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  • Dr.
    Mary Watkins
    D.C.

    Dr. Mary Watkins, D.C. has been licensed since 1985 by Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She graduated from Black Hawk College in Moline, Illinois and went on to get her formal Chiropractic education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.

    Dr. Watkins, D.C. is Board Certified by National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and has done Chiropractic training in Orthopedics, Neurology, Impairment Rating, Cervical Spine, Lumbar Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Physical and Lab DX, Radiology, Fractures and Casting, Orthopedic Review, Whiplash.

    Dr. Watkins, D.C. served as the 2008 President of the Georgia Chiropractic Association - District Seven, and a member of the Board of Directors of the 2009-2010 Georgia Chiropractic Association. She has now been elected as the 2nd VP of the 2010 - 2011 Georgia Chiropractic Association. Dr. Watkins, D.C. serves on the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is the President of the Georgia Chiropractic, District Seven.

    As a young lady facing the trails of becoming a young woman, Dr. Watkins, D.C. had excruciating cramping pain each month. After being told by a family physician that she would grow out of it, her parents took her at age 14 to a local chiropractor in Davenport, Iowa. His chiropractic adjustments not only took away the pain, but also regulated my monthly cycle. It was right then and there that Dr. Watkins, D.C. knew exactly what she wanted to be when I grew up. 'It is a decision I have never regretted. There is nothing more satisfying than helping my patients overcome pain and on the road to wellness through chiropractic,' said Dr. Watkins.

  • Dr.
    Amanda Watson
    D.C.

    Dr. Amanda Watson, D.C.has been licensed as a Doctor of Chiropractic since 2003. She attended Shorter College in Rome, GA and Life Chiropractic University in Marietta. Dr. Watson has done post graduate training in Chiropractic Extremities Adjustments and Rehabilitation of the Spine.

    Dr. Watson, D.C. and her family are involved in the Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club and in their church. She and her husband are the proud parents of one son, one daughter and two grandchildren, Maddy and Jayden.

  • Dr.
    Nadia Cameron
    M.D.

    Dr. Nadia Cameron, M.D. is the Medical Director for Watkins Total Healthcare. She received her undergraduate degree from Oakwood College in Alabama and her medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in California. She did her residency at the Florida Hospital East Orlando in Family Medicine. Dr. Cameron, M.D. lives in Lawrenceville and enjoys living near her sister and nieces.

  • Dr.
    Soammy Matias
    D.C.

    Dr. Soammy Matias, D.C. is the newest member of our chiropractic family here at Watkins Total Healthcare. Dr. Matias was born in New Jersey but grew up in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. She received her Bachelor of Science in 2013 from the University of Puerto Rico. In July 2013, she moved back to the States to attend Life University in Marietta. Dr. Matias received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in December 2017 and as of May 2018, she is now seeing patients here at Watkins Total Healthcare! When she is not working, she loves to spend time with her niece, Victoria.

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  • "Best of the Best ! I would recommend anyone to this wonderful staff. I went in with so much pain, after a few visits I felt so much better, it was then that I realized just how much pain I was actually in. I'd give them 10 stars if it would go above 5!"
    Sam H. / Gainesville, GA

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