Meet the Doctors
Pamela Stone, DC, DACCP is 2000 graduate of Life University’s College of Chiropractic, graduating with clinical honors. She has attained her diplomate in pediatric and prenatal care through the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (DACCP certified), is also certified in the Webster’s Technique, a specific chiropractic sacral analysis and diversified adjustment, primarily for pregnant women. She became certified in the Webster Technique in the year 2000 and has worked on hundreds of pregnant women over the years. She is an instructor for the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), teaching “Perinatal Care with Webster Technique Certification” to chiropractors across the country.
Dr. Stone also graduated from Options for Animals College of Chiropractic, and is certified in animal chiropractic the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) and the American Veterinarian Chiropractic Association (AVCA). She currently works on small animals at a veterinary clinic and at the office in Kennesaw.
Dr. Stone is part of the extension faculty of Life University, hosting 4-6 student interns per year. She is also past-president of the Georgia Birth Network, is a board member of the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice, and is a member of the American Pregnancy Association, Holistic Pediatric Association, the Atlanta chapter of the International Cesarean Awareness Network, and is a peer reviewer for Chiropractic research journals. She has been published numerous times in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic, the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research, the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, Pathway’s magazine, Today’s Chiropractic magazine, Chicken Soup for The Chiropractic Soul, as well as several local magazines & newspapers. She is also a speaker at local schools and community organizations.
She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Massachusetts in Sport Management and spent eight years working in public relations and promotions in the sporting goods industry. While suffering from frequent headaches, she finally sought chiropractic care and within several weeks, her headaches were gone. She soon realized that her role in life was to help other people and make a difference in their lives, so she decided to change careers to become a chiropractor.
Dr. Stone is a member of MARC Running Group, OTP Endurance Sports Club, and has donated her time to the community for more than 20 years. During the past 35 years, she has completed more than 130 triathlons, including an Ironman distance race and seven Half-Ironman races (70.3). She has also completed eleven marathons and more than four dozen half marathons, has qualified for the Boston Marathon five times, and has competed in hundreds of other running races. She credits regular chiropractic care for allowing her to be healthy and injury-free.
Dr. Sherri Ingle, BS, DC is a 2009 graduate of Life University’s College of Chiropractic, graduating with Valedictorian honors. She has practiced in the Kennesaw, Georgia area for over ten years with a focus in family care, sports and personal injury. She is skilled in Diversified, Motion Palpation and Activator Methods with extremity experience. She is currently working on her certification to become an Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) and completing the National Spinal Decompression Certification Program. Her full time position has been with Life University Clinical Sciences Division since 2016 teaching upcoming chiropractors the clinical skills they need to become health care providers. One of her greatest joys is teaching students that disciple and passion are key ingredients for a successful life.
She holds her Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida in Health Service Administration and the Pre-Chiropractic Track. Since the age of 10 she has been under chiropractic care for her low back and hip pain. She was labeled with “growing pains” for most of her adolescence and was taken to a chiropractor that was able to alleviate the daily discomfort. She became inspired to help others on their journey back to mobility and strength and has pursued a career in chiropractic since that young age.
Dr. Ingle has run one 5k and is considered to be retired from running. She does enjoy walking with her husband and dog, Snow White, cooking, listening to audiobooks and gardening.