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Brian Ouellette DC426 viewsIn 1993, Dr. Brian Ouellette began his vision to create a treatment facility that was committed to the community where anyone in need could find service. Eighteen years later, Renew Health has become a 6000 square foot, multi-disciplinary clinic with highly educated and efficient support staff. He has personally selected his team, dedicated to you and your family, providing the best chiropractors, nurse practioners and medical doctors in their field.

Dr. Ouellette has 48 scoliosis bracing centers around the United States. He has personally trained and certified these doctors to use the first and only dynamic scoliosis brace available worldwide.

Dr. Ouellette lectures nationwide on scoliosis and is also an expert in pain management, nutrition, physical conditioning and anti-aging. His vision has been realized in the lives of his patients who experience great health and benefit from his commitment to practice with purpose and passion.
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H. Charles Woodfield, BS Pharmacy, D.C.426 viewsDr. Charles Woodfield serves as the Research Advisor to the Upper Cervical Research Foundation (UCRF). He was instrumental in the study design and manuscript preparation for the Hypertensions Study published in the May 2007, Journal of Human Hypertension.

His dedication to health-related services galvanized after serving as a Green Beret Medic with the US Army's 7th Special Forces Group. Upon honorable discharge, Pharmacy School at UNC-Chapel Hill compelled his interest in the intellectual challenges of chemistry and biochemistry in pharmaceutical disciplines, including research. Over a ten year career in hospital and retail Pharmacy, he increasingly became aware of an unfulfilled passion.

Desiring to be of more service, Dr. Woodfield enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic, graduating with Research Honors in 1995. He remained at Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research conducting a clinical trial and assisted in establishment of Palmer’s Practice Based Research Network. He met Dr. Marshall Dickholtz, Sr. during a PBR project kindling a passion investigating the NUCCA correction over the next several years, culminating the Hypertension Study with Dr. George Bakris. Previously, Dr. Woodfield served as research faculty at Sherman College of Chiropractic, Parker College of Chiropractic, and Life Chiropractic College West.
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Matthew T. Wolfertz, DC425 views Dr. Matthew Wolfertz is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from the prestigious Life University in 2010.

As a chiropractic student, Dr. Wolfertz extended his studies by becoming a member of the Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific technique group. He served as President of the Upper Cervical Club for 2 years, working closely with several Doctors while in college, honing his clinical skills in order to better serve his patients. Dr. Wolfertz regularly attends continuing education seminars and is certified in advanced studies of biomechanics, thermography, radiology, and neurology of the upper cervical spine which includes more than 144 hours of instruction. He currently serves as an instructor for the Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic organization. He has traveled to Guatemala, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic on chiropractic mission trips with a Christian-based chiropractic organization and was able to share this vital form of health care with communities that would otherwise have no access to quality chiropractic care.

Following graduation Dr. Wolfertz furthered his upper cervical clinical training with an 18-month associateship at Anderson Specific Chiropractic. Under the tutelage of Dr. Michael Anderson, a Masters level certified Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific practitioner and instructor, Dr. Wolfertz cared for patients facing critical health circumstances, including: migraines, fibromyalgia, hypertension/high blood pressure, ADHD, depression, anxiety, stroke, diabetic neuropathy, impotence, menstrual disorders, and many more.

Dr. Wolfertz’ experiences have afforded him the knowledge and wisdom to properly care for each patient as a whole and not merely as a particular disease or diagnosis. His mission is to restore the God-given health potential within each person of his community, thereby ensuring a happier and healthier future.

Dr. Wolfertz grew up in a Christian, military family with 5 siblings. Frequent military transfers allowed him to develop many friendships across this great Nation. At age 19 he served a 2-year church mission trip in Munich, Germany. Upon returning home Dr. Wolfertz continued pursuing education, during which time he met a chiropractor who inspired him to study chiropractic. In the middle of his chiropractic education at Life University he met his beautiful wife Merrit. They are the proud owners of two dachshund puppies, Buddy and Moe.
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Krystal Drwencke DC424 viewsI 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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