Stephen LaScala, DC
LaScala completed his undergraduate studies at the University of
Georgia. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life
university in 1998 and during his studies there, he was awarded the
Clinical Competency and X-ray Competency awards. He is a certified
Active Release Techniques (ART) provider and instructor. He also
holds a Diplomate status with the National Board of Chiropractic
Dr. LaScala works with Olympic competitors in addition to professional
athletes in football, baseball, basketball and hockey. He has treated several top SEC football players from Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Florida, and Georgia that have gone on to successful professional careers.
Based on his experience with triathletes, cyclists, runners, swimmers, golfers, and various other types of athletes, he was chosen as one of the treating doctors for the 2002 and 2006 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
As a past competitive bodybuilder, and a current triathlete, he has extensive knowledge of strength conditioning, which he routinely incorporates into his patient's care plans. He combines his knowledge as an ART (Active Release Techniques) instructor and practitioner as well as his expertise as a Certified Personal Trainer to aid his patients in their rehabilitation and recovery from injury.