Carl Stephenson, Tuscaloosa FYZICAL – June 20, 2017

Dr. Carl Stephenson, Dr. Shotts, and Dustin Clary will be with us tomorrow to talk about Fyzical Alabama which is a new service from Tuscaloosa ENT that focuses on improved balance. FYZICAL Alabama located in Tuscaloosa, AL is a medical and scientific-based physical therapy and fitness organization with a broad range of expertise. Spelled different because we are different! Founded in collaboration with a medical doctor, physiologists, licensed therapists and service business experts, we provide prescribed physical therapy and medically-based physical fitness. Yet we are much more than your typical physical therapy clinic. Our goal at FYZICAL is to help you discover how to achieve the pinnacle of healthy living, expand your boundaries, feel younger and revitalize your health.


John Archibald, Columnist, Birmingham News – June 13, 2017

John Archibald is a columnist for the Birmingham News, and Alabama Media Group. His column, about politics and life across the state, appears Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Birmingham News, the Huntsville Times and Mobile Register.

Before he began his column in 2004, he worked on the News’ investigative team and has covered everything from crime and punishment to Birmingham City Hall, which is not always the same thing. He grew up in North Alabama and graduated from of the University of Alabama in 1986. He is married with three children.


David Massey, Alabama Department of Human Resources – June 6, 2017

David has worked with the Department of Human Resources for 33 years. All of his experience has been in the area of Child Welfare. Currently he is a Program Manager in Family Services with the Tuscaloosa County Department of Human Resources. Their goal is to keep children safe and to ensure they have permanency in their lives. David was raised in the small rural community of Reeltown located in Tallapoosa County located near Auburn. He spent most of his youth enjoying sports, church activities and playing on Lake Martin. After years of direct service with families David became a Consultant with the Division of Family and Children’s Services with the State Department of Human Resources. As a Consultant he helped to develop and implement the state’s first Independent Living Program. In this role he worked with county Department staff to promote and support teens in foster care to by developing the skills and plans necessary to succeed upon discharge from the system.