Dr. Elizabeth Miller (formerly Trindade) grew up in Michigan and moved to Georgia to attend Life University College of Chiropractic after graduating from WesternMichiganUniversity. She first became involved in chiropratic as a child when her mother took her brother to the chiropractor for recurrent ear infections. They cleared up and her mom always brought her along for wellness adjustments. Both she and her brother were very healthy kids. She has enjoyed the preventative and wellness benefits of chiropractic care for over 30 years!
She now resides in the Smyrna/Vinings area with her husband John, daughter Adaline, and their pets.Dr. Miller graduated from LifeUniversity in 2000 and worked in two different chiropractic offices in Georgia before coming to Historic Roswell Chiropractic.She purchased the practice in 2005 from Dr. Kenneth Hicks and has been very happy with her decision.She loves the Roswell community and looks forward to moving her home to the area.
Dr. Miller is committed to the health of the community of Roswell and surrounding areas. She is an active member of the Georgia Chiropractic Association and the Chiropractic BioPhysics organization. She frequently attends continuing education seminars to learn the latest chiropractic research and techniques.She usually has more than three times the required amount of these credits, as she is a life-long student at heart!
In addition to chiropractic, Dr. Miller is an applied clinical nutritionist and a graduate of the Advanced Clinical Training program of Nutrition Response Testing. This makes her one of only 299 masters of the technique in the country. In the last three years, nutritional services have been a focus of the practice. She enjoys helping others improve their lives and their health with food.
In her free time, Dr. Miller enjoys reading, camping, hiking and exploring the Southeast.
Rachel Stockwell, D.C.
Dr. Rachel Stockwell grew up in Traverse City, Michigan with her mom (also Dr. Stockwell) and three brothers. Never expecting to become a chiropractor, she moved to Chicago, Illinois after high school to attend DePaul University. There she received a degree in psychology - but also realized she was absolutely meant to follow in her mom's footsteps and be a doctor.
After six great years in Chicago, she packed up her car and moved herself and her dog to Atlanta, Georgia where she fell in love with the easy southern living and perfect four seasons.
Dr. Stockwell graduated from Life University in 2012, where she ran the Chiropractic Biomechanics of Posture (CBP) club for three years. She was also elected as Student Council President for the last year of her career there and served on several committees alongside the administration.
Shortly after graduation, Dr. Stockwell was elected to the Alumni Association Board and looks forward to serving the Life community for years to come. Dr. Stockwell is very active in the Chiropractic Biomechanics of Posture group and thoroughly enjoys chiropractic research. She has a firm understanding that every body has the amazing ability to heal itself and she looks forward to giving the patients at Historic Roswell Chiropractic the opportunity to thrive.
Stephanie Smith grew up in a small town near Pelham, Alabama and moved to Canton, Georgia in November of 2007. Prior to working at Historic Roswell Chiropractic, she worked as a professional photographer - which also happens to be a hobby she is passionate about.
Starting at Historic Roswell Chiropractic July of 2010, she was introduced to both Chiropractic and Nutrition which opened up a whole new world to her. She suffered from painful stomach aches, often reduced to tears by them. Through Nutrition Response Testing, she was able to find out what the underlying cause was of them and with a program designed specifically for her, she healed and has not had one stomach ache since! She has also addressed and handled various other nonoptimum conditions through nutrition and now tells everyone, "SEE US!" She gets adjusted regularly and as a result, sleeps better and doesn't experience swelling or pain in her feet like she used to. This allows her to enjoy extra-curricular activities such as painting, reading and missionaire work in foreign countries with her church.