About Your Doctor

Dr. Keith Pruitt is a native of Canton, Georgia.  His secondary education was completed at Kennesaw College and Emory University.  He enrolled at Life Chiropractic College in 1979.  He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1983, with additional certification of proficiency in Chiropractic X-Ray Theory & Practice and Clinical Competency. 

Dr. Pruitt established his private practice in eastern Cherokee County in May of 1983.  In 1984, after months of post-graduate classroom and clinical training, he received his certification from Life Chiropractic College and the International Chiropractors Association in the Care & Treatment of Scoliosis.  Dr. Pruitt has also been a member of the Georgia Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association. 

During his almost 25 years of practice, Dr. Pruitt has seen patients with a variety of injuries, illnesses, and conditions.  His clinical experience, combined with his extensive and ongoing education, has given him the skills and confidence necessary to efficiently and effectively serve his patients’ needs. 

Dr. Pruitt is active in the surrounding community, as well.  A member of Optimist International, through the Sawnee-Cumming Optimist Club, he has served in several positions of leadership in this organization.  In addition to having served as a club officer (President, Secretary-Treasurer, Board of Directors, and chaired several committees), he has served as Lieutenant Governor for the Georgia District of Optimist International, and served as District Governor in 2003-2004.  He was appointed to the New Club Building Committee of Optimist International for the 2006-2007 year.  Dr. Pruitt is also serving as a member of the Board of Directors for CASA of Forsyth County, Inc.

 

Dr. Pruitt and his wife, Cheryl, live in Forsyth County.  He has two daughters, both of whom are in college.  His hobbies include scale modeling, golf, and reading.  He is a member of the International Plastic Modelers Society (he is currently President of the IPMS/Georgia Mountain Modelers chapter in Cumming), and has written and contributed kit and product reviews for the IPMS/USA website and journal.  His scale models have received numerous First Place Awards at local contests.  In 2006, he and others built and donated a model diorama of a World War II C-47 Troop Transport to the Currahee Military Museum in Toccoa, Georgia.