Atlanta, GA August 23, 2018 – AllCore360° is excited to partner with Dr. Joseph Krzemien to launch AllCore360° at Georgia Spine & Sports Rehab. The AllCore360° System dynamically develops the user’s core by leveraging their own body weight and requires no isotonic movement or use of limbs or joints. This allows most anyone to strengthen and stabilize their core, which can lead to better performance in all walks of life.

“The AllCore360° has been a fantastic addition to our practice,” said Dr. Krzemien. “Our clients, who range from stay-at-home Moms, high school athletes, professional athletes and retirees, have experienced a wide range of benefits from the machine in the 10-minute sessions.”

Located in Buford at 4325 South Lee Street, Georgia Spine & Sports Rehab is dedicated to improving individuals’ health and fitness in an effort to reduce the risk of pain, illness, and injury, as well as rehabbing spinal injuries and improving overall health. Dr. Krzemien is the team chiropractor of both the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Dream.

AllCore360° is able to accomplish these improvements in as few as three 10-minute sessions per week, without ever changing out of street clothes. The cutting-edge technology delivers scientifically proven isometric contractions that strengthen the more than 50 muscles from the neck to the pelvis that support the human body.

Georgia Spine & Sports Rehab is uniquely positioned to help its clients. To schedule an appointment please call 770-614-6551. For more information about the AllCore360° System, please visit www.AllCore360.com.

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