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  • Dr.
    Annie Banks

    Dr. Annie Banks hails from South Florida's east coast and is a 1998 Magna Cum Laude graduate from Life University. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and her Bachelors Degree in Nutrition from Life University but also an Associate Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Broward Community College. In an effort to provide her patients with the highest quality care, Dr. Banks continues her education through postgraduate studies.  Dr. Banks practiced in Bremen, Georgia for three years. She then moved her practice to Marietta, Georgia where she is currently located. At this facility, many different techniques can be utilized to deliver the best care to her patients. She has found the combination of Chiropractic adjustments and ART (Active Release Technique) have the highest success rate and the highest patient satisfaction.  Dr. Annie Banks has been a Certified Ironman Active Release Technique Provider since 2005.  

    An avid runner,  Dr. Banks competes in marathons, half marathons and Ragnar Relays throughout the U.S. several times a year. She completed the Boston Marathon in 2015.  She, her husband Judd and nine year old twins, Gavin and Kylie, enjoy mountain biking and skiing together throughout the United States.  And lets not forget spending time with her dog, Hazelnut, are highlights to a very active home life as well.

    Dr. Banks looks forward to getting you back in the game by serving your health care needs with a safe, drug free, non-surgical, 'hands-on' approach.

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  • "I have benefited tremendously from the care I received from Doctor Banks. I wouldn't go anywhere else."
    John D. / Marietta, GA

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