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Meet The Staff

  • Shelba

    Shelba brings ten years plus of experience with her as a chiropractic assistant/therapist.  She resides in Eastman with her husband Steven and daughter Taylor.  Shelba prides herself in her work and loyalty to family and the chiropractic profession.  She and her family enjoy the benefits of chiropractic and the prevention of disease it offers.  Shelba has received numerous national awards for her dedication and commitment to the chiropractic profession.

    The friendships over the years are a 'priceless' bonus she receives from her job.  Feel free to contact her with any questions you might have regarding chiropractic and the benefits it can offer you or your family.

  • Sheena

    Sheena graduated Dodge County High School in 2008.  She continued her education at Heart of Georgia Technical College earning her Medical Business Administration degree.  When not helping patients, Sheena enjoys spending time with her son Bradyn, traveling, and participating in other activities that include the whole family.  Sheena looks forward to assisting in the care of each patient helping to get they need, and getting to know each one of you.

    Her favorite Bible verse is Philippians 4:13, 'I can do all thing through Christ who strengthens me.'

  • Kathy

    Kathy graduated with honors from Dodge County High School in 1999.  She has been employed at Bearden Chiropractic Center since 2001 as a Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist.  Kathy is married to Joey Brown and lives in Eastman with their three dogs.

    She is very passionate about her job.  She has received multiple national awards for her enthusiasm, dedication, and service to the practice.

    Kathy goes above and beyond to help insure that patient needs are met.  Witnessing the miraculous changes in patient's lives everyday is a constant reminder of why she loves what she does.

    In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family, shopping, gardening, and photography

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  • "Excellent staff who really really care about their patients!!! They treat you like family instead of just another patient I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Bearden Chiropractic Center"
    Kyle D. | Eastman, GA

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