About Dr. Guin Bennett, Chiropractor
1995-2001 Nuclear Mechanical Engineering, US Navy
2002-2004 B.S. Biology, NGCSU, Dahlonega, GA
2005-2009 D.C. Chiropractic, Life Univ., Marietta, GA
2013 N.A.E.T. Completion & Certification
2014 Assistant Professor Occupational Therapy Masters Program
Dr. Guin was born in San Diego, California. Her family lived in numerous states prior to moving to Georgia in 1984 where she lived in the Lilburn area until 1995.
Upon graduation from Brookwood High School she joined the United States Navy where she was a Nuclear Mechanical Engineer for six years. During this time she received two Navy Achievement Medals and multiple Letters of Commendation. While in the Navy, she was honored to be able to serve her country; however, she knew that she had a calling to promote health and wellbeing in her community.
Upon being honorably discharged from the Navy, she began her undergraduate degree at North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega, GA. In 2004 Dr. Guin graduated with honors with Bachelors in Biology. During her last year at NGCSU, Dr. Guin had been in search of which field to specialize in when she hurt her neck. Her sister recommended she visit her Chiropractor. Shortly after beginning chiropractic care, she realized this was her calling.
She began at Life University in Marietta, GA and graduated Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2009. During her time at Life University, she was a sister in Alpha Delta Upsilon and received a cycling scholarship to road race for the school.
A defining moment in her life was when she became pregnant with her daughter Layla shortly after beginning the doctorate program. It was at this time when leaving school would have been the “road more traveled” or continuing to complete her education as “the road less traveled”. Dr. Guin made the best decision of her life: to continue her education and become the chiropractor that she is today. She states that she could not have done this without the continued support of her husband, David Bennett, and she continues to cherish every day since she met him. Since that day, David and their children Layla and Dempsey have lived the Chiropractic life.
Dr. Guin continues to be an avid cyclist, is involved with her daughter’s after-school activities, and enjoys being involved with Life University. She has considerable first-hand experience caring for people who have been injured in automobile accidents, sport’s related injuries, and those with chronic overuse conditions.
Dr. Guin currently is teaching in the Masters Program Occupational Therapy at Tennessee State University. Teaching has been a long-term goal of her since she first gained experience in it while in the Navy. She continues to have a passion for serving patients and has intentions of always having patient hours. While in the office Dr. Guin utilizes various adjusting techniques specific to patient preferences to ensure all have a great experience with Chiropractic. She is also skilled in extremity adjusting.
Having been a sports enthusiast all her life, the passion for health that Dr. Guin has runs deep. She looks forward to promoting health in and for her community, cycling regularly, and speaking to all age groups in her community. She became a Chiropractor to bring her patients to a higher level of functioning and express optimum health and is excited about bringing this passion to her community.
Licensing and Continuing Education:
Chiropractic: GA License # 8564, TN # 2642 In good standing
Sports Injury Chiropractic CE Series
Basic - Licensed practitioner has learned to evaluate, locate and eliminate food and environmental allergies
Advanced I - NAET Basic trained practitioner has learned to eliminate combination treatments, complicated NAET cases, commonly seen emotional blockages, exercise induced allergies, and person to person allergies.
Advanced II E - Asthma, Head & Back aches, Ear/Nose/Throat Complete
Dry Needling Certification
Apex Healthcare 9/2009 - 9/2011
Solo Practitioner 9/2011 - Present