Atlanta GA Chiropractor : Corrective Chiropractic

We’ve been delivering quality Chiropractic care to Buckhead area of Atlanta since 2009!

Corrective Chiropractic, formally Cohen Chiropractic Centre, was started in the Buckhead area of Atlanta by Dr. Austin Cohen. Dr. Cohen fell in love with the charm and the healthy feel of the community. “I sat in front of my shopping center and counted lots of runners going by, families walking their kids, and people who were living life proactively.” I knew this was the place to build my practice.

Atlanta Chiropractic Office

Chiropractic Practice With A Community Feel

The vision for our practice has always been for the feel to be energetic and full of life. From the color tones to the curves in the wall, the open ceiling, and hardwood floors we want to create an atmosphere unique to your typical medical office. Further, this open floor plan gives us space to conduct various workshops and seminars that are open to patients and community members.

Our Mission Statement

Dr. Austin Cohen explains, “My purpose is to lead, empower, and inspire my community to lead a proactive life through the principles of Chiropractic.” A couple of these principles include:

  1. Law of Cause and Effect – We want people to understand that for every problem, whether it is health, financial, or relationship related, there is also a cause. If they just treat the effects, the cause will get bigger and create worse effects.
  2. 100% Innate Intelligence – Inside of us lies the best pharmacy and greatest healing powers to live our greatest life ever. Unfortunately, as stress increases in our society and people continue to become sicker and sicker, it is crucial to understand how to maximize innate intelligence and have it work toward our advantage.

Atlanta Services Offerings

We provide numerous services at our Buchead office including:

  • Massage Therapy
  • Corrective Traction Exercises
  • Seminars and Workshops
  • Digital X-rays
  • Digital Stress Scan and Muscle Scan
  • Functional Nutrition Training