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Welcome to A Touch of Health
Your Atlanta Chiropractor, Massage and Holistic Sourc

Touch of Health is wellness studio in Sandy Springs offering gentle chiropractic, Therapeutic massage, nutritional counseling and health related classes for the entire family.We provide quality holistic healthcare to families and our community through natural, non-invasive techniques for integrative solutions to difficult health concerns and guidance for a healthy lifestyle.

A positive energy filled healing environment for our clients is a key component to our practice. We consider our space to be a place where our clients can let go of all the stress caused by the hustle and bustle of modern-day life and just relax. Some of our clients even stop in just to say hello from time to time and we love that.

Our mission is to provide and guide you to reduce stress and relieve pain using natural methods that allow you and your family to live a healthier lifestyle from the inside out. If you're feeling out of balance or in pain, we can help you determine the best course of care and maintenance that will restore your body's natural rhythms and send you well on your way to feeling great and optimizing total health. As individuals, our bodies differ from one another and require individual attention. At A Touch of Health, we always work together as a team, providing the utmost individualized care for each of our patients.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our Atlanta chiropractors or massage therapists, call (404) 920-8492 today!

Together we offer a holistic approach to bring total wellness to each of our clients.

Dr. Katrina Cryder, Dr. Nick Boak, Melissa Merritt
Atlanta Chiropractor, Therapeutic Massage, Nutritional Counseling |

A Touch of Health | (404) 920-8492

6255 Barfield Rd, Suite 145
Atlanta, GA 30328


Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Everything about A Touch of Health Atlanta makes you feel relaxed and comfortable. From the inviting lighting choices in the waiting room to the beautiful healing spaces, the doctors and practitioners are intentional about creating the best atmosphere and experience for their patients. They have helped me resolve many health issues for myself and my children with the utmost care and love. I highly recommend A Touch of Health Atlanta!"
    Gina / Atlanta, Ga

Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Katrina Cryder
    Dr. Katrina Cryder, Chiropractor and Applied Clinical Nutrition Counselor, grew up receiving chiropractic care as a young child to eliminate suffering from chronic earaches. After the adjustments proved successful, the earaches disappeared and therefore sparked her interest in becoming a healer.
  • Nick Boak
    Dr. Nicholas [Nick] Boak was born and raised in a small town in upstate New York. He completed his undergraduate degree at Siena College in 2008 where he then worked as a Chiropractic Assistant for an influential chiropractor in Utica, NY.
  • Melissa Merritt
    Meet Melissa Merritt, our Licensed Massage Therapist and healing enthusiast. Melissa began to notice the healing power of massage therapy at a very young age, while giving her father neck massages to help reduce pain and suffering from an old injury.
  • Jodi Sullivan
    Jodi Sullivan has a passion for living life with integrity and a passion for her work as a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and Energetic Healing Practitioner. Jodi loves to work with clients that are looking to improve their quality of life in all realms – physically, mentally, and emotionally.

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

11:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

(1st & 3rd Saturday)

Sunday:

Closed