Dr Tom O’Brien
Dr. Tom O’Brien got his inspiration to become a Chiropractor from his first experience while in high school. As a runner, he began to experience severe low back pain that hampered his performance a great deal. After receiving chiropractic adjustments and A.R.T treatments, he saw the results change drastically. In his senior season, he went on to become 3 time All-American and a National champion in the 4×800 meter relay at the Adidas Outdoor Championships. From this point on Dr. Tom knew his passion was to help others achieve their goals and allow them to experience optimum health. Dr. Tom graduated in 2007 from St. Francis University with a BS in biology. While at St. Francis, he competed in Division I track and field and served as the team captain during his senior season.
As a student-athlete, he received honors both on and off the track making the academic honor rolls in the classroom and all-conference on the track. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Dr. Tom pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University in Atlanta, GA. After graduating in 2011, he made it his mission to provide a caring and professional service, with treatment uniquely personalized to each patient. Dr. Tom returned to his hometown to help serve the community where he was born and raised.
He enjoys competing in triathlons and local road races. He is a die-hard Philly sports fan and always enjoys cheering any of his teams on. His emphasis is on quality care and tailoring treatment protocols on a personal and individual basis. He believes in empowering his patients with regard to their particular condition while giving useful and up to date information on nutrition, exercise, ergonomics and lifestyle changes.