Jay Brodwyn, DC
Dr. Jay attended the University of Miami and then entered Life Chiropractic College from where he graduated in 1981. After working in Atlanta for six months, he moved to Columbus to begin his practice in 1982. In 2012 he and his fellow doctors opened Brodwyn Military Chiropractic at Ranger Joes to serve those that have served us. He has taken postgraduate training in extremity adjustment, Activator Methods, sports medicine,the 100 hour Erhardt X-ray Seminars, to name a few.
Most recently, he finished a rigorous course in the non-surgical treatment of scoliosis of which he is the only certified doctor in Georgia to do so. Dr. Jay is a past member of the Columbus Jaycees, Toastmasters and was a Senior Arbitrator of the Better Business Bureau. He is also a past member of the Executive Board of the PTA and served on the executive committee of the United Way. Dr. Jay currently is a member of the North Columbus Rotary Club, serves on the advisory board of Virginia College and is on the administrative board of St. Paul United Methodist Church.
In 2004, he was voted Chiropractor of the Year in the southeastern United States, winner of the Reader's Choice Award 17 years running and Muscogee Mom's Choice Award winner since 2012. Dr. Jay lives in Columbus with his wife Cindy and daughters Chandler whom is now married and Catherine who is alway at Georgia Southwestern University in Americus.
Mike Haniotis, DC
Dr. Mike was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and later attended CUNY. He graduated from Life University in 1997 and returned to NY to go into private practice. Dr. Mike has a special interest in pediatric chiropractic. He has treated thousands of children in his career. He is an active member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He has additional postgraduate training in Kinesio Taping and the Gonstead Method.
He previously served as editor-in-chief of the New York Chiropractic Association's newsletter and is a past President and Delegate of the State Association's Brooklyn chapter. After the 9/11 tragedy, he spent much of his time working with firefighter and police fundraisers and donated his chiropractic care to their families. Dr. Mike moved to Columbus with his wife Angela and son Alex to join Brodwyn and Associates in 2010.
Kenneth S. Calain, DC
My grandmother, who was on a walker, went to a chiropractor and eventually never needed a walker again.
That changed my life.
During high school, I was able to participate in a co-operative training program, I worked part time for Dr. E Morgan Jones, His guidance reassured me that I was on the right path. I attended Alderson-Broaddus College, and continued the rest of my training at Life University. Upon graduation, I worked in the radiology department at the University.
My wife and I, along with our 8 kids moved from Tennessee to Georgia last year. I am excited to join the team at Brodwyn & Associates. Since I was president of the Erwin Kiwanis Club in 2018-2019, I look forward to finding somewhere in Columbus to serve. I also plan on continuing to work with my children in the Scouting program.
Janet Hyder, DC
Dr Janet Hyder received her Bachelor of Science degree from Truman University in 1981. She then moved to Georgia to attend Life University , graduating in 1985 with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She has been practicing in the Columbus, GA since 1987. Having closed her private practice in 2014, she missed working with patients and helping them improve their health through chiropractic care and is pleased to join Brodwyn and Associates providing quality care to our community.
She currently lives in Harris county with her husband and daughter where they attend Church in the County. She is active in the little league softball community and is an advising mother to the Columbus Assembly of the Rainbow Girls.