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Fred Roberto DC
Dr. Fred Roberto received his education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA where he studied Sports Medicine. He then graduated from Life University in Marietta, GA in 1995 where he received his doctorate in chiropractic. Dr. Fred is a renowned authority on the natural laws of health and healing. He has owned and operated one of the largest natural healthcare facilities in the country for over 13 years. He has co-hosted the TruHealth Atlanta radio show, is program director of Extreme Makeover: God's Way and the Maximized Living Makeover. He is a key player in the Maximized Living movement which is focused on redefining the wellness industry.


Dr. Roberto's calling into healthcare started as a child with his battle with severe, debilitating migraines. Even at a young age, Dr. Fred did not accept this as normal nor did he believe that medication was the answer. It was as if God charted a course ending with the discovery of the principles of chiropractic and resolution to the suffering. As a result of this battle, Dr. Roberto has become an expert on migraine headaches and has helped thousands find relief.

Dr Roberto has dedicated his life to revolutionizing our current healthcare crisis and he spends much of his time speaking in both the secular and non secular arenas. Dr. Roberto is an accomplished athlete and a physical fitness advocate and is a team doctor and peak performance expert for USA Wrestling, USA Judo, and USA Weightlifting. He is also the creator of the MaxT3 exercise program for Maximized Living. Dr. Roberto resides in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA with his wife and three children. Dr. Roberto prides himself on his service in the community through partnering with local schools, volunteering as a youth coach in Soccer and Wrestling, serving on local advisory boards, heading up an annual food drive for Calvary Children's Home, an annual benefit for a local homeless shelter (Must Ministries), lecturing at local organizations, health/spinal screenings, and the like.
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