Yoshiro Yajima, D.C.
Dr. Yajima’s career in the chiropractic field began in his 20’s, after he suffered a karate injury after more than 10 years of training in the art. During that journey to recovery, his interest in health care increased, notably the importance of the holistic approach. Dr. Yajima became a Judo Therapist while working for an orthopedic clinic in Japan, where his commitment to finding more effective treatments through human self-healing techniques continued. With that, Dr. Yajima obtained his chiropractic education and board certification in the United States.
Dr. Yajima practices the specialized techniques, QSM³, NUCCA, and, CEA while combining exercise therapy, introducing the “Yajima Method”.
Dr. Yajima currently instructs karate classes (Shotokanryu-style Yajima Dojo), wherein teaches manners and mental strength through karate, and is married with 2 children.
|1999||Yoneda Jusei Junior College|
|2009||Life University College of Chiropractic (COC)|
|2012||QSM³ (Quantum Spinal Mechanics 3-Upper Cervical Progressive)|
|2010年||NUCCA (National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association) GCA (Georgia Chiropractic Association)|
Our clinic uses QSM 3 and NUCCA upper cervical spinal technique to provide painless treatments. In addition, we offer treatments such as detox therapy including dietary guidance and enzyme immunotherapy that heal the body from the inside. Combining the two aspects offer for a complete healing of the body. Extremity adjustment and Loomis Health Nutrition Certified.
Daisuke Inoue, D.C.
Born in 1989 in Fukuoka, Japan. From elementary to high school, he was part of the baseball team, but due to a shoulder injury, he had to give it up. After his injury, he started to value the importance of maintaining his body and became interested in sports therapy. He continued to be interested in various sports. When studying abroad in the United States, he experienced a back injury and was exposed to chiropractic medicine and decided to pursue it as a career. After graduating from Minnesota State University, he went to Palmer College in Iowa. After three and a half years, he graduated from the College of Chiropractic, attained his US national qualification, and now is working at Atlanta Yajima Chiropractic.
|2014||Graduated with Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Science from Minnesota State University, Mankato|
|2018||Graduated with Doctorate’s Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic|
Aiming for a comprehensive treatment that incorporates athletic and rehabilitation training that is based on sports science with chiropractic therapy.