Chandler Turnipseed, DC

Chiropractor

Active Care Atlanta

Address

  • Phone Number: 7705594236
  • Email: info@activecareatlanta.com
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Academic Backround

  • Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) - Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida
  • B.S.Ed. - Exercise Science and Wellness, Georgia Southwestern State University

Specialties & Certifications

  • ART Full Body Certified and Long Tract Nerve Entrapment
  • SFMA Certified
  • RockTape FMT 1&2 Certified

Athletic & Training Background

I raced motocross for nearly a decade in the Southeastern US competing at local and amateur nationals. After some set backs with a few injuries, I dove further into the training aspect and have been passionate about biomechanics and rehab ever since. Powerlifting and Olympic Weightlifting are both parts of my training along with some general conditioning using CrossFit and other methods.

Current Role Working with Athletes

We work closely with local CrossFit, Powerlifting, and Weightlifting gyms in the area with their athletes and trainers. Some of the things we have done are focus on making training sessions as safe as possible while still achieving the best results. We help gyms with movement assessment/screening and how to best help their clients. We also work with many area Lacrosse athletes, Triathletes, other field sport athletes, and local track teams.

Professional Philosophy

We use the Selective Functional Movement Assessment along with other specific testing to help guide our diagnosis and treatment to the most efficient care. Using Active Release Technique (ART), instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (Graston and Fuzion), chiropractic adjustments, and corrective exercises, our goal is to allow you to return to training and sport as quickly but as safely as possible. We want you to have the tools to be able to manage your training and health. Not only do we want to decrease your pain, but we want to keep the pain from returning and improve your performance.

 - It's not commitment to excellence, but an utter disdain for anything less. -Fred Hatfield