Dr. Olivia’s Bio

Dr. Olivia Herrell

In the early ’90′s I decided to become a chiropractor, graduated from Life Chiropractic College in 1998, then hopped in the car and drove to Ventura, California to set up practice. Convinced I’d found home, I threw myself in to work, bought property and settled in. Then the re/de/pression hit Ventura. Business fell off. I sucked it up and paddled harder. One day I realized that I was getting nowhere fast. So after practicing eleven years in California, I decided to move back to Georgia, where the government wasn’t broke and real estate and gas didn’t carry such hefty price tags.

For a year I rented an office in the old Richardson homeplace at 233 S. Carroll Road. In March 2012, I moved my practice to the old Combs residence at 205 North Ave, Villa Rica, a block off Main Street and Prospector’s Park and across the street from World Changers Church (the old Methodist Church).

I have a history in Villa Rica: family and friends, people I grew up and graduated high school with. My plan? To fulfill my life purpose to live, to love and to serve. I get to help others feel better: not only physically, but emotionally, mentally and spiritually. What a great way to earn a living!

And, by the way, that’s all I’m out to do: make a living, not get rich off you. I spend quality time with each and every patient. You will be touched when you leave. I promise.

~ Dr. Olivia J. Herrell

To schedule an appointment (or a free consult if you’re not sure) with Dr. Olivia Herrell call (404) 625-6665 or email droherrell@aol.com. Thanks for stopping by our website. Have a fabulous day!

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