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Meet the Chiropractor


  • Dr.
    Rod Sones
    Chiropractic Physician/Owner

    Dr. Sones is a Louisiana native who grew up in the small town of Jonesville, LA. He completed his undergraduate degree at Northwestern State University from 2004-2008 where he earned a B.S. in Exercise Science. He then attended Parker University in Dallas, TX from 2008-2012 where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic along with a B.S. in Human Anatomy and a B.S. in Health and Wellness. While attending Parker University, Dr. Sones was chosen for an internship in Bogota, Colombia where he worked with the Colombian Olympic and Para-Olympic athletes.

    After graduation, Dr. Sones and his wife, Amber, moved to New Orleans, LA where he joined the American Back Institute team. There he was part of a multi-disciplinary facility that worked with athletes from local high schools, universities, and professional sports teams.

    In October of 2014, Dr. Sones and his wife decided to move to her hometown of Birmingham, where he opened his current practice, ProHealth Hoover Chiropractic and Rehab.

    Dr. Sones has dedicated himself to learning the best techniques to treat and prevent injuries both swiftly and effectively, therefore shortening recovery time, and preventing future setbacks. He looks at the principals of biomechanics in developing an effective treatment plan based on the patients’ individual needs to help keep them active and pain-free in their everyday activities. He has been trained in many musculoskeletal techniques including, but not limited to, Active Release Technique, Graston soft tissue therapy, Kinesio Taping and non-surgical spinal decompression. Dr. Sones is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Alabama State Chiropractic Association, Jefferson County Chiropractic Association, Hoover Chamber of Commerce and is on the Governmental Affairs Committee for the Alabama State Chiropractic Association.

    Dr. Sones’ love of sports carries over into his practice. He enjoys working with athletes of all ages and skill levels to treat and help prevent common sports injuries. He likes to spend his time teaching and educating not only patients, but also parents and young athletes about the importance of proper biomechanics and the prevention of injuries.

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Monday:

7:30am

5:00pm

Tuesday:

7:30am

12:00pm

Wednesday:

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5:00pm

Thursday:

7:30am

5:00pm

Friday:

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12:00pm

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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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