Dr. Jinjiang Li

  • FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine
  • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (ACBSP)
  • Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner, Council on Extremity Adjusting (CEA)
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Certification with Physiotherapy Certification  
  • Doctor of Chiropractic - Life University
    Master of Sports Health Science - Life University

  • Licensed chiropractor in Georgia, USA

Dr. Jinjiang Li provides chiropractic care and rehabilitation to athletes of all ages and levels. He specializes in diagnosing common over-use injuries and sports injuries. His knowledge of sports injury management and functional rehabilitation and restoration, allows him to develop unique individualized treatment plans and corrective exercise programs in order to speed up recovery and prevent future injuries.

Bronson Walters

Bronson Walters, owner, studied the science of Kinesiology while playing collegiate baseball at Virginia Tech. He finished his degree and completed his Master’s Degree in Sports Health Science at Radford University. His knowledge of muscular anatomy, physiology, and exercise sport athletic training enables him to analyze and implement exercise programs designed to release chronic muscle tension, minimize acute injures and enhance the functional capacity of everyday life. 

Bronson has more than 19 years of experience in sport-specific strength, conditioning, rehab and hands-on recovery. Through his extensive knowledge of anatomy and sports medicine, Bronson focuses on correcting muscular imbalances. Over the years, he has been providing rehabilitation for a variety of soft-tissue injuries and health-related conditions including:  Motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, ligament sprains, over-use injuries, lumbar disc herniation, osteoporosis, diabetes and re-activation programs.

Bronson has had the pleasure of working with and treating many elite athletes in the NFL, MLB, & NBA and is proud of his work with youth athletics.  Bronson is committed to not only treating sports injuries, but prevention and maximization of sports performance of athletes at all levels and ages.

Susan J. Rogers, LMT, MLD/C

Susan Rogers is a licensed massage therapist offering comprehensive massage for pain relief, restoration, and relaxation. She has experience working with athletes at every level, from weekend warriors to elite professionals. She understands and applies massage therapy techniques to assist athletes in achieving peak performance, reducing risk of injury, and decreasing recovery time. Her goal is to help athletes perform better, participate longer, and have a higher quality of life after competition.

Travis Brown,


Travis Brown brings over 15 years experience working with athletes of all ages and levels. He started his higher education at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN where he received his B.S in Exercise Science. While at UT, Travis played defensive back & special teams from 1995-1998. His class graduated as the highest winning team in Tennessee history, with a 46-5 record. Before graduating in 1999, Travis began a part-time position with the UT Strength & Conditioning program, which helped him earn his M.S in Recreation Administration in the spring of 2001.

After finishing graduate school, Travis moved to Atlanta, GA to take a position at ING, as the Assistant Coordinator, Fitness Coordinator.  In his fourth year, he accepted a position as Manager, Fitness Center & Wellness Coordinator. In 2005, he also joined XPE as an Assistant Speed & Strength Coach at XPE Sports for several years. During his time there, he worked with numerous NFL draft picks. Travis has presented numerous times at the NSCA Georgia State Clinic on the Functional Movement Screen, as well as the NSCA National Conference on teaching young athletes Olympic lifts. In 2009, Travis joined Speed To Win, to help coordinate the Certified Training Partner program as the Director of CTP and helped assist in placing numerous speed stations throughout the southeast.

Travis provides coaching in areas of: speed, agility, strength, conditioning, plyometrics, Olympic lifts, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, functional movement screening and corrective exercises for the functional movement screen.