Corey A. Osborne, DC, DCBCN, DCCN, BCIM
“At an early age, I have seen the miracle of chiropractic, even in myself. Growing up, I suffered from severe hospitalized asthma, poor immune system, and chronic severe headaches. After trying all that conventional medicine had to offer, my parents took me to our local chiropractor. Since starting a treatment plan and following through, not only have I never been hospitalized for asthma again, I have no symptoms. My immune system is strong and rarely do I ever get Headaches. Thus, at an early age, I have known what a life changing experience chiropractic can have for a patient and have continued to witness miracle after miracle.”
Dr. Osborne graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in the winter of 2000 with a BS in human biology and a doctorate in chiropractic. He has continued his education gaining diplomate status in clinical nutrition as well as certificates in applied kinesiology, Chinese acupuncture, functional medicine and board certification in integrative medicine. While at Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Osborne also found he excelled at radiology and was given the award of excellence for his performance in the radiology field. He is currently pursuing his diplomate in Clinical Neurology and certification in Neuro Emotional Technique.
Dr. Osborne is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He is also licensed and board certified in the State of Illinois. In addition, he is very active within his profession and has been published for research in the area of advanced imaging and was the first chiropractor ever published in the journal of manipulation and physical therapeutics on the topic of syringomyelia, a condition in which a fluid-filled cyst develops within the spinal cord.
Dr. Osborne founded Osborne Family Chiropractic in January of 2000 in Coal City, IL and moved his practice to O’Fallon, IL in the fall of 2002 to be closer to family. He has since dedicated his practice to the advancement of treating patients with chronic conditions as well as doing everything he can to get the community healthier.
Dr. Osborne has stayed active in the community with the local chamber of commerce and his church. He and his wife are excited to one day raise a family in the community that has been so good to him.