Kevin O’Briant DC, DABCI
Dr. O’Briant is a Raleigh native and has spent most of his life in the Triangle area. He is a graduate of Ravenscroft High School. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill obtaining a bachelors degree in microbiology. Dr. O’Briant received a massage therapy license in 1993 and worked in a physical therapy clinic, as well as having an individual practice.
Dr. O’Briant continued his studies at Life University School of Chiropractic. He graduated summa cum laude in 1999. O’Briant Chiropractic Health Center was opened in the summer of 2000 in Wake Forest.
Dr. O’Briant has two board certifications. First as a Chiropractic Physician. Second as a Chiropractic Internist, which is a sub specialty in Chiropractic concentrating on primary care chronic health conditions and not simply back and neck pain.
Dr. O’Briant has extensive training in holistic health care. Physical examinations, labwork analysis & testing, functional medicine treatment plans, chiropractic and physical therapy treatments, nutrition and food supplementation, as well as motor vehicle accident injuries, and trigger point therapy are performed in office.
Dr. O’Briant and his wife AnnMarie live in Wake Forest. They attend Imago Dei Church and enjoy various clubs and activities in the area.
AnnMarie has been involved with the Health Center for many years now. Her duties vary from week to week but include front office assistant, billing, and physical therapy assistant. AnnMarie has extensive training in physical/massage therapies and nutrition, diet, and vitamin protocols.
AnnMarie has earned degrees from the College at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary , as well as the Florida School of Massage. She also has run a home based Shaklee nutrition/vitamin business for over 20 years.
In her free time she is an accomplished decorator, florist, gourmet cook, and knitter.
AnnMarie’s information remains on this site as a tribute to a beautiful individual that was valued and integral to our clinic. Unfortunately, AnnMarie passed away in March 2020 after a long struggle with Breast Cancer.