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Did you know that most migraine sufferers either learn to deal with their agony or they rely on prescription drugs for relief.

Not only are those drugs addictive, but they often have harmful side effects.

Before you resign yourself to relying on pills or to suffer needlessly, let Dr. Ali Dean Sakhai show you how modern Chiropractic methods can not only relieve your headaches, but improve your quality of life.


Dr. Ali Dean Sakhai is one of the few Chiropractors in North Alabama that is on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners and qualified to administer NRCME commercial driver medical exams.

  • We come to your office
  • Get more of your drivers cleared faster
  • Lower rates than most NRCE options around

We come to you, speeding up the process of getting your drivers cleared for work.

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Dr. Ali Dean Sakhai, as a NRCME medical examiner, knows how to write the reports on your personal injury cases accurately and intelligently avoiding mistakes

  • Fast and reliable
  • Accurate reports
  • Clear and concise information

The Docs at Doc on the Spot have written thousands of reports that have helped patients get on with their lives.

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Dr. Ali Dean Sakhai
Madison Chiropractor | Doc on the Spot | (256) 325-0526

190 Lime Quarry Road Suite 111
Madison, AL 35758

Tennessee Valley Chiropractic Care 

Huntsville, Madison, Athens, and Decatur. Morgan, Cullman, Limestone and Madison Counties.

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Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Ali Dean Sakhai

    Dr. Sakhai knows your time is important and we're all looking to save money. That's why he firmly believes that most issues that can be addressed by Chiropractic care should be much improved in the first several visits. Don't believe the clinics that try and talk you into long treatment plans or chronic therapy. Bottom line, if Dr. Sakhai can't treat you quickly and efficiently, he won't waste your money pretending he can.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have been there only a couple of times and I am already noticing a big difference. Less frequent headaches that are not as severe. Thanks Doc!"
    Yelp Review
  • "I was in a car wreck and was hurting pretty bad. Doc got me me feeling better and got my records to my lawyer quick. My lawyer said Doc's record of my injuries and treatment helped me win my case. Thanks doc you're the best!"
    Yelp Review
  • "Dr. Sakhai is just a great doctor. He's down to earth and you don't ever feel like he's trying to sell you on stuff you don't need. I hate going to the doctor, but I never mind visiting Dr. Sakhai because I feel like he's also a friend."
    Garth N.

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