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151 Fly Creek AveSuite 411

Fairhope, AL 36532 US

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About the Doctors and Therapists

  • Dr.
    Justin Southall

    Dr. Justin Southall was born and raised in Ripley, West Virginia where he was a two year All-State and State Champion pole vaulter in 1999 and 2000. He then took his athletic career to the University of Akron where he was a three year letterer as a decathlete and javelin thrower. He graduated magna cum laude from the University Of Akron in 2004 with a B.S. in Sports and
    Exercise Science.

     Next, he pursued his dream of chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated cum laude in 2007. Before relocating to the Fairhope chiropractic clinic and the Eastern Shore in 2010, Dr. Southall practiced chiropractic for 2 years in Baton Rouge, LA at Sonnier Chiropractic Clinic.

    He is currently the Team Chiropractor for the minor league baseball team, Mobile Bay Bears. Team Chiropractor for the University of South Alabama Jaguars all sports, and he was the Team Fascial Distortion Model specialist and chiropractor for 2014 Fairhope Pirate football team. He was an instructor for Fascial Distortion Model where he’s helped teach the Arizona Diamondbacks and LSU’s athletic training medical staff as well as practitioners across the nation.

    He is full body certified including complex protocols, nerve entrapments and Master’s in Active Release Technique (ART) and has completed training in SFMA and Functional Movement Systems. 

    Dr. Southall met his wife, Dr. Tobie Southall, at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas in September of 2005 and was married in November of 2006. The two of them are proud parents of Kaden 'Fisher' Southall, Killian Lancaster Southall, and Sadie Madden Southall.

  • Dr.
    Tobie Southall

    Dr. Tobie Southall graduated Suma Cum Laude from Louisiana Tech University with a B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science and then graduated Salutatorian Suma Cum Laude from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX in 2006.

    She began practicing in Dallas while waiting on Dr. Justin to graduate. She then practiced in North Mobile for 2 years before joining Eastern Shore Chiropractic in 2011.

    From 2013-2015, Dr. Tobie helped 100's of patient lose thousands of pounds of fat with her nutrition and diet background in Ideal Protein. She has studied pregnancy and pediatric related chiropractic for over 2 years.

    If you're a new patient, Dr. Tobie will be the first to examine you and take the appropriate steps to get you on the right path to better health and less pain.

  • Dr.
    Stephanie Harrison

    Dr. Stephanie Harrison grew up in Gulf Shores, Alabama where she was active in sports and graduated from Gulf Shores High School. While living and working in Gulf Shores, she attended the University of South Alabama, where she graduated in 2013 with a B.S. in Biology.  Dr. Stephanie also met her husband, Tyler, while living in Gulf Shores. She then pursued her dream of helping people to better health by attending Chiropractic College at Life University in Marietta, GA.  After three and a half years of school in Atlanta Dr. Stephanie and Tyler were ready to come home! In January of 2017, she completed a six-month internship with Dr’s. Justin and Tobie Southall of Eastern Shore Chiropractic & Sports Clinic. Dr. Stephanie is Webster certified, a specific pregnancy technique, and is also one of few in the area that are a certified Active Release Technique provider.

  • Chase Moye
    LMT, ART, FDM

    Chase is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, but has lived in Saraland, Alabama for most of his life. He attended the Alabama Fire College, and became a fire fighter at age 19. He then attended the University of South Alabama where he became a Nationally Registered Paramedic and then attained a B.S. in Emergency Medical Services. Chase worked as a fire fighter/paramedic for several years before continuing his education at Alabama Healing Arts in Mobile, Alabama.

    Chase specializes in soft tissue modalities with a focus on sports related injuries. Chase is certified in Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) and is a certified Active Release Technique provider.

    Chase is married to his beautiful wife Natalie and they have one son, Elliot. They currently live in Saraland, and call it home!

  • Pam H. Reaves
    Certified Rolfer™, LMT #4657

    A native of the eastern shore, Pam, has always been an active person. Whether it's running, yoga, barre, or boot camp, she is always moving. In 2000, a horseback riding accident left her in pain and long-term physical limitation for the first time in her life. Experiencing Rolfing® she was able to walk without pelvic pain and knew she had stumbled onto the answer she had been looking for. Inspired by her personal experience with this unique bodywork, she dedicated herself to becoming a certified Rolfing® practitioner. Being able to train at the original school of structural integration in Boulder , CO afforded not only highly skilled training but life experience. Rolfing® is Pam's way of transforming lives through the power of touch.

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Eastern Shore Chiropractic & Sports Clinic

Monday:

8PM - 12PM

2PM - 6PM

Tuesday:

8PM - 12PM

2PM - 6PM

Wednesday:

8PM - 12PM

2PM - 6PM

Thursday:

8PM - 12PM

2PM - 6PM

Friday:

8PM - 12PM

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  • "I am also a RN, and will recommend him to all my patients who are tired of living with pain. Life is meant to be enjoyed, and Dr. Justin can give us our life back."
    4:15.17 Marathoner, R. Dumas / Daphne, AL

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