Dr. Danielle & Dr. Katie
Dr. Danielle grew up in South Florida, where she spent most of her time in the sun. After high school, she moved to Tallahassee to earn her bachelor's degree in Exercise Science at the Florida State University.
Dr. Danielle felt called to a career in chiropractic after a part-time after school job, not realizing at the time that chiropractic was not just for treating symptoms, but a vehicle for expressing optimal health. During her chiropractic education at Life University, she furthered learned that our health is our biggest asset. Dr. Danielle is Advanced Proficient Certified in Torque Release Technique and Webster's Technique for expecting moms!
“I feel extremely blessed to have been called to serve our community. I really want to educate and inspire everyone to become active participants in achieving their optimum health. Without spinal health, our bodies grow old before our time. My goal is to add quality to your everyday living. Every body deserves health, every body deserves chiropractic.”
Dr. Katie was born and raised in Greensboro, GA and now lives in Jefferson, GA with her husband, Brantley.
After high school, Dr. Katie attended Young Harris College, then transferred to Georgia College and State University (GCSU) in Milledgeville, GA where she graduated with a degree in biology. It was at GCSU that Dr. Katie first felt God laying chiropractic on her heart. Out of curiosity, she interned at a local chiropractic office her final semester and saw amazing healing take place-- people struggling to walk in the office were able to leave 100% better. It was after that experience that she decided to apply to Life University.
While at Life, Dr. Katie attended many pediatric seminars through the ICPA and became Advance Proficiency Certified in Torque Release Technique.
"Chiropractic has changed my life... it has changed the way I think and the way I act and I am infinitely healthier because of it. I don't want a single person to miss out on the opportunity to experience what I have so it is my duty and my passion to tell everyone I come in contact with."