Adam Fellows, Psy.D – Dr. Adam Fellows is a Clinical Psychologist who grew up in Nevada, Missouri. He completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Pittsburg State University (2003). In 2005 he earned his M.A. and in 2007 his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Neuropsychology from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. En route to his doctorate, his internship year was spent serving underserved populations in his hometown of Nevada, Missouri. After his Psy.D. was awarded he remained in Nevada, Missouri working for an outpatient mental health group before moving to the Lee’s Summit community in 2009.

Originally studying neuropsychology and specializing in psychological testing Dr. Fellows’ passion has now shifted to health psychology. His background in neuropsychology and understanding of how the brain communicates with other organs of the body originally attracted him to this field making for a smooth transition. Utilizing cognitive-behavioral therapeutic techniques he seeks to offer a higher standard of care to his patients.

Dr. Fellows is currently developing a program to assist overweight individuals lose weight and make long-term lifestyle changes. During his graduate studies his dissertation, Muscle Dysmorphia: Gender Differences Among Male and Female Fitness Club Members (2006) focused on identifying contributing factors that lead to body image problems. He currently utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy to help individuals identify sabotaging thoughts and overcome cognitive barriers that prevent them from meeting their weight loss goals. Through his commitment to wellness and emphasis on balance he works with his patients to establish an effective treatment plan and promotes mind-body growth in everyone he works with.


Tiffany Fellows, Psy.D – Dr. Tiffany Fellows is a Licensed Psychologist who received her doctorate degree from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. Before attending Forest Institute she eared her bachelors degree in psychology from Pittsburg State University. During her graduate studies she specialized in holistic approaches to pain management utilizing cognitive therapy in collaboration with other health care providers.

Dr. Fellows has specific interests in adolescent and women’s issues and is focused on treating individuals with depression and anxiety. She also has interests in working with individuals whom experience chronic pain and have mental health symptoms associated with their pain.

Dr. Fellows’ mission is to provide exceptional treatment to her patient’s through her commitment to mind-body health. She views the patient to be a unique and whole individual and is treated as such. She always strives to provide excellent care as well as encouraging the patient to understand his/her role in their health and well-being.


Scott Symes, Psy.D – Dr. Scott Symes is a Licensed Psychologist who completed his doctoral work at Forest Institute of Professional Psychology (2002). He received his Bachelors degree in psychology from Missouri State Southern University (1996). Throughout Dr. Symes’ training he has been keenly interested in the effect the mind has on the body. His dissertation reflected this interest and is titled, A Therapeutic Guide For Teaching Self-Hypnosis Techniques To Individuals Suffering From Chronic Pain.

Dr. Symes was given the opportunity to structure his internship around his philosophy while interning at UMKC Counseling, Health and Testing Center. He did rotations at the Bloch Cancer Support Center working with individuals who suffer from cancer pain. He also worked at the dental college seeing patients with Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD), and worked with medical students on stress management training during their board exams.

Dr. Symes is certified in Cognitive Therapy, which is the most researched and efficacious form of therapy. He has also been certified in PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program) to teach couples and families how to communicate more effectively, recognize areas for improvement, and teach problem solving skills. He is using his knowledge of mind-body techniques and cognitive therapy to develop programs to teach others how to live balanced lives. His main interest areas are all forms of anxiety and depression. Dr. Symes strives to establish a collaborative, working relationship with every individual he sees at Rejuvenate.



Joe Symes, D.C. – Dr. Joe Symes (pronounced Sims) is a chiropractic physician who focuses on naturally restoring the health of the body by creating balance in the spine and nervous system. He educates the community on the importance of a wellness lifestyle which includes proper diet and exercise, a healthy mental state, as well as a balanced nervous system.

Dr. Symes’ mission is to educate and empower as many people as possible to experience their optimal health potential. He speaks regularly to local schools, businesses and organizations on health, wellness and safety topics.

Dr. Symes received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Prior to his studies at CCC-KC, he was a student, athlete, and member of Honors College at Pittsburg State University where he received a BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. He was also a member of the Gorilla’s Basketball team. Following graduation, Dr. Symes worked in a thriving, state-of-the-art, multi-doctor clinic in Overland Park, Kansas. He gained invaluable experience, built a large and loyal patient base, helping many individuals in their pursuit of their health goals. Dr. Symes was raised in Nevada, Missouri.

Dr. Symes has studied numerous safe and effective chiropractic adjusting and treatment techniques. These techniques allow him to serve people of all ages with a variety of conditions. He is passionate about his commitment to daily health and to provide patients with the most effective means of natural healing.

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