Meet Randy Risner, D.C.
I'm Dr. Randy Risner D.C., I was born in Tiffin, OH and relocated to the Savannah area back in 2000. After having practiced in different areas around Savannah, St Simmons and Rincon, I'm thrilled to be serving patients in the city of Richmond Hill.
After serving in the US Navy at the Norfolk Naval Station in the mid to late 80's, I moved back to my hometown to be closer to family. I then realized my passion for wellness and helping others through chiropractic. I attended & received my Bachelor's of Science at Heidelberg University. In 1997 I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic where I received my Doctorate of Chiropractic.
My personal mission is to impact as many people as possible with the power of chiropractic, and I'm grateful every day that I'm able to make a difference in the lives of those I serve. My biggest motivator is the smiles of my patients that no longer experience pain and are now able to sleep, walk or run.
In my free time I enjoy surfing, golfing and spending time with my six beautiful grandchildren. My favorite quote comes from the wise words of B.J. Palmer: "Medicine is the study of disease and what causes man to die. Chiropractic is the study of health and what causes man to live."
It can help with
Chiropractic care improves joint mobility, function & health.
Adjustments can improve blood circulation by bringing in new blood.
Calms & Energizes
Calms a hyperactive mind and energizes a depressed mind.
Strengthens Immune System
Spinal adjustments have been shown to boost immune function because they serve to correct the spinal misalignments that cause neural dysfunction.
Chiropractors help the body's alignment to relieve pain and improve function.
Nerve System Function
Helps to remove interference from the nervous system so the body can perform optimally.
"Fantastic Chiropractor. Definitely the best in the area. I’ve been seeing him for over 20 years. I would highly recommend him."
— Casey Coran
Focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health.