Dr. Patrick Anderson, DC
Dr. Patrick Anderson DC is a Masters Level Certified Doctor and Instructor for the KCUCS (Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific) organization; a previous recipient of the Instructor of the Year Award and on three different occasions, receiving the KCUCS Distinguished Service Award. He has served on four international mission trips [Costa Rica twice, Bulgaria, and the Dominican Republic].
Dr. Anderson completed his undergraduate education earning a B.S. degree in Exercise Physiology from Towson State University in Maryland (1994). He continued his postgraduate education receiving a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Marietta, Georgia (2001). While at Life University, he served as President of the Knee Chest Upper Cervical Club. He also became an Adjunct Professor at Life University (2008-2009) teaching the Knee Chest Upper Cervical procedure to senior level chiropractic students. Dr. Anderson competed in the sport of powerlifting for 30 years, retiring in 2016. In his weight class, he is the former state champion in MD, MO and GA and has been ranked #2 nationally and #8 internationally. Dr. Anderson has also served as Team Doctor and Assistant Coach for Team USA at the World Powerlifting Championships.
After graduating from Life in 2001, Dr. Anderson joined his brother’s already successful Upper Cervical practice. In January 2011, Dr. Anderson opened his own private practice, Anderson Upper Cervical, next door to his brother. He specializes in family care, women’s health issues, and athletic performance enhancement. Dr. Anderson and his wife Marianne reside in Dallas, Georgia.