Dr. Joseph Marfisi, the doctor at Marfisi Chiropractic Center, attended Life University, formally known as Life Chiropractic College, in Marietta, Georgia; an evidenced based chiropractic school. They were taught to treat people and do things a little differently than the average chiropractor in Georgia. Both, Dr. Marfisi was encouraged to work with health care providers such as medical doctors, physician's assistants, and physical therapists.
After completing his education, Dr. Marfisi moved to South Florida, and soon realized the majority of chiropractors he had met in Florida were not willing and did not want to work with medical doctors. These other chiropractors highly discourage people from seeking allopathic medicine to treat illnesses and pain and even discourage people from getting vaccinations.
Dr. Marfisi moved back to Georgia and established his Chiropractic Center in Watkinsville in the hopes of giving medical doctors evidence-based chiropractors to refer to. A physician's first duty should be to give or seek the best care possible for their patients; sometimes, that means going to see a chiropractor.
At Marfisi Chiropractic Center, the doctors do not believe patients need to be exposed to unnecessary radiation or outrageous long-term treatment plans. Treatment plans at Marfisi Chiropractic Center are based on clinical outcome measures used to evaluate how patients respond to the care given. Questionnaires such as the neck disability index (NDI) and the Oswestry questionnaire are used on a regular basis.