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2699-A Sandlin Rd. SW Suite 3

Decatur, AL 35601 US


Hardy Chiropractic Staff


Kelly Dutton

Chiropractic Assistant

Kelly joined the Hardy Chiropractic team in January 2007.  With over 20 years experience in cheerleading, Kelly has learned the importance and need of chiropractic care.  She continues her love for the sport by coaching competition cheerleading at Southern Spirit Cheer Academy.

Kelly attends Epic Church where she partnered with them and Children's Cup to travel to Swaziland Africa for missions work.  This has been a life changing experience and she plans to continue on this journey with outreach ministries.  Kelly believes in living life to the fullest and enjoys helping others do the same. (John10:10)


Latosha (Tosha) Henderson

Chiropractic Assistant

Tosha joined Hardy Chiropractic in February 2011.  She has 17 years experience in pediatrics and family medicine.  Tosha is married with 2 children.  Elijah is attending his 2nd year at Calhoun Community College and Rodney is a junior at Hartselle High.  Her husband, Kevin, is in the military and they reside in Hartselle.  She enjoys traveling, writing short stories and spending time with her family and friends.


Courtney Jones

Courtney Jones

Chiropractic Assistant

Courtney joined Hardy Chiropractic in September 2012.  She enjoys spending time with her little girl, Jaci Rae and their family on the farm.  Jaci Rae attends Moulton Elementary School where she plays softball.  Courtney is also a big Crimson Tide football fan and enjoys going to Bama games and tailgating...Roll Tide!!

Courtney has a unique perspective on life due to the fact that she and Jaci Rae lost everything in the tornadoes of April 2011.  As a result of this tragedy, she knows that life is precious and knows what is truly important.

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  • "Great Service! Friendly staff. My husband and I have gone for regular monthly treatments for 15+ years. Regular alignments keep us healthy!"
    Jean P. / Decatur, AL

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