Dr. Tom Le Lievre grew up on the beautiful island of Jersey in the Channel Islands. He completed his undergraduate at Loughborough University, England where he graduated with first class honors in Exercise Science. Dr. Le Lievre was a college athlete and at the time a patient of Jean-Pierre Meersseman’s, the former medical team director at AC Milan football club. It was he who encouraged Dr. Le Lievre to apply to chiropractic college in the USA and a few months later he had earned a scholarship to study at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic. During his time in Chiropractic College Dr. Le Lievre immersed himself in the field of applied clinical neuroscience and neurophysiology delivering regular lectures to the student body and would go on to graduate as Salutatorian, receiving the Learning Theory and Critical Thinking award.
Dr. Le Lievre attributes his initial interest in health to his mother who was always exploring alternative and natural ways to take care of her and her family. This, in combination with a myriad of sports related injuries eventually saw Dr. Le Lievre wind up in a chiropractor’s office.
He was intrigued by the unique manner that his chiropractor assessed the body as an interrelated whole instead of separate organs, systems and parts. This initiated an interest which would later develop into a deep passion to study the true meaning of health and a paradigm that acknowledges the body’s ability to heal and thrive with a focus on preventative and proactive health.
After graduating Dr. Le Lievre worked as an associate chiropractor in San Francisco at one of the leading health clinics in the nation, Azzolino Chiropractic Neurology and Integrated Wellness. Here he trained under the President of the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology Board and past President of the California Chiropractic Board, Sergio Azzolino, DC. In addition to traditional chiropractic care the clinic specialized in cutting edge functional medicine and functional neurology addressing post-concussion syndrome, developmental disorders, auto-immunity, gut dysfunction, fatigue, mold and heavy metal toxicity as well as Lyme disease.
Dr. Le Lievre holds his Diplomate in Chiropractic Neurology and is certified in Applied Kinesiology through the International College of Applied Kinesiology. He is currently in full time clinical practice serving the North Atlanta community.”