Dr. Todd M. Titus graduated from Life Chiropractic College in 1996 as a Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Titus also holds a B.S. in Nutrition and has obtained a post graduate degree as a Certified Chiropractic Sports physician. One of only 5,000 Chiropractor worldwide holds this degree. Dr. Titus is also a full body certified Active Release Provider (ART). Active Release Technique specifically treats the soft tissue structures and is utilized in almost every professional sports arena. Dr. Titus was an avid wrestler and runner in his youth and has worked with many high school and college athletes. He has also worked as the Team Physician for the 2006 National Tae Kwon Do championships in Downingtown, Pa. He was honored to be the team Doctor for all Amkor Karate studios as well as treat athletes from all over the east coast. Dr. Titus was a treating Active Release Provider at the 2007 Ironman Triathlon in Panama City, Florida. Dr. Titus currently works with the SCAD swim and cross-country teams. He has also worked with the Athletic Training Dept. at Georgia Southern treating athletes on the basketball and football teams. Dr. Titus is also a veteran of Desert Storm. In 1991 he was station in Saudi Arabia attached to Fleet Hospital 15, a mobile field hospital supplying medical care for our troops. Dr. Titus is licensed in Pa, NJ, and Ga.
After 10 years in solo practice in Pennsylvania, Dr. Titus and his family have followed their dream of living in the South. Dr. Titus specializes in family chiropractic care, sports injuries, cumulative injuries, carpal tunnel, headaches, repetitive strain injuries, back pain and many other musculoskeletal injuries. The staff at Titus Family Chiropractic pride themselves in only accepting those we can help. Patients are treated for pain relief as well as corrective care incorporating onsite one on one strength training.
I'm Frank Singletary, the founder of Healthy Habits Personal Training. I hold a personal training certification from The American Council on Exercise or ACE. My bachelor's degree was earned from Shepherd College, a small school in W. Virginia. While there I was a defensive starter on the Shepherd's NCAA Div 2 football team for 3 years. As an undersized lineman I thrived on clashing with much larger opponents. The world of athletics was the best way for this chunky kid to control his weight. Once I played my last game I began to pack on the pounds. I ballooned to 280lbs.
After a few years of feeling way older than my actual age I had had enough. I used my background in athletics to build habits to battle against this opponent, my increasing waistline. Continually increasing my knowledge of the body has not just been a selfish pursuit. I became a fitness trainer to help others create their own success stories.
Losing the weight is only part of the story. Keeping 60+ lbs off for over 16 years has had its own set of challenges. I've used a mixture of exercise and sensible eating to offset the particular hurdles life has sent my way. Inevitable set-backs that make attaining and keeping any goal a daily test. What struggles do you have? Do you need the assistance of Healthy Habits? My plan is not necessarily your plan but the principles I use for a healthy lifestyle are the same for everyone. I'd like to help.
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Todd Norris graduated from The Savannah School of Massage Therapy in December 2008 with his degree in Massage Therapy. At that time he began working at Titus Sports Chiropractic as a Licensed Massage Therapist. During 2009 Todd completed training in Active Release Technique to become full body certified.
In November 2009 he was part of the ART Treatment Team at the Ironman Competition in Panama City, Florida. In February 2010 Todd obtained his Medical Massage Practitioners Certification. From 2009 to the present time, Todd has been involved in the treatment of the SCAD swim team, SCAD softball team, Summit Gymnastics gymnasts, pro golfers and tennis players. In addition, Todd is part of the Official Treatment Team of the Savannah Storm Professional Basketball Team.
In 2004 Todd moved from Pennsylvania with his wife of 21 years and 3 daughters, to make Savannah their permanent home. Prior to becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist, Todd was in the mortgage banking industry for 19 years. In his spare time he enjoys exercising, playing tennis, watching his daughters compete in gymnastics and spending time with his family.