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Chiropractor Acworth, GA

At The Joint …the chiropractic place, there are no appointments and no hidden fees. As your local chiropractor in Acworth, we’re at 3384 Cobb Parkway NW, Suite 450 providing affordable chiropractic services every day. Be sure to stop in and find out how The Joint is making it easier than ever to put your chiropractic health first. Whether you’re suffering from whiplash, a sports injury or need a general chiropractic adjustment, we can help. And, once you’re feeling better, routine chiropractic can keep you healthy.

  • Convenient hours
  • Convenient locations
  • No appointment necessary
  • Membership rates as low as $12.25 per adjustment
  • Our chiropractors are professional licensed doctors of chiropractic

Our Chiropractors

a picture of Dr. Paul Lance Thomas ND, DCDr. Paul Lance Thomas ND, DC
Chiropractor

Dr. Paul Lance Thomas ND, DC Graduated with honors in 1989 from Southern California College of Chiropractic. National Certification in Physical Therapy, Manipulation in Anesthesia, and Disability Evaluation. Appointed QME- Qualified Medical Evaluator in CA- 1992-1994. ISSA certified National Trainer since 1991. ISSA Masters Degree in Fitness Science- 1992.

Dr. Lance has been a Certified Chiropractor and Sports Physician for over 30 years. He has worked with many athletes, national and international, from prestigious competitions such as The World’s Strongest Man as well as professional organizations in the NFL and NBA. He has also treated and trained numerous Olympic athletes in the field of Track, Gymnastics, and Decathlon. Dr. Lance has been a Martial Arts practitioner since 1971.

a picture of Dr. Mendy SpringerDr. Mendy Springer
Chiropractor

Dr. Springer is a Chiropractor with more than 14 years of experience. Dr. Springer is a native of North Carolina. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and then graduated from Life University as a Doctor of Chiropractic. Since graduating, she has been helping patients improve their standard of living with personalized service and attention to detail. Dr. Springer has over 14 years of experience in Wellness, Personal Injury and Rehabilitation Services. Some of Dr. Springer’s hobbies include spending time with the family, working out and theater.

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Why GMO Crops Aren’t The Answer For Starving Nations

| July 21, 2014
Why GMO Crops Aren’t The Answer For Starving Nations

There are plenty of reasons we should be wary of our food supply. From pollution to bee colony collapses, we have plenty of reasons to question what is actually in our food. Still, that doesn’t mean that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a tangible method for keeping everyone’s stomachs filled. There is a major change that […]

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Why One Pesticide Is Polluting The Pollination Process

| July 15, 2014
Why One Pesticide Is Polluting The Pollination Process

With no more bees left to pollinate crops, we’d be in some serious trouble. Not just us, though: pesticides are damaging bees’ ability to collect pollen, admits recent research from the Royal Holloway University of London. “Foraging is a fundamental task because colony growth relies on a continuous food supply,” the study authors claim. “Therefore, any factors […]

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Possible Amendment Would Push Bikers To Find New Hobby

| July 8, 2014
Possible Amendment Would Push Bikers To Find New Hobby

When it comes to biking– why shouldn’t you be excited about starting a new, healthier lifestyle? In truth, there are such a plethora of reasons to get into cycling that it’s pretty hard not to see the appeal: you don’t use as much gas (which keeps your pockets– and the environment– greener), you get healthier, you get to enjoy nature’s […]

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Why Sleeping Beauty Should Have Never Been Woken

| June 24, 2014
Why Sleeping Beauty Should Have Never Been Woken

Listen up, ladies; when it comes to sleep, don’t miss out. That’s because women typically sleep differently than men. They usually take longer to fall asleep, are more likely to be more sleep deprived, are at a higher risk for insomnia, and generally indicate more severe symptoms than men. There are a few biological and […]

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Could Fasting Revitalize Your Immune System?

| June 17, 2014
Could Fasting Revitalize Your Immune System?

Powerhouse foods like kale and spinach, vitamin supplements such as zinc and vitamin C, and detoxers like acai and juice cleanse diets often come to mind when you consider immune system improvement. However, a new study suggests that a two- to four-day fast both protects against immune system decline and helps strengthen your entire immune […]

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Toxic Cookware Chemicals Sticking To Nonstickables

| June 9, 2014
Toxic Cookware Chemicals Sticking To Nonstickables

Traditional nonstick cookware used to be considered a kitchen superstar- until its reputation had to endure a big hit in the mid-2000s. That’s because scientists realized it gave off dangerous fumes of a chemical known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) when encountering high levels of heat. Though consumers don’t know what happens when manufacturers first get […]

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Cynical Mistake: Why Thinking The Worst Actually Hurts You

| June 2, 2014
Cynical Mistake: Why Thinking The Worst Actually Hurts You

Could thinking the worst about people do more harm than good- for yourself? According to a new study, being cynical could be placing your own brain health at serious risk for at least one mental disorder. That’s because researchers from the University of Eastern Finland discovered a link between cynical distrust and a higher risk […]

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EWG Provides List of Safest and Least Safe- Sunscreens

| May 26, 2014
EWG Provides List of Safest and Least Safe- Sunscreens

Safe sunscreen is highly accessible- and you don’t need to do much to find it. That’s because Environmental Working Group (EWG) has provided its 8th annual guide to sunscreens, which comes at a time when melanoma- the deadliest form of skin cancer out there- rates are on the incline. “Many sunscreens offer inadequate protection from […]

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Are Nightmares More Unhealthy To Your Real Life Than You Realize?

| May 19, 2014
Are Nightmares More Unhealthy To Your Real Life Than You Realize?

Nightmares can cause difficulty on multiple levels in our lives. Intense dreams frequently lead to sleeplessness and anxiety, which only worsens the chance for falling back to sleep. New research even suggests that nightmares can worsen symptoms of depression, which leads to even more dire consequences when combined with insomnia. Among their findings, researchers surprisingly […]

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3 Relaxation Techniques That Introduce You To The Sandman

| May 12, 2014
3 Relaxation Techniques That Introduce You To The Sandman

Even if you sleep fine most evenings, you may encounter the occasional night of poor sleep. Whether it’s stress or a late-night snack that keeps you fighting the sandman, check out three relaxation techniques to do when sleep just can’t be caught: 1. Alternate Nostril Breathing This technique brings about deep relaxation by balancing both […]

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