ASU Alumna Succeeds in Chiropractic Field
By Aliyah Muhammad/ASU Intern
For Chiropractor Dr. Lamardra Lee-Hall, a proud graduate of Alabama State University (1997), health care has always been her career path.
“After receiving a sports injury my senior year in high school, I wanted to help those going through the same thing. So, I made chiropractic a career choice,” Lee-Hall said.
Since then, the Florida native who now resides in Atlanta, Georgia, has been in business successfully for more than 15 years. She is now the owner of her new practice, Fresh Start Chiropractic, LLC.
To succeed in the health care field and be a successful busines owner, Lee-Hall shared some tips.
“Be a people’s person and treat your customers like you would treat your family because 95 percent of business comes from references, “ Lee-Hall said. “Also, anything in life takes dedication and hard work. So, be patient.”
Lee-Hall has a long-term commitment to community service. She currently participates and hosts a number of health care fairs and wellness seminars across the Atlanta Metro Area.
She also is active in various organizations: March of Dimes Atlanta Chapter, YWCA Marietta, Georgia, and Georgia Chiropractic Association.
When Lee-Hall is not working or giving back to the community, she is an adjunct professor at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College, where she teaches anatomy and physiology,
Through her educational journey, Lee-Hall credits ASU for the many life lessons that prepared her for where she is today.
“Alabama State helped me become a great communicator, note-taker and a better writer,” Lee-Hall stated.
While attending ASU, where she received her B.S. in biology, Lee-Hall volunteered at local hospitals and laboratories. She also became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Inc.
Lee-Hall received her doctorate degree in chiropractic studies at Life University in Marietta, Georgia.