Dr. Jason McCloskey
Driven by a deep desire to facilitate healing of complex issues, Dr. McCloskey’s mission is to empower and equip patients and their families by expanding their tools with cutting-edge research, nutrition, chiropractic, and rehabilitation modalities. Jason’s experience with the human form is extensive, having secured a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science, minoring in Psychology and Chemistry from Georgia College & State University, post-graduate certifications as a Certified Personal Trainer from the American College of Sports Medicine and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as advanced graduate work in Sports Injury Management from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Jason graduated Parker University in Dallas, Texas as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2017, completed his Childhood Developmental Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders coursework with Dr. Robert Melillo, and became a Fellow of the International Board of Functional Neurology as a specialist in Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders in the summer of 2018. He is also currently pursuing a diplomate with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Consistent and quality clinical outcomes are paramount, and he enjoys working with patients suffering from numerous conditions including neurodevelopmental disorders, movement disorders, traumatic brain injuries, neuro-vascular and neuro-metabolic diseases, vestibular disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, and orthopedic injuries.
Dr. McCloskey is from Peachtree City, Georgia. He was acknowledged with Georgia's State Player of the Year award in 2007 as a goalkeeper on his state championship soccer team and maintained his passion for all sports, especially European soccer and College football. His other passions include cooking, reading at local coffee shops, creating music, traveling, and training his 3-year-old German Shepherd, Munich. His interest in complex neurological cases began when his mother developed a severely debilitating chronic pain disorder, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, following a botched hip replacement surgery in 2003. At the time CRPS was an enigma to most doctors and treatment seemed to stall for close to a decade. While at Life University he discovered the clinic on campus operated by Dr. Ted Carrick, the father of Chiropractic Neurology (clinical neuroscience physicians are using instead of medications or surgeries focusing on receptor-based stimulation as a specific treatment modality for patients with complex neurological cases). After being treatment-resistant for a decade, a week of rehabilitation with Dr. Carrick proved to significantly decrease her pain, enabling her to reintroduce many aspects of every-day life and normality she hadn't been able to enjoy up until that point. The philosophical shift from symptom management to addressing dysfunctional physiology at a core level was paradigm-shifting in how he viewed treating patients. He has devoted much of his time over the last five years sharpening his craft with two of his mentors, Dr. Brandon Brock and Dr. Robert Melillo pursuing a mature understanding of the brain and interwoven organ systems to help patients with complex issues.