Dr. Lee Goldenberg and Alexandra Daniel
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Dr. Lee Goldenberg grew up in New Jersey, the son of two medical doctors and the youngest of six children. After meeting his wife, Doris in 1997, who is from Tuscaloosa, he attended and graduated with Research Honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, thanks to his life-changing experience as a chiropractic patient. He suffered migraines, chronic sinus infections, and lower back pain since he was 8 years old. As a late teen, he developed severe anxiety and panic disorder, all of which significantly improved or resolved completely under regular chiropractic care. Dr. Lee and his wife Doris have 4 boys, ranging in ages from 6-18. As a hobby, Dr. Lee is an avid musician, playing guitar and bass. He plays regularly around town in the acoustic duet, “We are Wolves," a local cover band featuring Dr. Lee and his friend, Brooke Carter. He has owned and operated Greystone Chiropractic in Birmingham since 2012, and is dedicated to the health and vitality of the Birmingham residents. He regularly support local schools, teams, and charities to support their efforts in the community.
Alex Daniel was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. She moved to Alabama to attend graduate school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and has lived here for about four years. Alex is a Physician Assistant at the Veteran’s Hospital downtown and has been working in the Neurosurgical department for about a year and a half. Dancing has been her passion of since she was a child. At Florida State University she was a part of the nationally ranked Golden Girls dance team and she loved helping choreograph pieces for her sorority. Whether it was a salsa routine or a step routine, she thought it was wonderful to help benefit and raise awareness for communities in Tallahassee. Alex says she is ecstatic to be assisting an organization that provides so much to women and their families.