Dr. Josh Paxton
Dr. Paxton is a native of Rome, GA where he grew up as a Chiropractic kid, being adjusted just moments after birth. Dr. Paxton’s father and brother are both Chiropractors! He is married to the woman of his dreams, Jessica, and has three amazing, healthy, and well-adjusted boys, Caleb, Eli, and Isaiah. Dr. Paxton graduated from Life University college of undergraduate studies, in Marietta, GA with a B.S. degree in nutrition; this was key in helping Dr. Josh understand all he understands today about healthy dietary habits to create optimal wellness. He then continued on at Life University to the College of Chiropractic where he obtained his doctorate (D.C.) in Chiropractic. Dr. Paxton also holds an Emergency Medical Technician license from Coosa Valley Tech in Rome, GA. When combined with his experience, Dr. Paxton’s training makes him well-versed in the human body and what it takes to reach true, optimal health.
Dr. Taylor Jacobs
Dr. Jacobs is also a native of Rome, GA. As an athlete, he started receiving Chiropractic care in high school to benefit his performance on the field. He developed a tremendous appreciation for Chiropractic care and the body’s ability to heal itself. It didn’t take long for him to gain acceptance into Life University and begin his journey to becoming a Chiropractor. Dr. Jacobs joined PFC in March 2017 to complete his 8th year of clinical training as a Senior intern. Our PFC family and community raved about his powerful adjustments and his genuine bedside manner and demanded we keep him, so we are proud to call him an official member of the PFC team.
He then graduated from Life University College of Chiropractic obtaining his doctorate (D.C.) in Chiropractic in December 2017. Dr. Jacobs has a genuine love for people and considers it a great privilege to help the people of his community work toward optimal health.
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