Dr. Robbyn Keating

Dr. Keating joined the Arrowhead team in 2016 to continue furthering her career as a Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Keating moved to St. Louis, Missouri from Alberta, Canada in 2005 to earn her Bachelors of Science Degree at Lindenwood University while on an ice hockey scholarship. While there, she excelled in not only ice hockey, but various track and field events as well. Upon graduation from Lindenwood University, Dr. Keating furthered her education by pursuing her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Logan College of Chiropractic. She completed her doctorate studies in 2014 and then secured a highly sought-after position at a multidisciplinary wellness facility in the metro St. Louis area. It was there she trained under a well-respected chiropractor, who helped her hone her skills and techniques while working in a high-volume clinic. Since moving to Georgia in 2015, in addition to running the McDonough office for Arrowhead Clinics, Dr. Keating Continues her long-standing passion for playing rugby with the Atlanta Harlequins Women’s Rugby team Participates in several local ice hockey leagues Is now working on mastering her cast in fly fishing! Needless to say, the move to Atlanta has proven a success.
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6 Ailments You Didn’t Know Chiropractic Care Could Treat

There are many incredible benefits of chiropractic care, many of which people don't know about. 

And it's a shame, because chiropractic care is an all-natural, drug-free, surgery-free treatment option that helps people to get well and stay well! 

Chiropractors understand the intricacies of the human body and that everything is connected, which provides the human body the ability to heal itself and function on an optimal level.

Many people believe that chiropractors can only help neck and back pain, but their range of treatment is almost unlimited. 

Therefore, chiropractic doctors create the environment necessary to facilitate the healing process, which helps their patients reach their health goals.

Want to learn more? Read  our blog post 5 Things you Might not Know About Chiropractic Care

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How Chiropractic Care Can Help After A Truck Accident Injury?

Truck Accidents are one of the leading causes of personal injuries in Georgia. Because of the large size and heavy weight of trucks, accidents involving passenger cars usually result in severe back or neck injury. These injuries can impact the lives of the victims for years after the accident, causing chronic back pain and reduced mobility .

Some of The Most Common Truck Accident Injuries are Treatable with Chiropractic Care

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3 Common Myths About Car Accident Injuries

3 Myths About Auto Accident Injuries

If you are experiencing no pain after a car accident, it is still recommended that you see an accident doctor immediately.

Some injuries do not present symptoms until days or even weeks after the accident and you want to be sure to catch any injury you may have suffered early, so the insurance company will still be responsible to pay for you medical bills. 

However, being involved a car accident can be a little tricky.

In this blog, we talk about 3 different myths centering auto accident injuries and what actions you should take following a car accident.

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There are many myths when it comes to pain after an auto accident.

Most revolve around accusations of people faking injuries, but the reality is, no matter the severity of the accident, victims should seek chiropractic care immediately.

Not all injuries present symptoms immediately and waiting too long to get medical attention often results in a lack of insurance coverage.

Related post: How Defensive Driving Can Prevent Car Accidents

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Traumatic Brain Injury

One of the leading causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries, or TBIs, in the United States is from falls. A little over 35% of TBIs result from falling, and falling causes 50% of TBIs among children up to 14 years of age, and 61% of TBIs in people 65 and older.

Here are some common scenarios for falls:

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