Becca Ranz, DO

Dr. Ranz grew up in Murfreesboro, TN, and completed her undergraduate education at Vanderbilt University. She went on to attend medical school at Lincoln Memorial University – DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. While there, she completed a pre-graduate fellowship that involved teaching, research, and additional training in Osteopathic Manual Medicine. She completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Indiana University and is board certified in PM&R. The majority of her work after residency served the geriatric population and this began to spark further interest in preventative and wellness medicine. PM&R is a specialty that is very focused on quality of life and the ability to function at the highest level possible for a given disability and she really uses that mindset with her patients now more than ever. “I want to help each of my patients reach their optimal health potential so that as they age they remain vital, healthy, and strong, and be able to recover from setbacks or illnesses easily.”

She currently lives in Nashville, TN with her husband, two boys ages 5 and 7, and their two dogs. 

Allison W. Thompson MSN, APRN, FNP-C

Allison has been practicing as a nurse since 2015 and became a Nurse Practitioner in 2020. Her background is primarily in inpatient cardiology, electrophysiology, and plastic and reconstructive surgery. She has had the opportunity to work with patients of all backgrounds and varying health statuses. “I am passionate about the work we do here and am learning something new every single day.”

She is from Georgia (a rarity!) and lives in Roswell with her husband, two dogs, and a 4-month-old son Brooks. She is an exercise junky; she loves her Peloton and CrossFit.

Diana Rivero MSN, APRN, FNP-BC

Diana has been a nurse since 2017 and has practiced in the 3 ICUs of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami FL, as well as being a Director of Nursing in Denver, CO where she started their pediatric nursing program. After COVID, she moved back to Miami to get her master’s degree from the University of Miami (Go Canes!). During her time in graduate school, she had great experiences in Oncology and Surgical weight loss. It was at this time that she learned and understood the importance of preventative medicine. “I have developed a passion for preventative medicine and advocating for the better of our patients. I was missing the mountains and having seasons, so I came out to GA to start my career in Preventative and Anti-Aging Medicine.”

She has two beautiful fur-babies who love playing with the frisbee and hiking to keep her busy on her days off. She loves to travel and immerse herself in different cultures to learn all about the world around her.