In Memoriam of Dr. Clark Stull
Dr. Stull was in practice for over 35 years serving the Middle Georgia area. Originally from Valdosta GA, Dr. Stull played football and baseball starting at eight years old. He was captain of his high school baseball team and was all-region in football as a receiver at Valdosta High School in 1975. It was during his junior year in high school that he injured his neck lifting weights. He was encouraged by his best friend to see his dad, a chiropractor, for help. Reluctantly, after several days in terrible pain and not being able to move his neck, he relented and finally saw the chiropractor. In less than five seconds, after his first adjustment, he was totally out of pain and could move his head and neck freely. He knew at that moment that he wanted to be a chiropractor! The rest is history.
Dr. Stull went to Valdosta State College and Life Chiropractic College in Marietta GA. He then interned with Dr. Robert Brown in Macon GA and fell in love with the city. After graduation, Dr. Stull decided to “set up shop” here and immediately found his home. His practice soon became one of the largest practices in the state, seeing hundreds of people each week.
He continued his education and received his Chiropractic Orthopedist degree from Texas Chiropractic College. He also received his Masters Certification in Whiplash Injuries from The Spine Institute of San Diego. He served on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Chiropractic Association from 1992-1994 and was re-elected in 2011. He was elected President of The Georgia Chiropractic Association in 2018.
He is survived by his wife, Donna, their four children. and grandchildren He enjoyed deer and turkey hunting, scuba diving, and working in his yard and flower gardens.