his years in chiropractic school Dr. Drew volunteered his services to many organizations including the Salvation Army and San Jose Homeless Shelters, and he also began his studies in the fields of equine and canine chiropractic. Prior to attending Palmer, he competed as a collegiate athlete in the pole vault at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, Arizona and went on to complete a bachelor's degree at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado in 2009. Dr. Drew's chiropractic experience began slightly after birth with an exam and treatment by his father. As the son of a chiropractor, he grew up experiencing the healing power of the profession, and began learning manual adjusting techniques as a teenager.
DR. RUSSELL MARAMAG
Dr. Russell Maramag has been in the health & wellness field since the mid-1990's. His past and present affiliations include World of Health, Elite Chiropractic & Sports Clinic, Palmer West Clinic, Terra Firma Diversion & Educational Services, Club One, Western Athletic Clubs, Club Sport, 24 Hour Fitness, Gladiator Fitness & B Fit. Russell's experience has allowed him to work with a diverse range of clients and patients, including professional athletes, pre/post-operative patients, models, weekend warriors & everyday Joes. He utilizes a team approach to help individuals attain their goals & live healthier, fuller lives. He specializes in the treatment of back, neck & joint pain, muscle pain & tightness, carpal tunnel syndrome, facet syndrome, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, sciatica, scoliosis, as well as herniated & bulging discs.
DR. ADAM SCOFIELD
Born in Santa Cruz, CA - Dr. Adam Scofield is a Bay Area native who grew up playing baseball and mountain biking. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at Santa Clara University and started his career providing care and guidance to children and adults with a variety of disabilities such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. After five years of working with the disabled community, he discovered Chiropractic when an intern at the Palmer College of Chiropractic West noticed him struggling with a long-term shoulder injury and invited him to get care. After experiencing the benefits Chiropractic, Dr. Adam made a career change and obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. Dr. Adam wishes to bring his patients a better understanding of how the human body works. He continues to welcome a variety of patients in his quest to help others, and specializes in athletic performance optimization, rehabilitation from injury and workout recovery.