Eric Larson

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Eric Larson is a native of Milledgeville, GA.  After graduating high school, he served in the United Sates Marine Corp for six years.  While pursuing alternative avenues to his personal health issues from injuries sustained in the Corp, Dr. Larson discovered the many benefits of chiropractic care.  With successful results in his physical health, Dr. Larson decided to attend Life University-College of Chiropractic in Atlanta, GA.  He graduated in 2001 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree.  After graduation, Dr. Larson moved out west and operated a successful practice in Arizona.  In 2003, Dr. Larson decided to return to Georgia and opened a private practice in the heart of Evans, GA serving the immediate and surrounding CSRA area.  He and his wife, Laurie, operate the practice together.  They live in Evans with his son, Hunter.

Gonstead Chiropractor

While in school, Dr. Larson studied the Gonstead specific technique.  He has completed over 300 hours of additional training, mastering the Gonstead technique.  As a member of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society, Dr. Larson has participated in many national seminars to learn the latest in chiropractic healthcare.

Kyle Johnston

Dr. Kyle Johnston was born and raised in Lancaster , OH. When he was first born, he was having a lot of ear infections. His parents took him to a chiropractor to get checked. After just a few adjustments with specific chiropractic care, his ear infections had resolved. Dr. Kyle continued to get adjusted throughout his life. He was involved in many sports, including baseball, golf, football, and wrestling; Chiropractic helped to be sure his body was fully functioning and pain free during the sports seasons.

Dr. Kyle went to Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, OH where he graduated in 2016 with a Bachelors in Science. During college, Dr. Kyle found his passion to serve others, and he knew the way he wanted to serve was through specific chiropractic care. Dr. Kyle moved to Davenport, Iowa where he started chiropractic school at Palmer College of Chiropractic. While he was in school, he was a tutor, an intern for Dr. Burns, and rehabilitation and sports injury assistant. While in school, Dr. Kyle studied the Gonstead specific system. He has spent many hours studying, attending classes, and seminars to help perfect the application of the Gonstead system. He is thankful for discovering this technique because it gave him a proven analysis to specifically find and correct subluxation in the patient’s spine and/or extremities. Dr. Kyle graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2020. Dr. Kyle is now grateful and eager to serve families and friends of our patients in the communities of Georgia for the years to come!

Alexandra Maas

Dr. Alexandra Maas always knew she wanted to help people in her career path, and once she found chiropractic there was no other option. She suffered from frequent migraines and tension headaches at the age of 12. After going through a guessing game with medications and scans, she was diagnosed with “chronic migraines” with no real help. She decided to give chiropractic a try, and it gave her her life back. She could go to school, hangout with friends, and just be a normal teenager again. She was born and raised in the great state of Iowa. She attended the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa where she received her Bachelors of the Arts with an emphasis in Biology. Upon graduation, she moved to Davenport, IA to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic.

During her time at Palmer, her passion for chiropractic grew deep, and she was very actively involved as a tutor, a member of the Palmer Student Alumni Foundation, the Palmer pediatric club, and as a clinical radiology student intern. Also during her time at Palmer, her first niece was born, and she found another passion: prenatal, pediatric, and postnatal chiropractic. Chiropractic adjustments allow the body to heal itself function optionally, and this should start at birth. Helping mothers have a low stress pregnancy and birth, helping infants with colic, children with bedwetting or even basic function is what Dr. Alex is truly passionate about; she wants all families to be healthy from infancy to grandparents. The way she helps families is through specific chiropractic care. While at Palmer, she found the Gonstead Method. She spent hours studying at seminars, workshops and reading to learn as much as possible. She wants the body to be working optimally, and she allows this to happen by removing nerve interference through Gonstead specific chiropractic care.