Dr. Colt Wilibanks

Dr. Colt grew up in Selmer, Tennessee where he first learned about chiropractic after sustaining various weightlifting injuries. He later went on to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Dr. Colt attended Logan University and graduated in 2016 with Magna Cum Laude honors. While studying chiropractic at Logan, he also received over 200 hours of chiropractic acupuncture training that assisted him in receiving his acupuncture certification.

Dr. Colt has a passion for educating not only his patients, but students and other doctors as well. Dr. Colt is an Adjunct Instructor for Logan University as well as an instructor for SORSI, Sacro Occipital Research Society International. He currently also serves on the Board of Directors for SORSI.

In his spare time, Dr. Colt enjoys weightlifting, watching sports, BBQing, and spending time with friends and family.

 

 

Dr. Hyacinth Robinson

Dr. Robinson was born and raised in the St. Louis area. Completed a Bachelor in Human Biology and went on to graduate from Logan University in 2006. She has been a Chiropractic Physician at Atrium Health Services since December 2013. She specializes in Family Chiropractic, Pediatrics, Pregnancy, and Nutrition and is a proud mother of three beautiful daughters and three handsome sons.

Dr. Robinson continues to contribute to the healing of individuals through SOT.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Joseph Unger, Jr.

Dr. Unger is a member of Sacro Occipital Research Society International, Inc. (SORSI), a professional association whose members utilize Sacro Occipital Technic™ (SOT®) in their practices. A past-president and chairman of SORSI, Dr. Unger currently serves on the SORSI research committee, and he has been a certified instructor for SORSI since 1979. In addition to SOT® and SOT® Craniopathy, Dr. Unger is certified in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP). His sub-specialties include homeopathy and nutritional counseling, and is certified in acupuncture.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Patrick Bronder

Raised on the east coast, he graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1982. He participated in football and track in high school and football and rowing in college. He went on to train for the national rowing team following college.  Dr. Pat graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1997 where he was President of the SOT® Club, Class President and Student Body President. He also received the Student Clinicians Award. He brings a diverse background of recreational, familial, educational, professional, industrial and athletic experiences to the chiropractic table. He specializes in personal health and fitness as well as the care of personal injury patients based on SOT® principles.

Dr. Pat was the coach for the St. Louis Rowing club from 2009 until 2020. He finds great joy in sharing his knowledge of the sport as well as his understanding of how the body works and proper body mechanics.

He has been married since 1987 to his beautiful wife Debbi and together they have raised three fantastic children.

 

Amanda Simpson

Office Manager

Amanda started with Atrium as a Chiropractic Assistant in October of 2020. In January of 2021 she went back to college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus in Supply Chain Management. In April of 2022 Amanda started her transition into the Office Manager role as Belinda prepared for retirement. She is excited to be working with such an amazing team of doctors and hopes to continue to provide an exceptional experience for all.

 

 

 

 

 

Belinda Schubert

Retiring Office Manager

After 27 years with Atrium, I have turned over the reigns as Office Manager to Amanda and will be retiring in September. It has been my great pleasure serving our patients (our families and friends) and being able to work with this amazing, outstanding, and compassionate group of exceptional Chiropractors!! I only wish everyone knew this type of chiropractic and how much this really works!!! I have heard so many times from patients “this is amazing”, “I can’t believe how great I feel”, and “this is magic”. It will be difficult to leave, and I will miss everyone so much!