Our Team

Dr. Scott Ackerman

Gonstead Chiropractor

Dr. Ackerman grew up in New York then moved to Florida at age 13. He attended the University of Florida for his Undergraduate Degree and received a B.S. in Business and Marketing in 1986. After realizing chiropractic was his true goal, Dr. Ackerman went to Life Chiropractic College, graduating in 1990 with a D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic).

Dr. Ackerman has 4 wonderful children: Aaron, Sam, Todd, and Lindsay. He has lived happily in Alpharetta for the last 30 plus years. Scott’s vices are tennis and golf, which are aided by weekly adjustments.

This is a prime example of how interconnected our bodies really are, and how chiropractic can play a large role in your wellness!

Dr. Ackerman is a member of the Georgia Chiropractic Council as well as the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society and Proudly uses the Gonstead Technique!!!

Why did Dr. Ackerman choose chiropractic?

Dr. Ackerman played a lot of tennis in college and his back was always sore. He procrastinated for a while but finally couldn’t take it anymore! Dr. Ackerman went to a chiropractor and never had a problem again!!!

“I got into chiropractic because I like helping people and I liked the hands on approach to healing. I was amazed that everything is controlled by your brain and spinal cord and that the body is a self healing organism.”

-Dr. Ackerman

Sam Ackerman

Cold Laser therapist / Functional nutritionist

Sam Ackerman grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia, and has lived in Georgia his entire life. He attended the University of North Georgia, where he received his degree in Psychology. Sam then joined the family Chiropractic practice with his Dad, Dr. Scott Ackerman.

He furthered his education at BioLight University, where he graduated as a certified Cold Laser Therapist (LLLT) . He specializes in Allergies, Smoking Cessation, and Pain Management. Sam is also a certified Functional Nutritionist (A.K.) and utilizes kinesiology muscle testing in his practice.

“I find that many health practitioners chase symptoms and tend to ignore why the problems are there in the first place. I believe if we dig deeper and target the problem at the root of the source, we can achieve longer-lasting and more meaningful changes in someone’s life.”

-Sam Ackerman

When Sam is not in the office, he is an avid rock climber in his free time. He is a member of Stone Summit and climbs with his fiancee, Hannah, at least twice a week.

“It is a great challenge, both physically and mentally. Plus, the community is always full of welcoming people who motivate you to do your best. The sport of climbing is the main inspiration for improving my body and mind. There are always new goals to overcome, which keeps me interested.”

Sam also enjoys being outside in nature, playing guitar, and listening to podcasts on his morning drive to the office.