Dr. Roderick White

Dr. Roderick White graduated from Samford University in 2000. He continued his education in St. Louis, MO and received his second bachelor’s and doctorate degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. Dr. White was on the Dean’s list and served as a class officer and was chosen as a lead intern.

Dr. Roderick White is board certified in all four parts of the National Chiropractic Boards, administered by the NBCE (National Board of Chiropractic Examiners), along with the physiotherapeutic national examination. Dr. White is also state board certified in the great state of Alabama.

He also has been certified by the San Diego Spine Institute for the treatment and management of whiplash patients and received certification through Spidertech for Kinesio taping.

Before making the move back home to Alabama, Dr. White served the community of St. Louis and helped them utilizing chiropractic. He helped patients in the South Roads Chiropractic Clinic and St. Patrick’s Center.

When not in the clinic, Dr. White is part of the adjunct faculty at Jefferson State Community College where he teaches Human Anatomy & Physiology.

Dr. White and his wife have been blessed with two daughters. Dr. White is usually spending time with his bride and their daughters when not in the office, but sometimes he can be found on the tennis courts or golf course. He also enjoys St. Louis Cardinals baseball.

Dr. White has been blessed to help many families in central Alabama with chiropractic care. He treats patients of all ages and also has had the opportunity to help many athletes from local high school and college teams.

Book your appointment today with Dr. White and learn how chiropractic may be able to help you.

Below if a list of recent lectures and continuing education meetings Dr. White has attended:

  • Soft Tissue Treatment (FAKTR-PM). Dr. Tom Hyde
  • Nutrition Basics. Dr. Dan Murphy
  • Lower Extremity Dysfunction: The Practical Impact on Biomechanics, Soft Tissue & Neurology. Dr. John Downes
  • A New Systematic Approach to Bone Disease & Active vs Inactive Spondylolysis/Spondylolisthesis: When is Contact Sport Participant