Pearline Allen, DC
Dr. Allen spent her time studying chiropractic at Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Among her time there she excelled in her academic studies and was recognized for her outstanding academic accomplishments, receiving the Harvey Lillard Scholarship. Graduating with honors in Bachelor of science in Biology and Doctorate in Chiropractic, her experience in the field of chiropractic have been focused on personal injury and wellness chiropractic care as she is licensed in New York, Maryland, and Georgia.

Dr. Allen was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York to parents of Caribbean decent. Since, childhood she always had the desire for helping others so becoming a health care professional was a given choice for her. Throughout her professional career she focused on helping individuals realize the importance of innovative health care. As a chiropractor she enjoys introducing patients to holistic care with a global understanding of the functions within the central nervous systems and it’s effect on the human body. For this reason, Dr. Allen is dedicated to serving the community with innovative chiropractic services.

Bridget Randolph, NP-C
I am originally from Ghana, West Africa. I moved to Sweden at the age of 10 where I finished high school then moved to the States. I knew very early on that I wanted to be in the medical field in order to help people. I went to Oklahoma City University and obtained by Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I then pursued further and went to Graceland University, in Missouri, where I obtained my Nurse Practitioner degree in Family Practice. I have since moved to Atlanta after working as an NP in Oklahoma City for a few years. I can honestly say that I love what I do. I enjoy caring and taking care of patients. As a Nurse Practitioner, I don’t just treat illness, I treat people. I hope to be able to be able to make a difference in people’s lives.