Dr. Rachel Banks

Dr. Rachel Banks graduated from Jackson State University receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Pre-medicine in 1990. She then moved on to attend Life University when she was called to the healing aspects of Chiropractic care, she graduated in 1997 with a doctorate in chiropractic. She’s also a proud member of the Georgia Chiropractic Association. Dr. Banks joined the Arrowhead family in 2009 becoming the floater doctor in the Atlanta/Savannah/ Brunswick offices. Her belief and dedication to the field of chiropractic have made her an intricate part of Arrowhead Clinics. In 2016, she was asked to make a permanent move to Savannah taking over the Mall Clinic. Dr. Banks revamped the staff, implemented her own style of leadership and management and in 2018 her clinic won “The Most Goals Met” in 2017. Dr. Banks was born and raised in Atlanta and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority but enjoys living here in Savannah with her loveable furbaby - Lola.
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Treating Back Pain Without Drugs

At Arrowhead Clinic, our Doctors and Chiropractors help treat patients with Back Pain without the use of dangerous drugs or surgeries. Over 80% of people in the US will experience debilitating Back Pain at some point in their lives.

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Typical Soft Tissue Injuries After A Car Accident

Soft-Tissue Injuries are quite common after you are involved in a Car Accident. The amount of trauma your body absorbs from the rapid change in direction due to a Car Accident causes a reaction in the body known as muscle splinting.

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Why do Accidents Happen in Slow Motion?

Maybe it's happened to you.

You were driving your car on a street that was still slick from the day's rainfall. 

You turn a corner, and your rear tires lose their grip and skid away. 

At that moment, though, when you knew that you had to steer against the skidding of your car, time slowed down. 

You probably remained very calm and waited for the right moment to turn the steering wheel. 

Everything seemed to happen in slow motion. Eventually, you moved the steering wheel, and your car was on track again. 

The event probably happens in a second or two, but it feels much longer.

If this has happened to you, you're not alone.

When patients come to Arrowhead Clinic for Back Pain After a Car Accident, many tell us of the feeling they experienced. 

They tell us it feels like the Car Accident Happened in Slow Motion!

As a result, many individuals in the Car Accident may think faster and act faster during these events.

Why do the individuals in the auto accident experience a different sense of time?

Why does time seem to slow down when accidents and other traumatic events occur? 

In the article below, we will explore that very question.

Related post: typical soft tissue injuries after a car accident.

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