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Meet the Team


  • Lindsey Huddleston
    Office Manager

    Lindsey has been with ProHealth Hoover since 2014 and has been a vital part of the company’s growth. She brings more than 10 years of medical office and administration experience to the ProHealth team. She ensures the patients have exceptional service and is happy to help with insurance questions, arranging payments, and scheduling appointments to fit any busy lifestyle. Lindsey strives to be compassionate and professional with each patient that comes into the office.

    Lindsey has lived in the Birmingham area for over 20 years. She enjoys spending her time with her husband and daughter; as a family, they enjoy going to the beach and watching the Auburn Tigers. War Eagle!!

  • Sarah Beth Mathews
    Patient Care Coordinator

    Born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Sarah Beth now lives in Birmingham with her husband, son and two American Bulldogs. She has a true passion for taking care of others and helping them have a better day. While helping assist Dr. Sones with patient care, Sarah Beth also aids in communication between Dr. Sones, the patient and other healthcare professionals about their current condition.

    When she's not working, Sarah Beth enjoys spending time using her artistic skills to create bright and colorful artwork. She loves snow skiing, white-water rafting and deep-sea fishing with her husband. She also looks forward to her annual family vacation to the Florida coast where sweet memories are made. Sarah Beth pulls for the Crimson Tide, loves life and is always up for a challenge.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30am

5:00pm

Tuesday:

7:30am

12:00pm

Wednesday:

7:30am

5:00pm

Thursday:

7:30am

5:00pm

Friday:

7:30am

12:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Dr. Sones takes the time necessary to listen to what his patients issues are and then designs a custom treatment plan specifically designed for that patient. He is on the cutting edge of chiropractic techniques and certainly is the best of the best!"
    Frank B. / Hoover, AL

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