In the early 1970’s as a young man, Dr. Paul Goldberg was stricken with severe Rheumatoid Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. His battle to regain his health served as the inspiration for his career in working with others with chronic health issues. He began his professional career in 1976 as Health Director of the legendary Shangri-La Natural Hygiene Institute and earned certification in Hygienic Care and Fasting Supervision from the International Academy of Hygienic Physicians. From 1980 to 2017 he served as a Professor of Clinical Nutrition, Public Health, Rheumatology and Gastroenterology at Life University and has lectured and written on clinical topics related to chronic disease reversal including Autoimmune Problems, Rheumatoid Diseases, Allergies, Gastrointestinal Issues, Chronic Fatigue, Blood Sugar Disorders and other chronic health problems. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University (BA Cum Laude), The University of Texas Medical Center, Graduate School of Public Health (MPH Chronic Disease Control) Life University (BS Nutrition and DC) and has been awarded Diplomates from the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN) and the Chiropractic Clinical Board of Nutrition (DCBCN).
Dr. David Tener is the Director of the Goldberg Tener Clinic in Tyrone, Georgia and Hygeia in Brooks. He has mentored under Dr. Goldberg since 2009 and has an in depth knowledge of Clinical Nutrition, Bio-Hygiene and Chiropractic. He is a graduate of Life Chiropractic College where he graduated Summa Cum Laude as Valedictorian of his class. In addition he graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology (Magna Cum Laude) from New York University. Dr. Tener is a member of the International Association of Hygienic Physicians, a talented Doctor of Chiropractic, has done extensive course work in dietetics and clinical nutrition and is certified in the Graston Technique of Muscular Rehabilitation.
The successful work of The Goldberg Tener Clinic with patients with autoimmune, rheumatoid, gastrointestinal issues and other chronic problems brings health seekers from across the United States and other nations including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Norway, Finland, Sweden, The Netherlands, Ireland, Scotland, England, Israel, Kuwait, Dubai, Egypt, Venezuela, Columbia, Costa Rico, Saudi Arabia, Costa Rica, The Philippines and Greece.