Ellis Chiropractic Clinic
Anthony Nicholas D.C.
724 S 8th St
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Member of Active Healthcare
Ellis Chiropractic Clinic
| ||About Our Practice|
Dr. Tony Nicholas was born and raised in CapeTown, South Africa and received a scholarship to play rugby from Life Chiropractic College in Marietta Georgia. Upon graduation he was introduced to Dr. John Ellis who at the time was the chairman of the Georgia Board of Examiners. The rest as they say "is history". Dr. Nicholas moved to Griffin, bought the clinic . Dr. Nicholas has been blessed with four wonderful children, Danielle, Mia Kathryn, Noah and Harrison. He is active in the community with coaching soccer and baseball and understands the rigors of parenthood and the associated stresses and strains of daily life. He also participates in Partners in education with Crescent Elementary School and Partners in Preschool with the First Methodist Preschool. He and several other area chiropractors also provide physicals every year for the Special Olympic athletes in Griffin. The doctors and staff consider that one of the best days of the year. Dr. Nicholas is an active member of several state and national associations. He has served as an examiner for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners for eight years. Presently he is the chairman of the Ethics Committee for the Georgia Chiropractic Association and has also served as the first, second and third vice president. Due to his involvement with these organizations, Dr. Nicholas receives in excess of 60 hours of continuing education each year.
These experiences in the community and the profession and the emotional demands of sports and life enable Dr. Nicholas to be uniquely qualified in the fields of pediatrics, geriatrics, personal injury, maternity and spinal joint conditions.
Rod White - Acupuncture -
The Chinese healing art of acupuncture is one that can be dated back at least two thousand years. Some authorities maintain that acupuncture has been practiced in China for as many as four thousand years. One of the most important concepts of Chinese medicine is that of natural balance. From this idea of balance arises the fundamental theory of yin and yang. According to this theory, life takes place in the alternating rhythm of yin and yang. The acupuncture procedure consists of the insertion of flexible, solid, extremely fine needles through the skin into energy points along the body's meridians. This promotes harmony in the flow of bodily qi (life force or vital energy). The safety of acupuncture is assured by the use of sterile needles, which are disposed of after every treatment. Most patients experience the procedure as painless. Some may feel a pinch at the insertion site, an electric buzz,or numbness. Most report the pleasant sensation of relaxation. Traditional methods of diagnosing the need for treatment include evaluation of the pulses and tongue, and palpation of the abdomen. Oriental medicine consists primarily of Acupuncture and Chinese herbology. According to the practitioner, diet, lifestyle, and exercise recommendations may be included.
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| || Tue|| 9:00 AM|| Noon|| Closed|| |
| || Wed|| 9:00 AM|| Noon|| 2:00 PM|| 6:00 PM|| |
| || Thr|| 9:00 AM|| Noon|| Closed|| |
| || Fri|| 9:00 AM|| Noon|| 2:00 PM|| 5:00 PM|| |
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From W. Taylor St. turn onto S. 8th St. at Burger King. The office is approximately 1/4 mile past the hospital on the left.
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