Dr. Shannon Good, DC, CACCP
Did you know Dr. Shannon is 1 of only 12 Chiropractors in the State of Georgia with the CACCP, Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics, advanced credentials? This rigorous certification requires 14 additional courses above and beyond standard D.C. requirements, over 160 hours of additional study in neonatal, pediatric and perinatal care, participation in 2 practice-based research projects, and a peer-graded essay format final exam. This all ensures that seeing a CACCP chiropractor, like Dr. Shannon, will be the best quality pediatric and perinatal chiropractic care you can get – there are many Chiropractors who see kids and pregnant women, but very few with the advanced training needed to be a certified Pediatric & Perinatal Chiropractor. Whether you are expecting your first or want to keep your growing tribe in optimal health, Shannon Good, DC, CACCP has the skills and experience to support you!
Dr. Shannon decided to become a Chiropractor early on in life after spending her childhood as a competitive gymnastics’ athlete and her adolescence as a gymnastics coach. She graduated from Life University in 2011 and has chosen to specialize in pediatric and perinatal chiropractic because she loves children and her passion is helping the small humans optimize their health naturally as they grow and develop. Because of her passion, Dr. Shannon is a regional director for BirthFit Cobb County and helps educate women across Cobb County in perinatal health. In addition to her CACCP, she is Webster’s Certified, and an active member in the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Dr. Shannon is currently a professor at Life University College of Chiropractic where she teaches and inspires the next generation of chiropractors adjusting and clinical skills. When she is not teaching or caring for small humans and expecting mama’s, she enjoys working out at CrossFit and spending time with her husband, Dr. Kris, and their 2 dogs, Marty and Walter, whom she affectionately refers to as her ‘dirt pirates’.