Dr. Sean Medlin
Dr. Sean is originally from Fairfax Station, Virginia, where he grew up in a family of five. He was very active as a child and throughout his teenage years. He played many sports such as basketball, lacrosse, and ran track. Dr. Sean attended George Mason University, completing his undergraduate studies with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. With the help of his chiropractic mentor, who was also a neighbor and family friend, he then realized that chiropractic was where he was meant to be. He attended Life University in Marietta, Georgia and quickly became enamored with the amount of knowledge concerning the intricate workings of the body and nervous system that was out there for the taking. He enjoyed attending various seminars and workshops where he expanded his knowledge of adjusting techniques and chiropractic philosophy. Later, he had the opportunity to shadow and work with many successful doctors in the field. He also participated in a mission trip to India, where he was able to touch the lives of hundreds of people through chiropractic. Ultimately, his vision for the practice is to help people understand that chiropractic is more than just receiving an adjustment. Chiropractic is a lifestyle that can open the doors to health on the physical, mental, and spiritual level.
Dr. Krystal Czegus
Dr. Krystal grew up in Warren, Michigan and later moved to Washington Township, Michigan at the beginning of her college career. Growing up, she was very involved with school, sports, dance, and family. She always knew she belonged in health care where she could help others, but really wanted a more natural approach. She attended Wayne State University where she completed her undergraduate studies with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. She then went on to receive her massage therapy certification at the Flint School of Therapeutic Massage. During this time, she realized how special it was to be able to affect people in a holistic manner with something as simple as a soothing touch. She became very interested in the science, philosophy, and art involved with the practice of chiropractic and was immediately hooked. After doing some careful research, she knew Life University in Marietta, Georgia would be the perfect fit for her. During her clinical internship at Life, she had the great opportunity to work with many children and expectant mothers, which was a priceless experience. She was intrigued with the fact that the body had an innate intelligence that functions and heals without any help from an outside source. She continually strives for a practice full of excited people and their families interested in learning to live a healthy, happy, chiropractic lifestyle.