About Dr. Bryan Osborne, D.C.
Meet Dr. Bryan Osborne, D.C.
Dr. Bryan Osborne, D.C., the principal of the Osborne Chiropractic Raleigh Clinic, has completed his undergraduate requirements at Marshall University, and his chiropractic education at the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic. He is a chiropractor certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is licensed by the State of North Carolina Board of Chiropractic. Dr. Osborne’s adjusting technique is well rounded to serve patients of all ages and sizes.
“This is a profession that I am extremely proud of, and am thankful everyday that this is what I choose to do with my life. I do not view being a chiropractor as a job, but more so a career, and my attitude in the office will echo this everyday.”
You must feed your head with an immense amount of information. The learning process will never stop. Among the things you must learn is the actual physical skill of becoming a chiropractor.
Chiropractic is the practice of shifting misligned bones and joints into a more normal or proper alignment. I have spent years devoloping a gentle but extremely effective hands on method of chiropractic.
Neither acquiring knowledge in your head, or perfecting the chiropractic skill with your hands can be done without having a heart filled with passion. From my first experiences with chiropractic to my in depth studies, my passion has only grown.
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)
Undergraduate studies completed in Marshall University (in Huntington, WV) and the Palmer University Systems
Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (D.C.)
Professional Studies completed at Palmer College of Chiropractic in the year 2000. This course includes five academic years including over 4,800 classroom hours of instruction. Palmer College is the first chiropractic college in the world and is still the premier chiropractic college in the world. All standards of excellence in the profession are still based on Palmer College. For more information about Palmer, please visit their web site: Palmer College of Chiropractic.
I strive to take as many seminars as possible and continue to learn on my own to increase my knowledge to provide the best care possible to my patients. I travel across the nation to take the courses with the latest in scientific information. It would be difficult to list all of my seminars, outside studies, and guest lecturers that I have learned from. Below is a list of a few that I feel have contributed the most to my education:
Sports and Industrial Injuries Seminars (Upper and Lower Extremities)
These seminars are taught by Dr. Mitch Mally, D.C. and include information relating to treatment of sports and industrial injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, shoulder injuries, elbow injuries, tendonitis, wrist injuries, hip injuries, knee injuries, ankle and foot injuries. Dr. Mally is highly respected in the profession and is the leader in studies of the treatment of extremities.
Nimmo Myofascial Release Technique Seminars
Completed series of 3 leading towards Nimmo Certification. The Nimmo Technique is taught by Dr. Sheila Laws, D.C. These seminars are geared towards treatment of trigger points in muscles. Dr. Laws studied under the originator of the technique, Dr. Ray Nimmo, and continues to be the only one who studied under the doctor to teach his work.
Acupuncture- 100 hour certification through Dr. John Amaro and the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture
This is a healing art that has been in existence over 5000 years, and one of which I am extremely proud to have knowledge about. Because of the materials needed as well as the patient education involved with acupuncture the current plans are to incorporate this healing art in about one year.
Member National Fibromyalgia Foundation (2001 – Present) Member National Headache Foundation (2002 – Present)
Member International Committee of Occupational Health Coalition (2001 – Present)
Member American Chiropractic Association (2001 – Present) Member North Carolina Chiropractic Association (2001 – Present)
Sponsor Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization (2002 – Present)
Chiropractic Clinic abroad trip to India (1999)
Around 20 students were selected to visit India and introduce chiropractic to parts of the world that don’t have it. We traveled all around India and provided chiropractic care at no cost to over 5,000 people at Indian hospitals. We spent many hours explaining chiropractic philosophy to the doctors and the people we met. Hopefully more chiropractors will provide their much-needed services in countries without chiropractic such as India. I am proud and honored that I got to spend those 3 weeks in India.
A Resident Assistant during my last trimester at Palmer College of Chiropractic under Dr. Ian McClean in the Clinic Radiology Department.