Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Craig Steingraber, DC


Southeastern Regional Medical Center

"Being part of a more comprehensive team, all working together for the good of the patient, has always been my desire as a health care clinician."

- Craig Steingraber, DC
Craig Steingraber, DC


  • Doctorate, Chiropractic - Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, TX
  • BS, Human Biology - Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, TX


  • Chiropractic Sports Physician, American Board of Chiropractic Physicians
  • Board-eligible Diplomate, American Board of Chiropractic Nuerology

Practicing Since: 1991

As a chiropractor with Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at our hospital Newnan, Georgia, Dr. Craig Steingraber's main goal is to help patients feel better by using soft tissue manipulative therapy to enhance nervous system function.

"Chiropractic medicine has always interested me because it is about helping patients with health care concerns using a natural, drug-free means," says Dr. Steingraber. "It’s so much more than just helping back or neck pain. It’s about how the nervous system works and how it controls a lot of who we are and what we do."

Dr. Steingraber joined CTCA in 2012 because he was interested in working together with others to treat cancer patients. A licensed chiropractor since 1991, he is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Georgia Chiropractic Association and International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation. 

Dr. Steingraber earned both his Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas. He is a board-certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and a board-eligible Diplomate with the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology. He holds advanced certification in whiplash traumatology and mild traumatic brain injury. He continues his post-graduate study in these and related fields.

For Dr. Steingraber, the focus of chiropractic care is to enhance the body’s ability to heal itself naturally. "Because of how our nervous system is wired, this quick stretch of tissues attached to bones, known as 'adjustment,' can create many different health and body benefits, one being reduction of pain," he says. "By reducing discomfort, we provide more energy for the patient to combat the disease that we all want to beat."

Exercise always has been a big part of Dr. Steingraber’s life. An avid triathlete, Dr. Steingraber has finished triathlons at various distances. Dr. Steingraber also enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two children.

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