Jacqueline T. Pearson, MD

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

Of greatest importance to me is the well-being of my patients. I believe in efforts toward preventive medical care, striving to keep patients off medications if possible. When medications, medical technology or referral to medical specialists is necessary, I realize that careful consideration to choose only the best for my patients is of paramount importance. I work very hard to nurture an effective doctor-patient relationship and gain a great deal of joy from sharing laughter with my patients.

Physician Profile


Utica College of Syracuse University
Utica, NY
Bachelor of Science, Biology 1988
Phi Epsilon Omega International Honor Society
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Master of Science, Exercise and Sport Sciences 1990
Medical School
University of Florida, College of Medicine
Gainesville, FL
Doctorate of Medicine 1995
Graduated with Honors in Research
Shands Hospital, University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Medical College of Georgia
Augusta, GA
Internal Medicine 1996-1998



Hospital Affiliations

Northside Hospital
Gwinnett Medical Center

Honors and Awards

Albert J. King Award for Excellence in Medical Research 1992

Published Works

Tucci, J., Carpenter, D., Pollock M., Graves, J. & Leggett, S. "Effect of reduced frequency training and detraining on lumbar extension strength."Spine17(120): 1497-1501 1992
Carpenter, D., Tucci, J., Pollock, M., Graves, J. & Mananquil, R. "Effect of repositioning on interday reliability of lateral lumbar spine bone measurements using the dual energy X-ray absorptiometry." Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 24(5): S6
Pollock, M., Garzarella, L., Graves, J. Carpenter, D., Leggett, S., Lowenthal, D., Fulton, M., Foster, D., Tucci, J. & Mananquil, R. "Effects of isolated lumbar extension resistance training on bone mineral density of the elderly" Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 24(5): S66 1992


Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
MedX Strength Testing Certification, University of Florida, College of Medicine

Patient Testimonials

  • Member: Carol

    I believe it was a God thing when Dr. Pearson decided to transition her practice to MDVIP how many years ago? Regardless, I had 2 ...

  • Member: Lee

    Dr. Pearson and her staff have been walking every step of the way this past year and 1/2 as we struggle to find what auto immune d...

  • Member: Brian

    I've been a patient of Dr. Pearson since 2007. When she announced she was moving to MDVIP, I was uncertain about the change and if...

  • Member: Lee

    I really don't know where I would be today if it wasn't for Dr. Pearson and her staff. I have been recently been diagnosed with an...