Chiropractors our goal is to help restore proper alignment to your
spine ultimately restoring the function of the nervous system and
organs which they supply. Through adjustments made to the
body, particularly the spine, we work to maximize your body's ability to heal itself!
From birth your body adapts to falls, accidents, injuries and gravity. When the bones of the spine compensate you develop "misalignments" which can pinch nerves and effect the way your organs function. The techniques we use are safe, gentle and effective! With over a decade of experience and countless thousands of patients we've adjusted successfully we invite you to feel the difference.
Health (Aligned) Sickness (Misaligned) Compensation Symptoms
I have been under Chiropractic care since the age of 12! In 2002 I received a Bachelors degree in Pre-Medical Biology from CMU right here in Grand Junction, CO and decided to attend thee Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA.
My education was outstanding and my experience was first class. I learned from the professors who wrote the textbooks and I learned the best adjustment techniques from world class Chiropractors. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to attend the best Chiropractic college in the world. After graduating in 2005, I was recruited to run a successful, high volume clinic in Omaha, NE.
In 2013, I returned home and opened O'Brien Chiropractic in beautiful Grand Junction, CO. With a lifetime of care and over a decade in practice I have witnessed countless Chiropractic miracles. I am excited to see what miracles are in store for you!
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Academia: Doctorate, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Bachelors, Colorado Mesa University
Post Graduate Training: Extremity Adjusting, Crash Dynamics, Chiropractic Biophysics
Certifications: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Part I,II,III,IV and Physiotherapy
Licensure: Colorado, Nevada, Nebraska
OFFICIAL TEAM CHIROPRACTOR:
Grand Junction Gladiators
Grand Junction Yetis
First Chiropractic Patient (1897):
“I was deaf 17 years and I expected to always remain so, for I
had doctored a great deal without any benefit. I had long ago made up my
mind to not take any more ear treatments, for it did me no good. Last
January Dr. Palmer told me that my deafness came from an injury in my
spine. This was new to me; but it is a fact that my back was injured at
the time I went deaf. Dr. Palmer treated me on the spine; in two
treatments I could hear quite well. That was eight months ago. My
hearing remains good."
- HARVEY LILLARD, 320 W. Eleventh St., Davenport, Iowa