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Carmelo Ramirez III DCDr. Ramirez earned his Chiropractic Degree from Life University in 2011. Dr. Ramirez holds a certification in the Pierce Results System of Vertebral Subluxation Analysis and Correction. He is just entering private practice in Largo, FL. His mission is to educate everyone about the effects of subluxations and how it affects the healing nature of the body. Dr. Ramirez has a special interest in seeing his community understand the true meaning of health. He is married to his wife of 2 years, Caroline, and has two loveable pit bulls named Prada and Gucci.
Jordan Cooper DCA practicing chiropractor in private practice in Jacksonville, FL after graduating from Life University with Doctor of Chiropractic degree in March 2011. I became certified in the Pierce Results System in 2009 and have devoted as much time as possible to the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic and correcting subluxations. The single reason I became a chiropractor is the first description of chiropractic I was ever given was that chiropractors “look for the cause of disease rather than just waiting for the person to get sick” and that was all I needed to hear.
Michael Teytelbaum DCDr. Michael Teytelbaum, DC, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Sports Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick in 2007 before earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Life University in 2011 with Magna Cum Laude honors. He is currently pursuing his Diplomate and Fellowship in Functional Neurology with the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies where he has over 200 hours in seminars. Dr. Teytelbaum also realizes that diet and nutrition are essential to a balanced body and attends Apex Energetics seminars to learn more about functional blood chemistry and how to assess and help patients with nutritional concerns. He is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Association, and the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation.

In addition, Dr. Teytelbaum is certified in Active Release Technique as applied to the spine and lower extremity, and will complete upper extremity in the near future as well as a certification in Kinesiotaping. Dr. Teytelbaum is very passionate about health and sports, and enjoys playing ice hockey, basketball, or tennis in his free time. He is currently working as a full time associate Doctor at Advanced Performance and Rehabilitation Center in Short Hills, NJ and as a part time associate Doctor at Village Chiropractic and Functional Neurology Center in the East Village in New York City, NY.
Krystal Drwencke DCI was born in the suburbs of metro Detroit, where I became aware at a very young age, that I loved helping people. I thought, what better way to get along in life, then to help and advocate health in another human. It was after conveying this notion to myself, and with an avid interest in the human form, that I pursued biology at Oakland University. After spending time with various healthcare professionals, I was on my way to Life University's College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia. It was here I learned how carefully orchestrated the body is and how true health shows itself in an individual; to obtain health and not merely the absence of disease.

Always thirsty for more insight and methods to help my patients, I also began pursuing a neurology diplomate with the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. After graduating from Life University in June 2011, I continue to pursue my knowledge with the Carrick Institute. I consider myself a lifelong learner and plan to use the fruits of my labor to help those I will be serving in the Buckhead community, here, in Atlanta.
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