When Dr. Allen Arnold was young, he took an interest in chiropractic's drugless approach to health. His family was chiropractic patients, and benefited from periodic spinal checkups from a local chiropractor. In 1963 he married Judy Miles and headed north to Davenport, Iowa where he enrolled in Palmer College of Chiropractic. After graduating in 1966, he and Judy headed back to his hometown of Mableton, Georgia with his diploma in hand and his first son Tripp Arnold, born in 1964. Allen started his practice in 1968 in an office on Bankhead highway. He has maintained his chiropractic practice in the area since that time and has never missed a regular scheduled day in the office since that first day, June 3, 1968. Allen and Judy have three sons: Tripp, Jason, and Mitchell. Dr. Tripp Arnold graduated from Life University, in Marietta, in 1990 and has practiced with his father since then.
The Arnold's life has not been much different from any other family. However, two things do separate them from other people, regular chiropractic care, and no medicine. Since learning of chiropractic's drugless philosophy and about the body's innate ability to stay healthy, it was only logical that this would be the way that Allen and Judy would raise their family. From the moment their children were born, they received a chiropractic spinal checkup and adjustments if necessary. They were not given any medications or vaccinations, and to this day all of their children have remained completely healthy and drug free all of their lives. This life style has rubbed off. Tripp and Mitchell, who is now a chiropractor, now have two children each and all are healthy and completely medicine and vaccine free.
Between Allen, Judy, Tripp, Jason, Mitchell, and four other children, that's 300 years of health through chiropractic, and with no dangerous drugs or surgery. Is it luck, or the Chiropractic Life Style?
The body is an innately, self healing, and self regulating organism. It knows what to do as long as there is no interference. Dr. Arnold teaches and applies this philosophy to every patient that he encounters.