The Doctors

Dr. Brian Robbins

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Robbins originally hails from El Paso, Texas. While attending undergraduate studies he chased baseball scholarships and eventually received his BS in Human Biology from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Robbins graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in December of 1988.

Dr. Robbins has always had a special interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation after his years as a collegiate baseball pitcher and then as a tri-athlete. After graduation he followed up this interest by continuing his studies in a post-graduate program where he received a post-doctoral certification as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP). In his first practice Dr. Robbins served as the team chiropractor for the Tulsa Roughnecks a Semi-professional Soccer team. Shortly thereafter he joined a select group of doctors sponsored by the jean and pants manufacturer Wrangler Corporation. The Wrangler Pro-Sport team was assembled to treat Professional Rodeo athletes and eventually some NASCAR team members. On several occasions Dr. Robbins traveled to Las Vegas, NV to participate in the Pro-Sport National Conference which took place during the National Finals Rodeo.

Upon moving to Danville, VA, Dr. Robbins continued his training earning the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board Level 1 (ACRB1) certification. This post-doctoral certification focuses physician’s skills on the most advanced rehabilitation techniques and research. Not long thereafter Dr. Robbins entered a distance learning program for Chiropractors hosted by Jaegallonian University in Krakow Poland where he completed a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Dr. Robbins has also served in the past as a team chiropractor for the Danville Braves, a consultant for Averett University Athletic program, and Workman’s Compensation Physician for the city of Danville.

This past year Dr. Robbins went to the Dominican Republic on 2 mission trips serving in a Orthopedic Trauma hospital in Santo Domingo and also spent a week working with orphans in Puerto Plata.

Dr. Robbins has been married to his beautiful wife Anita for 25 years, and they have 9 children (seven of which were adopted from Russia) and 4 grandsons. They enjoy life on their Virginia farm and being active in their local church.