DR. DIANA HUSK, DC
Dr. Diana Husk was born in Clearwater, Florida, raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and currently resides in Cumming, Georgia, her home for the last 14 years, with her husband, Dr. Jeremy Husk. After graduating from West Forsyth High School in 2010, she attended Valdosta State University and studied biological sciences with an emphasis on nutrition. Dr. Husk’s father, Dr. Charles Fleming, is also a chiropractor, so she has grown up with a passion for chiropractic and helping others.
Dr. Husk graduated from Life University's College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia. She is certified in the Webster Technique, a chiropractic specialty promoting an optimally healthy pregnancy. She is currently working on her ICPA diplomate, a program enhancing her knowledge in pediatric health disorders and wellness. She has also done extensive post doctorate pediatric training with Epic Pediatrics.
Dr. Husk is incredibly excited and proud to be serving her home of Cumming, Georgia! Go Wolverines!
Claire is the first smiling face you see when walking into our office and is one of Dr. D’s closest friends! She’s a firm believer in chiropractic and has been adjusted regularly ever since chiropractic helped heal her chronic migraines. When she’s not in the office, she loves exploring the culinary arts and wandering the great outdoors with her fiance, Eric, and their energetic black lab, Pj. She’s passionate about supporting our community in getting and staying healthy, and we are so delighted to have her as part of our tribe!
Hey friends - my name is Cooper, the Westie. My job is to make sure every practice member has a great experience at CFC, and to greet everyone with a wagging tail.
I love playing, sleeping, and eating. I can't wait to meet you when you come to see me!
You're all here just to see me, right!?
And mamas, don't worry - I love playing very nice and sweet with your little humans!
"The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet, & in the cause & prevention of disease"
- Thomas Edison