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2000 Riverside Pkwy

Lawrenceville, GA 30043 US

678-407-8230

About Us

  • Dr.
    Raymond T. Alexander

    Dr. Alexander began his healthcare career as a Chiropractor, graduating from Life University in Marietta, Ga. in 1988. Prior to studying Chiropractic, Dr. Alexander worked in the transportation field in New York. He always felt he had a greater calling and his sincere desire to improve the health of others led him to Chiropractic. It is this same dedication to improving the health of others that inspires Dr. Alexander to continuously expand his knowledge of the human body and to explore new methods of providing natural, alternative healthcare.

    Today Dr. Alexander describes himself as a Wellness Consultant.  His emphasis is not only in the treatment of pain and injury using his extensive chiropractic training but in providing care and consulting in all aspects of natural healthcare to help his patients strive for and achieve optimal health and wellness.

    Dr. Alexander's accomplishments include:

    • Doctor of Chiropractic since 1988.  Successful chiropractic treatment of 1,000's of patients for pain, injury, and structural problems.
    • Certified NAET practitioner since 1998.  NAET is a natural, non-invasive method for identifying and treating allergies of all kinds as well as other health issues.
    • Certified in B.E.S.T. (Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique), a gentle touch method of resetting the energy balance of the body, helping improve the immune system and relieving pain.
    • Extensive studies in Applied Kinesiology (AK)  Utilizes the principles of AK to balance the nervous, muscle, and organ systems for optimal functioning and to help identify areas of weakness in those systems.
    • Clinical Nutrition Certificate of Completion for 100 hours of clinical nutrition.
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    Dr. Alexander believes that for the body to achieve true and lasting health it must be provided with proper nutrition. With today’s fast paced life styles, the overprocessing of foods, and extensive use of pesticides and hormones in growing produce and livestock, it is extremely difficult to provide the body an adequate balance of nutrients. For that reason Dr. Alexander has studied a variety of methods for testing for nutritional deficiencies. He has also researched a wide variety of nutritional supplements to be able to provide the most complete and balanced nutrients to overcome those deficiencies.

    Dr. Alexander believes in “listening carefully to the patient’s concerns, treating them as I would a member of my own family, in short…taking the time to care.”

  • Ally Silva

    Ally  is our Front Office Manager and has been part of our practice since August 2015.  She takes care of greeting, scheduling, checking out, and answering any questions our patients may have.  Ally is currently a junior attending Georgia Gwinnett College and working towards a degree in Biology.  When she's not studying she likes to spend time with her husband, Eddie and their new addition, Coco, a chihuahua/terrier mix.

  • Christine Sarkar

    Christine is our Insurance and Billing Specialist.  She has been here since 2012 and has had the difficult task of keeping up with all the changes taking place with health insurance.  Christine is our 'go to person' for anything insurance related.  Her husband works for Delta Airlines which gives them the opportunity to travel the world.  When Christine is not jetting off to faraway locations she enjoy spending time with her extended family and many friends.

  • Odette Russell

    Odette, who joined our practice in July 2014, is our Assistant Director of Wellness and Community Affairs.  She is responsible for organizing, scheduling, and participating in our community outreach activities.  These include corporate and community health fairs, wellness and stress screening events, and health lectures to educate the public on various methods for staying healthy.  In addition to her outreach duties she also acts as a Patient Educator for our new patients.  Odette recently completed her Ph.D in Health Psychology.  Outside the office, as a Grandmaster in Martial Arts, Odette teaches martial arts and self defense classes.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Closed

Wednesday:

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Thursday:

Closed

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Whole Health has greatly improved my quality of life! My MS symptoms have diminished significantly. Dr. Alexander truly cares about helping you feel well and living your best life. The staff is wonderful too! If you are looking for a healthy alternative to overcome any health situation."
    Natalie A. G.Lawrenceville, GA

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