About Dr. Matt Osborne, D.C.
I am very passionate about helping patients experience pain relief and better overall health without drugs or surgery. I first learned the benefits of chiropractic treatment at an early age. Being very active and in numerous athletics I experienced nagging neck and back pain from the countless sports injuries I would sustain. My parents realized the best therapy for my young body would be regular chiropractic care. However, it was my brother Dr. Bryan Osborne that sparked an interest in health and nutrition through a different approach that inspired me to earn my doctor of chiropractic degree from the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Through many years of college, countless hours of research, and post graduate courses we have the tools to be clinically proficient. However, it is the deep passion, respect, and a commitment to our patients that set Osborne Chiropractic Clinics apart from others. We understand the importance of creating a positive and encouraging environment for our patients. We also understand the need for taking the necessary time to listen to patients, thoroughly explain their condition and educate them on how chiropractic can help. While our treatment is gentle and "low force" I assure you that it is not "low tech". We are well versed in an array of proven chiropractic techniques such as Gonstead, Diversified, Palmer, Thompson, Cox, Activator, Motion Palpation, Myofascial Release and Extremity adjusting. We at Osborne Chiropractic Clinic also implement the use of physiotherapy to speed each patient recovery time. I invite you to come experience the difference at either Osborne Chiropractic Clinics locations.
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)
Undergraduate studies completed in Marshall University (in Huntington, WV) and the Excelsior College of New York.
Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (D.C.)
Professional Studies completed at Palmer College of Chiropractic in the year 2005. 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:
Charette Extremity Adjusting Procedures and Protocols:
These seminars are taught by Dr. Mark Charette and include information relating to treatment of sports and industrial injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Plantar Fascitis, shoulder injuries, elbow injuries, tendonitis, wrist injuries, hip injuries, knee injuries, ankle and foot injuries.
Advanced Gonstead Technique Seminars:
These seminars help perfect a very well respected technique within our profession. High velocity/Low amplitude adjusting style is very gentle yet very effective.
Advanced Training in:
• Chronic headaches
• Low back, herniated disc, sciatic, disc, pain
• Carpel tunnel syndrome
• Auto, work, sports & personal injuries
North Carolina Chiropractic Association
American Chiropractic Association
Rolesville Chamber of Commerce