Cafe of Life

So since my Typhoid shot @ Emory last week my back has been hurting horribly. Rather than backpacking in Europe with back that feels like someone’s stabbing me in the shoulder with a javelin, I decided to go see a chiropractor. This place, Cafe of Life, came highly recommended by my friend Paige so I gave it a shot.

The receptionist here was very friendly and pleasant. There was virtually no wait for regular customers but because I was new I did have to hang-out for about 20 minutes before anyone could see me. When I was seen, there was short interview about my ailments, then a quick, painless, “tune-up” by Bart Precourt and I was on my way feeling great. That area in my back is still sore but I have a feeling it’s only a side-effect of the Typhoid Vaccine because my body feels really good otherwise.

Before you go on any extended travel I think it’s a good idea to make sure you’re in tip-top shape before you’re miles away. The Emory Travel Clinic provided a wealth of information briefly discussed here. But if it’s your back that needs some work, I highly reccomend the guys at Cafe of Life.

The Cafe of Life
1014 Piedmont Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30309-3702