Dr. Troy Zacherl
He was accepted at Life University, Georgia. During his four years at Life, courses included biochemistry, a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology, X-ray, diagnosis, chiropractic adjusting techniques and patient care with the 1996 Olympic Athletes in the Life University Campus.
Dr. Zacherl is married to Lorraine and they have four children, Kallah, Chloe, Kelly and their lastest Charlotte! They appreciate the calmness that homebirths have afforded them and have used HypnoBirthing techniques (which Lorraine is an instructor for as well). They are all being raised holistically (if that sounds interesting, be sure to ask Dr. Zacherl to explain!).
In his spare time, Dr. Troy loves to play golf. He also enjoys spending time with his family taking bike rides, running cross country or swimming. Lorraine enjoys yoga and tennis. Besides having four children, she spends some of her time planning events with Junior League of Erie, teaching people how to cook and live gluten free, teaching HypnoBirthing, leading Zumba classes, volunteering and attending a Bible Study group. Kallah is busy with Cross Country, dance classes and getting involved in her community through volunteering in middle school. Chloe loves tumbling, dance and loves to learn math. Kelly is a ham and loves to climb and explore. She’s enjoying dance classes and play groups with her mom and Charlotte. Charlotte is their youngest, at 9 months, who’s trying to keep up with her sisters and is already walking!
The Zacherl family leads a healthy lifestyle that includes: exercise, natural foods, whole food supplements and Homeopathic remedies. (If this sounds interesting to you, ask Dr. Zacherl to explain). Their exercise regime includes: weights, swimming, CrossFit and biking along with cardio exercises. They avoid refined processed foods, toxic chemicals in their home and limit their impact on the environment
During his four years at Life, courses included biochemistry, a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology, X-ray, diagnosis, chiropractic adjusting techniques and patient care with the 1996 Olympic Athletes in the Life University Campus. After graduating, he also worked with the Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars, WCW Wrestler, and PGA Golf Professionals. Chiropractic nutrition is the use of diet and food supplements used to support the chiropractic adjustment and the tool for addressing the biochemical aspect of the subluxation. Standard Process offers whole food supplements made from organic food sources to replenish the body so it can once again be healthy.