Dr. Joon Lee, MD
Dr. Lee is a board certified medical internist who has been in practice for 35 years. He is an Emory trained physician certified in treating soft tissue spinal related injuries. A former staff physician at Southern Regional Hospital, he is also the author of eight books and is frequently asked to lecture on related health topics.
Dr. Michael Hartpence, DC
Dr. Hartpence graduated from Life Chiropractic College with honors. He also holds a B.S. degree in Health and was a former instructor of Clinical Sciences at Life University School of Chiropractic. Dr. Hartpence is certified in impairment ratings and physiotherapy. He has also taken advanced courses in radiology. Dr. Hartpence has been practicing on the Southside of Atlanta for 30 years.
Dr. Jay L. Lerner, DC
Dr. Jay L. Lerner was born in Belleville N.J. and was raised through Junior High School in Kearny, N.J. Dr. Lerner attended Mountain High School in West Orange and The University of Arizona for undergraduate studies. Dr. Lerner became interested in Chiropractic while a student at UA in the 80's. As a member of several competitive intramural teams and after a bicycling accident he underwent care at a local Chiropractor's office in Tucson, AZ. After moving back to NJ following his education at the U of A, Dr. Lerner eventually found a Pre-Chiropractic program at Bloomfield College and enrolled. After finishing Chiropractic College prerequisite courses at Bloomfield, Dr. Lerner attended New York Chiropractic College located in Seneca Falls in upstate New York wine country. Upon graduation from NYCC in 1997 Dr. Lerner moved back to Northern New Jersey with his wife Lee Ann to live, practice and help care for his parents.
Shortly after returning to NJ, Aidan Lee Lerner was born in March 1998. In 2002 , Dr. Jay, Lee and Aidan relocated to metro Atlanta Georgia. Dr. Lerner began his practice at Southern Crescent Clinic in Fayetteville, Georgia in July 2007.
In his spare time Dr. Lerner enjoys spending time with his family and their Black Lab Bubba as well as various sports activities, hiking, biking and spending time at Congregation B'nai Israel in Fayetteville.
Judy Razaitis, PT
Judy graduated in 1979 from Penn State University with a B.S degree in Rehabilitation Education and Geriatrics. In 1984, she graduated from Ga. State University with a B.S degree in Physical Therapy and has worked for over 25 years in various settings including Orthopedics, Lymphedema and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation/Biofeedback. Judy enjoys playing tennis and staying physically active.