Dr. Brandon Hard is the clinic director at Liberty Upper Cervical Chiropractic in Newnan, Georgia. Graduated with honors, he finished his chiropractic education at Life University.
In his clinic, Dr. Hard makes sure that his patients feel comfortable when they first walk in for their initial evaluation until they complete the entire process. He encourages questions during his consultations. Dr. Hard also makes sure that everyone involved understands the procedures and approaches. By resolving any concerns at the onset, Dr. Hard believes that clarity helps ensure successful results.
Dr. Hard specializes in Orthospinology, a gentle approach that provides ultimate chiropractic care to his patients. He designs customized strategies that target his patients’ specific concerns.
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