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6703 Shannon Parkway, Suite 13

Union City, GA 30291 US

(770) 964-3334

Meet Our Team

Lori Okun, D.C.

Dr. Lori Okun attended State University of New York @ Albany. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College in December 1987. After graduation, she did vacation relief work until she opened an office in Union City, Georgia in February 1989 with Dr. Louis Okun. Dr. Lori Okun is a full spine practitioner utilizing gentle drop technique and diversified manual technique.

Louis Okun, D.C.

Dr. Louis Okun graduated from Life Chiropractic College in December 1987 after completing his undergraduate work.  Dr. Louis Okun practices full spine with an emphasis on the Pettibon technique.  Dr. Louis is also in the process of learning about neurology from the Carrick Institute.

STAFF INFORMATION

Exam Technician - Anitra Smith graduated from Everest College 2015. She was apart of the NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) and was awarded with the opportunity to be an ambassador. She joined the Family Chiropractic team in December 2015 after her serving her externship for Everest College.   Anitra loves the family oriented environment that Family Chiropractic provides to its employees as well as its patients. Outside of work, since November 2011, she has been choreographing dance for the youth at her local church and also coaches cheerleading. She loves working with youth and inspiring them to reach their dreams! She inspires them by teaching "no matter what obstacles come your way never give up." 

Exam Technician - Estendare Estimphile "E" is from Tampa Florida. She went to college at FIU and Miami Dade for nursing to become the chief of staff at a hospital. She is currently in college majoring in business administration. She plans on being a successful entrepreneur in the near future. Some of E's hobbies include listening to music, drawing, and reading. Since she is a libra she loves all things of beauty. 

Office AssistantMaria Cardenas, the friendly face you see behind the counter when you first walk in the office, is a 2014 graduate from Sandy Creek High School.  She is the oldest out of three children and is very family oriented. Maria joined the Family Chiropractic team in November 2015. On her free time she enjoys playing soccer and dancing. She also speaks fluent Spanish and is also excellent with children.

Office Manager - Rejina Hendricksen, D.C.  Has worked in the chiropractic field since she was 16.  She has always held chiropractic dear to her heart and dreamed about becoming a chiropractor one day.  In 1996, she moved from her small hometown in New Jersey to Marietta, Georgia to attend Life College, School of Chiropractic.  She graduated with honors in 1999.

As life proves to have its twists and turns, Dr. Hendricksen was hit by a car in her own office while she was caring for a patient.  She feels ever so blessed to have the opportunity at Family Chiropractic to continue in the chiropractic profession, but just a little more behind the scenes! 

If you have any questions about payment in the office, health insurance coverage, auto accident questions, please feel free to ask Rejina.

At times, if you are lucky, you may even get to experience Rejina wearing her Dr. Hendricksen hat. When Drs. Okun are out of town, she fills in for them to care for the patients.

When Rejina isn't at the office, she is enjoying her husband, two sons and three cats.  She loves going on vacations, reading, and relaxing.

Family Chiropractic - Devoted, family-oriented practice with our patient's optimum health as our goal. 

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Office Hours

Monday:

9-12

3-6:30

Tuesday:

Closed

Closed

Wednesday:

9-12

3-6:30

Thursday:

Closed

Closed

Friday:

9-12

3-6:30

Saturday:

9-12

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Location

Proudly serving: Union City, Fairburn, Palmetto, College Park, Newnan, East Point, Riverdale, Tyrone, Peachtree City

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