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About Us

Putting the Patient first and explaining how Chiropractic will benefit them. Our chiropractic office has been serving Metro Atlanta, Georgia, and points beyond since 1952.

Dr. Keith Crowe

A lifelong Atlanta area resident, Dr. Keith Crowe is a second generation Upper Cervical Chiropractic Specialist.  He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Saint Louis University and Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University. Dr. Crowe is certified in NUCCA, Advanced Orthospinology, and has completed special courses in x-ray technology as well as Atlas Orthogonal Percussion Instrument Adjusting. In 1994, he was a founding member of the Academy of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Organizations and has been published in the peer-reviewed Chiropractic Research Journal.

Crowe Chiropractic was founded in 1952 by Dr. Hugh Crowe.  Dr. Keith Crowe maintains the outstanding legacy created by his father by continuing to be on the leading edge of the natural healing arts and is committed to using his skill and expertise to help people of all ages achieve optimum health and confidence.

Dr. Keith Crowe seeks to correct the cause of your problems, not just relieve them or cover them up.  The procedures used by Dr. Crowe are very gentle and precise.

Professional Affiliations

Dr. Keith Crowe is affiliated with these prestigious chiropractic-related organizations:

  • Atlas Orthogonal Organization
  • Society of Chiropractic Orthospinology
  • International Chiropractors Association Council on Upper Cervical Care
  • Academy of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Organizations (AUCCO)
  • Georgia Chiropractic Association (GCA)
  • Grostic Procedure Society
  • Life University Preceptor Faculty

Our History

Hugh L. Crowe, D. C


In Loving Memory of
Hugh L. Crowe, D. C.


Loving Husband, Kind Father, Proud Grandfather, Honorable Veteran, Friend and Mentor


Hugh Lee Crowe was born in East Point, Georgia, February 11, 1927.  The family moved back to Lawrenceville, Georgia, where he grew up.  He enlisted in the United States Navy during WWII, married Elizabeth Cooke in 1948, returned for a tour of duty in the Navy following his graduation from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1951. 

While at Palmer Chiropractic College, Hugh Crowe interned with B. J. Palmer and learned the importance of correcting the “atlas” (C1 vertebra) subluxation. In 1956, Dr. Hugh L. Crowe was president of the Georgia Chiropractic Research Society.  He also served two terms as president of the Georgia Chiropractic Association. 

Dr. Crowe was led to being taught the Grostic Procedure under John F. Grostic, D.C., by colleagues, Dr. Roy W. Sweat and Dr. T. O. Humber.  This camaraderie (along with Doctors J. K. Humber, James McAlpine and others) later established “Grostic Presentations” which developed into the Society of Chiropractic Orthospinology.  Dr. Hugh Crowe also associated with the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA) and assisted Dr. Roy W. Sweat in the development of the Atlas Orthogonal Program.  In 1994, Dr. Crowe was a founding member of the Academy of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Organizations. 

Dr. Hugh L. Crowe inspired and mentored many in the chiropractic profession.  He supported the founding of Life Chiropractic College in 1974 as well as the Sherman College of Chiropractic, as a preceptor faculty, he taught seminar classes at the colleges.  He spoke to large groups as well, including political and healthcare meetings and conventions.  Dr. Hugh L. Crowe was published in the Chiropractic Research Journal, Today’s Chiropractic magazine and others. 

Dr. Hugh Crowe received numerous honors and awards during his 54 year career including “Chiropractor of the Year: for Georgia in 1984 and the proclamation of December 20th being named “Doctor Hugh L. Crowe Day” in College Park, Georgia in 2002.