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"I love my job," says Dr. Jason Pease. "Not only do I help change people's lives by getting rid of their pain, but I show them how to stay healthy throughout their lives! I consider myself privileged to make such an impact on my patients."


Dr. Pease's passion for Chiropractic began when he was nineteen. As a Nationally ranked USAPL Power Lifter and American record holder, Dr. Pease sustained a reoccurring injury to his lower back. With little help from traditional medicine, he sought help from a local Chiropractor which changed him forever. After a complete recovery and clear understanding of Chiropractic's real purpose (as opposed to just pain relief and symptoms) he looked at health and the human body very differently. He saw his vision of becoming a Chiropractor, and in helping others live healthier lives.

Dr. Pease began his pre-Chiropractic education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Science.

After completing his studies there, he was accepted at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating with his doctorate in Chiropractic, Dr. Pease continues to study Sports Chiropractic to better serve his patients.

Since starting clinical practice, in order to provide higher levels of patient care, Dr. Pease has attended courses taught by world class practitioners. This has resulted in special interests including, Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Extremity Adjusting, Clinical Nutrition, Functional Strength Science. He aims to exceed your expectations in healthcare, helping you achieve clearly defined health goals without the use of drugs or surgery.

Dr. Pease grew up in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and now practices in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Dr. Pease keeps himself healthy and fit with regular Chiropractic care, CrossFit, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Olympic weightlifting, Yoga and swimming. "Your spine needs regular check-ups, just like a car or your teeth. Regular care and maintenance combined with exercise will keep you at your peak for many more years".

"I consider myself an excellent listener and hope I get the opportunity to meet you to discuss your specific health challenge. Give our office a call or email me with the link below."

Dr. Jason Pease

3586 Old Milton Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30005


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