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Meet the Chiropractors

Drs. Dan and Tatum Johnston graduated from Life University in September 2011. Life University is recognized throughout the world as a top institution and regularly has the highest National Board test scores in the nation. Both are board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in all four parts, as well as physical therapy.

Dr. Dan Johnston received his bachelor’s degree, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry, from Troy University in Troy, AL. He grew up in Montgomery, AL where he first found his love of chiropractic while playing sports in high school. He realized that chiropractic adjustments helped him perform at his optimum potential. While at Life University, Dr. Dan was involved in the Full Spine and Gonstead Technique Clubs. Dr. Dan loves working with athletes, but also strives to help everyone meet their full potential no matter what their age or condition.

Dr. Tatum Johnston graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.S. degree in Nutrition. She grew up in Enterprise, AL where she was first introduced to chiropractic at a young age when she sustained a neck injury. Before finding her true calling and enrolling into chiropractic school, she worked as a Registered Dietitian for three years. While at Life University she was actively involved in the Gonstead Technique Club and held numerous officer positions in the club. She was certified in the technique as a student and uses it to treat patients of all ages today.
 

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Monday:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Thursday:

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3:00 pm - 6:00 pm **

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  • "Love the doctors and the staff. They are very efficient, and I rarely have to wait more than a few minutes for my appointments. My goal is supporting optimal health through keeping my body tuned up, and their goal and culture is aligned with mine."
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