||Matthew H. Sweat was born May 1, 1958, in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated
from Norcross High School in 1976. Following Graduation, he entered Auburn
University and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree.
As a child, he was introduced to the Occipital-Atlanto-Axial complex
by his father Dr. Roy Sweat who is considered one of the foremost chiropractic
authorities in the field. After graduating from the University of Auburn,
he entered Life University in Marietta, Georgia in January of 1985 and
completed the four-year course of study in January 1989.
Dr. Sweat has been in private practice in Atlanta, Georgia since 1989
and currently resides in Norcross, Georgia with his wife Tecla.
Accomplishments and Publications:
Co-authored several articles on Electroencephalography of brain damaged
and epileptic children before and after upper cervical adjustments.
Past President of the Upper Cervical Society at Life University.
Awarded a 2 year research scholarship at Life University.
Recognized as an Outstanding Young Man of America in 1989 for his professional
achievements, superior leadership ability, and exceptional service to
Received certification in Videofluroroscopy in 1990 by the Joint Motion
Study Research Society in coordination with Life University.
Received Board Certification in the Atlas Orthogonal Program through
Sherman College of Chiropractic.
Chairman for the Certification program of the Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic
Lectures on the Atlas Orthogonal Program throughout the United States,
Canada, and Japan.
Currently on the Board of Directors of the R.W. Sweat Foundation.
Associate Professor at Palmer, and Parker Chiropractic Colleges.The Atlas
Orthogonal program is taught as an elective course at Palmer College
of Chiropractic, Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, Parker College
of Chiropractic, and Life University.
Dr. Matthew H. Sweat D.C., B.C.A.O