Dr. Steve Welsh
Dr. Steve joined Care More Chiropractic Center after completing his doctorate studies at Life University School of Chiropractic in 1996. He had received a B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College in 1970, and also studied Computer Science at Northern Illinois University.
Following a career in the corporate world as a V.P. of a fortune 500 company, Dr. Steve decided that helping people reach their health potential through chiropractic was far more rewarding.
Dr. Steve is committed to educating patients about chiropractic and its role in reaching optimum health.
Dr. Steve currently serves on the Board of Directors of the International Chiropractors Association (ICA), the Board of Directors of the Georgia Council of Chiropractic (GCC), and is an ICA delegate to the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) and a GCC delegate to the Congress of Chiropractic State Organizations.
Dr. Steve has served as the Director of Research for the Doctors for Excellence in Chiropractic Education (DECE), and has been a vocal advocate of accreditation reform in the chiropractic profession. In 2006, Dr. Steve was recognized by the Representative Assembly of the ICA for his work in this area.
In 2006, Dr. Steve was named the Chiropractor of the Year by the GCC and the Alumni of the Year by the Life University Alumni Association.
Dr. Steve is an avid student of quantum physics and is constantly pursuing a greater understanding of how the latest scientific discoveries are validating the underlying concepts and premises of the Science of Chiropractic as defined by D.D. Palmer over 100 years ago.
In addition, Dr. Steve is active on the political front.
He has served as a member of the Republican National Senatorial Committee and the Republican Presidential Task Force. According to Dr. Steve, one of our greatest freedoms is the freedom of choice. We currently have the freedom to choose our own Doctor, the freedom to pursue an alternative healthcare, the freedom to choose to not vaccinate our children, and the freedom to live our life in a healthy way, without government interference. We must guard our freedoms well and they should not be taken for granted.