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Robert A. Hayden, DC, PhD, FICC
Iris City Chiropractic Center
Griffin, GA

About Robert A. Hayden, DC, PhD, FICC

Dr. Robert Hayden is a chiropractor in private practice at Iris City Chiropractic Center in Griffin, GA. Dr. Hayden specializes in Cox Flexion Distraction/Disc Decompression technique.

Dr. Hayden began his health care career in nursing, where he served as a Cardiovascular Clinical Nurse Specialist, an Executive Director of a state nurses’ association, continuing education consultant, delegate to the American Nurses Association, and registered lobbyist while in professional nursing.

In 1995, Dr. Hayden earned his doctorate of chiropractic degree from Life University in Marietta, GA. That same year, he established Iris City Chiropractic Center. While primarily a chiropractic clinic, his practice also serves the occupational health needs of his community. Dr. Hayden also holds a doctorate degree from the University of Mississippi located in Oxford, MS.

Dr. Hayden is a 3-term past president of the Georgia Chiropractic Association, and he currently chairs the Editorial Committee for the state journal. In 2009, he was recognized as a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractic, which is the chiropractic profession’s highest international honor.

In February 2012, Dr. Hayden was honored with a Presidential Leadership Award by Dr. Keith Overland, President of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). Dr. Hayden is an active member of the ACA. He serves as member of the media team as a spokesperson and serves as the delegate from the state of Georgia.

Articles Written by Robert A. Hayden, DC, PhD, FICC

Traveling with Sciatica: Tips to Ward Off Low Back and Leg Pain

Sciatica pain radiates through the lower body from the low back to the hips, buttocks, and down the legs. This means that flights and driving that anchor you to a seat can aggravate your sciatic nerve pain.

Is the Weather Worsening Your Back Pain?

How changes in the weather may cause back pain to increase, and 6 tips to help you keep seasonal and weather-related pain at bay.

Articles Reviewed by Robert A. Hayden, DC, PhD, FICC

Chiropractic Treats Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Dysfunction

Dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint is a common cause of SI joint pain, which may involve sacroiliitis, inflammation of one or both joints.

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