Paul L. Donaldson, Jr., D.C.
Doctorate of Chiropractic
Paul L. Donaldson, Jr., D.C., CCSP®, born and raised in Atlanta, GA, graduated from Life Chiropractic College in December 1996 and has been a licensed chiropractor in Georgia, Tennessee and Michigan since 1997. He owned a private practice, Donaldson Chiropractic Center, in Waynesboro, GA, between 1998 and 2010. In January 2009, he accepted a Faculty Clinician position in the teaching clinics at his alma mater supervising patient care by Level III interns at the off campus Turner Chapel Community Outreach Clinic. At present, Dr. Donaldson is a LIFE University full-time faculty member supervising patient care by interns in the Center for Health and Optimum Performance’s department of Functional Kinesiology. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience of starting and operating a successful private practice with students on the verge of graduation while mentoring interns on their patient recruitment, education and care management skills. He is an enthusiastic advocate of LIFE University’s Vitalistic Health philosophy and believes the key to successful patient care is a strong foundation in the Eight Core Proficiencies and Lasting Purpose.
Dr. Donaldson is certified in Cox Flexion Distraction, but personally prefers providing care with Full Spine/Diversified technique. He is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Sport Health Science with a concentration in Sport Injury Management, along with a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. Besides all things chiropractic, his interests include, but are not limited to, Rotary International, UGA sports, skydiving, scuba, golf, motorcycles, microbiology and going down the road “less traveled.” He ranks his involvement with Spinal Missions Inc., LLC, providing chiropractic care to the populace of a third world country, as one of the most rewarding accomplishments in both his professional and personal life.
His favorite quote is, “With great power comes great responsibility.”