MEET THE TEAM
Meet Dr. David Sanders
Dr. Sanders moved to Satellite Beach when he was five and was called into the chiropractic profession at the age of 17. He had been given a bible and decided to read it. He got to Luke 4:40 which says "those that had various diseases, brought them to Jesus, and laying hands on each one, he healed them." Being spiritually naïve, he thought Jesus was using chiropractic and at that moment, he knew that he was called to be a chiropractor!
Dr. Sanders has a beautiful wife who is a pediatric nurse practitioner and is encouraging and supportive of his neurology studies. He also has three awesome children, an awesome son-in-law, and an adorable fur grand baby named Rosie. While growing up in Satellite Beach, he enjoyed living on the barrier island and had his fair share of surfing, fishing, boating, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
When he is not practicing or studying neurology (which is rare), he enjoys hanging out with his family, traveling, flying with his son, photography, painting, reading, listening to music, playing the guitar, rocking the bass at church, studying art, astronomy, boating, fishing, scuba diving, biking, and hiking.
Hi, I'm Murphy. I may look like a dog but I am really a chiropractic assistant. I like hanging out at the front desk (behind a locked gate) and greeting everyone. I love hugs, am pretty sure I am a lap dog, and really enjoy eating treats! My hobbies are going on walks, galloping like the wind, playing outside, spending time with my fur-ever family, and getting my tummy rubbed. I can't wait to meet you!
Learning to crawl in the hallways of Atlantis Brain & Chiropractic Center, Hallie has been helping her dad, Dr. Sanders, with caring for patients, working the front desk, navigating technology, and even answering the phone since she was six!
With a love and passion to serve others, Hallie works as a speech-language pathologist and over the past five years has been employed through Brevard County Public Schools serving individuals with speech and language difficulties. She also has experience working in a private pediatric practice, the UCF Aphasia House, and the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology center helping others communicate with assistive technology.
In the future, Hallie and her family, (husband Asa and fur baby Rosie) have dreams of opening up a private speech and language practice. When not working, you will find Hallie leading a young adults group from her church, enjoying sugary sweets, and binge watching all the medical dramas on TV.
Growing up in Satellite Beach, Dr. David Sanders decided to be a chiropractor at 17 years old. Read more about his story and get to know him a little better.
"His ability to innately know what is wrong is a gift from God. I would highly recommend that anyone that needs neurology or chiropractic care see him! I am highly blessed and honored to be Dr. Sanders' patient."