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1700 Northside Drive NW, Suite A3

Atlanta, GA 30318 US


Meet the Front Desk

Lindsey Blanchet
Office Manager


Lindsey started working at Back to Basics in 2009, not long after graduating from the University of West Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management.

She is very happy to be a part of the Back to Basics team and has enjoyed being able to see the office grow and develop over the years. As the office manager, Lindsey is in charge of a little bit of everything including patient management, scheduling, insurance billing and claims, plus the general day to day office tasks. She is here to help you in anyway she can to make your experience in the office and enjoyable one. She loves working in the beautiful, relaxing office that we have had since March 2012. She also enjoys meeting new patients everyday and growing her relationships with our current patients.

When Lindsey is not at the office she really enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband, hanging out with her friends, and traveling.

Michele Romano
Assistant Manager 

mrMichele has been working at Back To Basics since 2014.  From the beautiful island of Trinidad & Tobago, Michele carries with her the warmth and ever-present sunshine of the Caribbean’s. She was new to the health industry but her exceptional work ethic, charm and personality made her become a center piece of our administrative team.  As an Assistant Manager, Michele oversees most of the front desk and reception duties, but the task she likes the most is to get to know everything there is about you. Don’t be surprised if you get carried away in a conversation on your first phone call.

Michele is a seafood lover and loves to cook and gather with friends and family. She is also very proud of her two grown kids, but they unfortunately do not live in Atlanta. She is happy to call Back To Basics her own little family and makes every day around the office a better day to be here.

Julie-Anne Blanc
Assistant Manager


Julie-Anne is another one of those contagious smiles you will meet when you come to Back to basics. She has been helping patients with everything front desk related since 2017. 

Her attention to detail and understanding of insurance billing and accounting helps us at Back To Basics provide our patients with the most accurate information available. She has been working in chiropractic offices in the past and her experience shows. 

Julie-Anne is a New York native and a mother of a 1-year old little girl. She loves spending time with her and watching her grow. With the little free time she has left, Julie-Anne enjoys working out and long walks in the park.

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