Dr. Miriam Croft
Doctorate of Chiropractic
Bachelors in Biology
Pediatrics and Pregnancy
International Pediatric Chiropractic Association
Georgia Birth Network
I received my Bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. My Doctor of Chiropractic Degree was earned here in Georgia at Life University. In addition to my Doctorate degree, I specialize in infants, children, pregnancy and am certified in Webster Technique. I chose to focus on family wellness care because checking one's nervous system for interference from birth has profound impacts on growth, development and function throughout life. Having seen the benefits of regular chiropractic care within myself during both my pregnancies and in my children and family only reinforces the importance of taking a proactive versus a reactive approach to health. It is my goal to help people of all ages attain and maintain optimal function and to support them in meeting their personal health goals. I look forward to working with you!
What to Expect as a New Patient
First Visit: Typically lasts 1 hour
Dr. Croft takes an in depth look at your history and current physical state, she will go over the history of your complaint, past health history and physical exam which all assist in uncovering obstacles that may be preventing you from optimal health. This exam is necessary for chiropractic care, but also would enable you to begin any other services that Dr. Croft may recommend or that hold interest to you offered by her.
New Patient Exam Paperwork
Please complete this prior to your appointment
Bring it with you or email it to us ahead of time
All following adjustments will last roughly 15 minutes.
New Patient Start Up:
(All Exams Include an Adjustment)
HOW has discount plan options available to those wishing to use chiropractic short term or as preventative care.
We will go over these options with you at your report of findings visit.
We do not file insurance in our office. However, we do accept HSA accounts and upon request we can provide a detailed statement which you can submit to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement.