Dr. Shannon Good
Dr. Shannon Good is a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada but she now resides here in the beautiful state of Georgia. She Graduated From Life University in March 2011 where she specialized in Pediatric chiropractic. Dr. Shannon is very passionate about helping people reach their full potential especially the next generation.
Dr. Shannon has a history with living a maximized life as she was a high performance gymnast as a child and teen and a national coach as a young adult. “It was actually gymnastics that got me in into chiropractic. I was having trouble staying on the Balance Beam. My dad took me to his chiropractor and the rest is history. That was 20 years ago.”
When Dr. Shannon is not taking care of her busy pediatric practice she teaches at Life University where she is adjunct Faculty.
She is also the Co-founder of Birthfit Cobb County. A women’s health movement focused on cultivating awareness and enhancing education on the motherhood transition through education and support, empowering women to take the space to make informed and intuitively guided choices for herself.
You can connect with Dr Shannon on her professional facebook page here
Dr. David Jockers
Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine, a functional nutritionist and corrective care chiropractor. He currently owns and operates Exodus Health Center Kennesaw, Georgia and runs one of the hottest natural health websites in DrJockers.com with over 1 million monthly visitors
Dr Jockers is a world-renowned expert in the area of ketosis And the ketogenic diet. He is the developer of the best selling “ Navigating the Ketogenic Diet” E-course and the lead formulator of the revolutionary new product KetoEdge.
He has developed 6 revolutionary online programs with thousands of participants. These programs include E-guides, recipe guides, meal plans and video instructions including The Sugar Detox,The Cancer Cleanse, Navigating the Ketogenic Diet, The Digestive Health Restoration Program, The AutoImmune Elimination Program and The Super Brain Program.”
Dr Jockers is also a sought-after speaker around the country on such topics as weight loss, brain health, healing leaky gut, thyroid function, natural detoxification and disease prevention. Dr Jockers sees patients at his clinic, Exodus Health Center and he does long-distance consultations by phone or Skype to help customize specific lifestyle plans to help individuals improve performance and beat chronic disease.
My name is Tarah Black. My family and I moved to the Atlanta area in 2011 from Idaho because God told us too. We sold everything back home and moved out here without a human plan, just being in God’s will. This was the scariest thing I have ever done, but the most peaceful. Seeing God’s miracles in our lives made us realize that God had bigger plans for our lives then what we had originally thought.
I am a proud mother of three kids, Drayton (13) Alexis (11) and Luke (4). Phil and I have been married for 14 years. Drayton has an athletic gifting and loves baseball. He is on a great travel baseball team that has given us opportunity to see parts of Georgia that we probably wouldn’t have.
Alexis has the joy of God that pours out of her. She is so sweet and an amazing swimmer. This is a new sport for us, so we are learning right along with her. Luke is a four-year-old boy that loves cars, trains, and his brother and sister. We have also added a sweet dog name Wendi and an independent cat name Charlie. The kids are already asking for more animals.
My name is Mae Goss. I was born and raised in Kennesaw, Georgia, and I have three siblings I love dearly. From a very early age I knew my profession would be something very "people" oriented. I was a social butterfly in every aspect of my life. I started high school and decided to get my first retail job when I was 16 at a teen fashion store. I worked retail for four years and absolutely loved it.
I applied and was accepted into Georgia State University where I had decided to pursue a business hospitality major, which I like to describe as the "customer service side of business". I knew working and helping people was what I wanted to do for a living, so when my second semester of college rolled around I decided to look for a job to better suit my major. I looked at being a bank teller or working at a hotel, but nothing presented itself. Finally a woman from my church posted about a job opening where she worked, a chiropractor's clinic called Exodus Health Center.
Exodus Health Center was unlike any job I had ever applied for. I interviewed and immediately felt like this was where I was meant to be. The staff and the patients welcomed me with open arms, to better myself, to help myself grow in a way I had never grown before. Dr. David counseled me through my health journey, and Dr. Shannon mentored me and showed me how to be the best person I can be. I felt this new sense of purpose, not only was I around people and doing what I love all day, but I was actually bettering the lives of our patients by helping them along their health journeys as well. The feeling was indescribable, and I was motivated to eat healthier, start meditating, get adjusted regularly, and work hard at the relationships I had built over the years.
Exodus Health center has changed my life in so many ways. I am so grateful for the amazing patients and people who are in my life, I couldn't see myself doing anything else.