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Meet our Doctors

Sebastien Salomone D.C.

drsalomone@backtobasicsatl.com

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Dr. Sebastien Salomone discovered chiropractic in France at the age of 12 years old. Very active and playing competitive soccer he suffered an injury that kept him off the field for months. Upon return, chronic lower back pain kept him away from his favorite sports. Physical Therapy and regular medical treatment did not help for weeks until his dad finally took him to the town's chiropractor. In one session he immediately felt better than he had in months. There was the spark. To be able to free people from pain simply with your hands became a goal that took over 10 years to achieve.


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Graduated from Life University of Chiropractic in 2001, Dr. Salomone first decided to return to France and Italy to practice in a high volume practice and develop his skills. In 2002 he came back to Atlanta, GA and shortly after started working with World Wide Wellness inside the Crunch fitness facility in Smyrna, GA. Being a former athlete himself, treating gym members already dedicated to their health really fit his personality. Still very active, Dr. Salomone continues to play soccer regularly but is also participating in various local and international triathlon races varying from Sprint distances to Full IronMan. Regular chiropractic and massage therapy care are essential to living fully in a happy body.

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As a member of the GCA (Georgia Chiropractic Association) and involved in the chiropractic world for almost 15 years, Dr. Salomone's focus is to teach patients how to keep a strong posture and develop proper biomechanics in order to prevent injuries and the early effects of aging. 

Of course all patients are welcome but the emphasis is always put on being active and willing to make changes in your life.


Charlotte Blanchet D.C.

drblanchet@backtobasicsatl.com 

            

Dr. Blanchet was first introduced to Chiropractic by a friend of her father during her junior year in High school.  The first concept that drew her attention to Chiropractic was the concept of Innate Intelligence.  She strongly believes in the concept that the body heals itself and self-regulates.  It is extremely important to her that her patients understand that they hold the power and that the healing is done inside of them.  She also believes that a balanced healthy diet, proper physical exercise, positive mental attitude and chiropractic adjustments are essential to a proactive lifestyle and to her patient’s health.  Chiropractic care does not end with an adjustment, it is more than that. Chiropractic is a way of life; for her, it is the only way of life.  Being a chiropractor means everything to Dr. Blanchet.  It means that she gets to wake up every morning doing what she loves.

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Dr.  Charlotte Blanchet attended and graduated from Life University where she received a Doctor of Chiropractic.  Dr. Blanchet specializes as a Spinal Biophysics Chiropractor and has a passion for the biomechanics and biophysics of the human spine. 






Kevin Stalls D.C.

drstalls@backtobasicsatl.com 


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Dr. Kevin Stalls, D.C. loves helping people feel better. His favorite thing about being a chiropractor is the opportunity to impact the lives of so many people in a positive way.  His background is in sports medicine, and he practices a medically integrative, evidence-based form of chiropractic care.  Kevin’s big hope is that more and more people can realize chiropractic is safe and extremely effective. 

 Kevin graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, TX.  He is originally from… well, everywhere.  Kevin grew up in a military family, moving constantly.  When he was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 16, he discovered for himself how effective chiropractic can be.  He now enjoys helping others discover the benefits of quality chiropractic care for themselves. 


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In addition to being a Doctor of Chiropractic, Kevin is also an actor.  He has a true passion for acting and is very excited about the booming film and television industry here in Atlanta.  Outside of work, Kevin spends most of his time with his family, and he feels like the luckiest man alive to have the wife and daughters that he has.

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