Dr. Amanda Hess is a practicing chiropractor in the state of Georgia since 2003. She is a member of the Georgia Council of Chiropractic, League of Chiropractic Women, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, National Vaccine Information Center, International Federation of Chiropractors & Organizations and a lifetime member of the International Chiropractors Association.

After receiving an anti-inflammatory shot and multiple pharmaceuticals for a cheerleading injury in high school, Dr. Amanda’s health and recreational activities suffered a setback. The drugs weren’t helping and only covered up her pain temporarily. Thankfully, her mother then scheduled her first appointment at the chiropractor and after just a few specific adjustments she was out of pain and back to cheerleading and dancing. Little did Dr. Amanda know at the time that God would use this setback and would turn it into a setup many years later to be an advocate of women’s natural health.

She completed college as a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology. After interning in college as part of a molecular genetic research team for bone marrow transplants at the Cancer Treatment Center of America in Columbia, South Carolina, she knew that her mission in life was not to be a part of the sick care industry plaguing the United States healthcare system. She relocated to Atlanta, Georgia and completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Life University. She feels blessed everyday to be a part of a profession that provides increased life and function to the body.

Currently Dr. Amanda and her husband, Dr. Jeremy Hess own and operate the busiest chiropractic practice in the state of Georgia and one of the busiest in the world. Dr. Amanda lives in Lake Spivey, GA with Dr. Jeremy and their two children, Alyssa and Gabriel. She is a dedicated and loving mother, wife, chiropractor, author, mentor, and health coach. She is a shining example of how to have balance in the home and workplace while serving humanity.

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