How did it all start?

As of September 2002 to receive a Doctorate of Chiropractic one has to attend school for 8 years. Dr. Gordon graduated Life College (University), Marietta Georgia, in September 1995, exactly 100 years after the discovery of chiropractic.

Dr. Gordon opened his first clinic in Robertsdale, Alabama in June 1996.  The phone number was 947-HELP, his practice focus was preventative care.  Dr. Gordon and Annie started out with $500 dollars, a lot of hard work, and a dream.  He worked delivering the Pensacola News Journal News paper from 4am to 6 or 7 am, as a Chiropractor from 9 or 10 am till 4 or 5 pm, then as a waiter at a restaurant on the Gulf Shores beach.  Annie worked at Shoney’s if Foley, Alabama.  That year he saw about 40 patients and made an estimated $ 10,000 dollars as a chiropractor.

He opened his second clinic in Mobile, Alabama at 2172 St. Stephens Rd, January 1997, the Tuesday after Dr. Martin Luther King’s Day.  At the Mobile clinic Dr. Gordon focus on treating personal injury patients.  He started marketing his practice around March 1997, with radio and television ads, and post cards and still uses the same marketing techniques today.  As of  March 2000,  He has the largest clinic in Mobile; as for square footage, and the amount of chiropractic physicians employed.  Dr. Gordon closed his Robertsdale Clinic in or around June 1997.

He opened his third clinic, which would be his second operating clinic, in Mobile on 2800 Dauphin Island Pkwy.  October 1999.  He is pictured here spreading out gravel for his parking lot. 

On March 2000, He opened his fourth clinic, at it’s current location on 5400 Zeigler Blvd. In Mobile.  Giving him 3 clinics in Mobile.

In December 2001, he opened his 5th (4th in operation) clinic in Montgomery Alabama at 1215 E. South Blvd. 

Dr. Gordon now has 5 clinics, with the newest being located in Birmingham Alabama.

Why have you grown to be one of the largest chiropractic clinics in Alabama ?

Dr. Gordon attributes his growth to hard work, sometimes his work day starts at 4am and ends as late as 1am.  Dedication to his craft,  and his constant giving back to the community in which his clinic is located.  As Dr. Sid Williams founder and former President of Life University taught, "Give for the sake of Giving" are the reasons for his success.

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How has Alabama Injury & Pain Clinic given back to the community?

We have constantly given back to the community….

  • We have given a 50 to 60 passenger bus to the Boys and Girls Club

  • We help sponsor   Gospel Fest annually.  A show that brings to town such greats as Lee Williams.

  • We’ve given up to 150 Box fans to the elderly, and to families in need.

  • Every year we give school supplies to children in need.

  • Monthly, we give presents to our patients, by drawings, 19” televisions, electric massagers, DVD players, etc.

  • Every year we give 4 lucky patients an experienced vehicle.  One per clinic.

  • We helped sponsor Howard Hewitt in 2002, and  Glenn Jones in 2003, 100% of the profits went to the Prichard Boys and Girls Club.

  • Though there are normal fees for other services, we do  give free bus passes to any acutely injured patient, we give ice packs to all patients, and green instructional books to all patients. 

  • Currently have contest “Million Dollar Give Away”,  every Friday the general public gets to give a 5 number combination.  If the safe opens, the person wins.  The prize varies from $ 200 to $2000 dollars, Dr. Gordon’s choice.  (Contest may be cancelled by dr. Gordon at his discretions)

  • We have 2 fifteen passenger buses, to loan out to churches;

Dr. Gordon gives annually to other causes and organizations in the great state of Alabama

Where can I find" your offices?





Email link below for more info.


Alabama Injury & Pain Clinic

5400 Zeigler Blvd.

Mobile, Alabama 36608
(251) 342-7246
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Alabama Injury & Pain Clinic          

2172 St. Stephens Rd

Mobile, Alabama 36617
(251) 476-7246
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Alabama Injury & Pain Clinic

2800 Dauphin Island Pkwy. 

Mobile, Alabama 36605

(251) 473-7246

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Alabama Injury & Pain Clinic

1215 E. South Blvd

Montgomery, Alabama 36116
(334) 280-3246
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Birmingham Information Coming Soon!!


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