Alex Mullinax is our bright and talented office assistant. She has proven to be a great addition to our team. Alex keeps our office running smoothly and has a natural curiosity to learn.
She is currently a student at Chattahoochee Technical College pursuing a degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. She loves promoting good health and helping others achieve their very best.
When Alex is not at the office she is practicing yoga, checking out new coffee shops, hiking, and spending time with friends and family. Alex hopes to one day become a yoga instructor so that she can incorporate the practice into her career of Occupational Therapy. One day she would like to open her own wellness clinic that features both her therapy and yoga, along with a focus on nutrition and homeopathic care.
Tessa Bost is our office assistant with a huge smile and even bigger heart.
She lends a helping hand to just about every aspect of our office. Her positive attitude is infectious and we love having her as a part of our team!
Tessa enjoys working at Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic and tackling any challenge. Tessa’s favorite aspect of her job is getting to meet the friendly, diverse patients that come into the office. She also finds working with x-rays fun and interesting.
Tessa is currently a student at Kennesaw State University pursuing a degree in communications. She is an active member of her community and is a true example of service.
When Tessa is not at the office she enjoys exploring new places near and far, hiking, riding her motorcycle, spending time with her friends and family, and serving in her church.
Shanna Scragg has been practicing massage therapy for 10 years. She began her career in the medical field as a Certified Medical Assistant after graduating from Medix School in 1996. While working for a non-surgical orthopedic physician, she received hands-on experience giving massages, ultrasounds, traction and other therapies.
Enjoying the one-on-one experience with patients, she decided to specialize in massage therapy. In 2001, she graduated from The Academy of Somatic Healing Arts (ASHA) as a Certified Massage Therapist specializing in neuromuscular therapy. Neuromuscular therapy is a very specific method of treating and preventing soft tissue injuries and chronic pain. Shanna also has extensive experience in relaxation and sports massage, and can accommodate patients with pressure preferences ranging from light to deep.
In her spare time, Shanna enjoys running and weight lifting. She has practiced Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has a black belt in Muey Thai. She is currently practicing Qigong (pronounced Chegong), which is similar to Tai Chai. Shanna has been receiving chiropractic care since she was 18 and believes chiropractic and massage therapy go hand-in-hand.