Kaitlyn Vanstrien, D.C.
Dr. Kaitlyn grew up in Southwest Michigan and received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Professions from Grand Valley State University. She continued her education in Marietta Georgia where she graduated from Life University in March of 2016, receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree, and graduating Summa Cum Laude in her class. As a student, she traveled to El Salvador on a mission trip to provide free chiropractic care to hundreds of families in need.
Dr. Kaitlyn has a passion for working with pregnant moms throughout their entire pregnancy, and also adjusting baby once they arrive. She is scheduled to take the Webster certification course in the upcoming months, and also plans to become fully ICPA certified. Not only does she have experience working in a family wellness practice taking care of entire families, but she also has experience working with several athletes. She has had extensive training with ART (Active Release Technique) and has been around sports here entire life. Her love for soccer started at a very young age, and she played on various travel teams growing up. To this day, she continues to play on recreational teams around Atlanta, and you can find her at most of the Atlanta United games, cheering on The Five Stripes!
Marcia Lancaster, D.C.
Dr. Marcia Lancaster
Kacey attended Valdosta State University and worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant throughout college. She has always been extremely passionate about helping others. Under treatment and through her career at Vital Life, she has realized that her passion is not only helping others by loving and caring for them but also going one step further and educating them on how the body is self-developing, self-maintaining and self-healing. She hopes that her past experiences will help her reach people and give them knowledge and awareness that there ARE other alternatives to drugs and surgeries, to ensure they live a happy, healthy lifestyle.
Licensed Massage Therapist
From a young age Saleemah had a passion for teaching and helping others. As the second oldest of 7 children, she’s always been in the role of “nurturer.” She began her professional career as a classroom educator. In 2013, she transitioned from teaching in the classroom to teaching yoga, fitness, and childbirth education classes to pregnant women. Wanting to deepen her knowledge, and constantly being asked to give back and shoulder rubs, Saleemah graduated from Georgia Massage School as a licensed massage therapist in 2015. As a mother of 4, Saleemah has seen the incredible benefits of chiropractic care for her family. At VLHC, she is blessed to be able to provide massage therapy in conjunction with patient’s chiropractic care. Her favorite massage modality is Therapeutic Swedish, it combines gentle relaxing stokes with a firmer pressure than traditional Swedish.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her children, reading, writing, and going to the beach!