Ronald Moon Jr
Moon graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington and earned his medical degree at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. He interned at Northeast Community Hospital in Bedford, Texas and completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at UAB's Spain Rehabilitation Center. He founded his clinic in 1997.
Moon is a Fellow of the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. His clinic specialized in rehabilitation following work-related injuries, but also provides rehabilitative services for sports injuries as well as pain management and treatment for opioid addiction.
Moon is married and has three children.
In June 2019 Moon was indicted on federal charges of producing and possessing child pornography. He was accused of secretly filming girls changing clothes during a pool party at his home in Liberty Park and through windows of other homes. The pornographic VHS tapes recovered at his personal office were said to depict a "rare level of violence," according to FBI analyst Tina Mauldin. A superseding indictment filed in October 2019 added additional charges. He was convicted in Judge Annemarie Axon's court in February 2020 and sentenced to serve 30 years in prison.
- Robinson, Carol (June 8, 2019) "Hidden cameras, voyeurism among accusations against Vestavia Hills doc." The Birmingham News
- Robinson, Carol (October 31, 2019) "Vestavia Hills doctor indicted on more federal child pornography charges." The Birmingham News
- Robinson, Carol (February 11, 2020) "Vestavia Hills doctor convicted of federal child pornography charges." The Birmingham News
- Robinson, Carol (October 1, 2020) "Vestavia Hills doctor gets 30 years in prison for child pornography production, possession." The Birmingham News