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Marni Capes, D.C.
Dr. Marni Capes has served as faculty in Life University’s College of Chiropractic since 1993 and currently serves as a Professor in the Clinical Sciences Division teaching Extremity Clinical Case Integration, as well as the Chiropractic Sciences Division teaching both the Upper and Lower Extremity Adjusting classes. She is a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) and teaches with the Council on Extremity Adjusting (CEA). She is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP®) and has taught for this program.

Dr. Capes has served as the team chiropractor for high school, college and professional teams that have won more than 25 national championships and generated many All-Americans. She has served with the Georgia Force Arena Football team, Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) pro beach volleyball tour, and provided care at numerous track and field events, running events, martial arts events and tennis tournaments. In her spare time, she maintains a private, part-time practice in Marietta, Georgia.

Keith G. Rau, D.C., CCEP, CCSP®
Dr. Keith G. Rau is an associate professor in the Sport Health Science (SHS) Department and formerly the Director of Sports Chiropractic for Life University’s (Life U’s) Athletic Department. He graduated from Life U in 1982 and joined the faculty in 1994. He combines over 30 years of classroom experience with more than 40 years of clinical experience, which includes traveling with Life U athletic teams for seven years and providing care for college athletes for over 25 years. Dr. Rau has worked with teams that have won over 50 national championships. He has cared for scores of individual national champions along with hundreds of All-Americans. While he was involved with Life U Athletics, their teams won 41 national championships and boasted 108 individual championships and 518 All-Americans.

Teaching in the SHS for many years, Dr. Rau attempts to bring real-world application and the latest research to the classroom and patient care, specifically the care of athletes by chiropractors.

Dr. Rau maintains a part-time private practice in Marietta, Georgia. He is married to Lynnette, and they have a grown married daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons. His interests include golf, reading and hanging out with his family.