We use a range of gentle, effective chiropractic techniques to reduce nervous system interference and improve overall wellbeing. Our approach is individually customized to promote true healing, not just pain relief.
About Dr. Ference
Dr. Angela Ference grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa and I earned her first Chiropractic Degree at Witwatersrand Technikon, S.A. in 1999. Deciding to get international experience and travel, she moved to the United Kingdom. There she practiced there as a chiropractor, first in Scotland and then England, for a total of four years. She received her second Chiropractic Degree at Life University in Marietta, GA, where she graduated Suma Cum Laude, and was selected as the class Valedictorian. She took and passed the National Board Exams for Chiropractic Registration in America.
Returning to school and getting her second doctorate allowed her to focus her attention on specific areas including Pediatrics, Extremities adjusting, Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) and Activator Method. Since then she has completed postgraduate work in Pediatrics, Cranial Sacral Technique, Trigger Point Therapy and Physical Therapy modalities. She enjoys attending conferences and lectures throughout the year to improve and broaden her treatment skills. She completed a two-year training in Peri and Prenatal Psychology and is currently studying Shamanism
There’s a long-standing misconception that a chiropractor only treats back and neck pain. While that is certainly a significant focus of the practice, the work of a chiropractor is to optimize health through proper body alignment and nutrition. Unlike traditional medicine, which focuses on treating symptoms, a chiropractor practices health care with the aim of fixing the underlying cause and preventing health problems from occuring. It’s this deviation from traditional medicine that makes me so passionate about chiropractic. There’s no sense in waiting for the body to fall apart before action is taken. A better, more logical, approach is to prevent the body from falling apart in the first place.