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  • Robert L. Coburn, D.C.

    Our practice is a family practice with emphasis on musculoskeletal problems and chiropractic orthopedics.

    Education
    Graduated:
    Texas Chiropractic College In 1975.

    Attended:
    Texas State University; San Jacinto College.

    Memberships:
    Texas Chiropractic College Alumni Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists

    Honors:
    Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

  • Bruce D. Coburn, B.S.,D.C.

    Dr. Bruce has been practicing in Angleton since 2001.  The practice offers care for pediatrics on up to those that are young at heart.  The practice is a family based practice that serves to aid in things like pain management on up to creating a better, healthier lifestyle.  We also treat those injured in auto accidents or other types of personal injury cases.  Chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage therapy, non-surgical decompression, nutritional care and rehab are available.

    Education
    Graduated:
    Texas Chiropractic College in 2000. Other degrees: Wharton Community College; Howard Payne University.

    Memberships:
    American Chiropractic Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, Diplomate in School of Integrative Medicine.

  • Billy B. Coburn, B.A.,D.C.

    Dr. Billy Bob Coburn has been in practice since 2005. He believes in a 'hands on ' approach and don't let the name fool you; a true professional in his field. Each patient receives a highly structured program based on their individual needs and he focuses on a total body awareness working in conjunction with all other health practitioners, both traditional medical as well as complimentary care.

    Dr. Billy Bob is a native to the Brazosport area, and has earned a degree from Texas A&M University in Biology and his Doctor of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College.

    Dr. Billy Bob uses a diversified chiropractic technique that allows him to match the appropriate chiropractic technique to the patient. He is certified in acupuncture, Graston Technique and has had success in assisting patients with:

    •Neck and low back pain
    •Headaches
    •Sciatica
    •Disc Problems
    •Sports & Trauma Injuries
    •Pregnancy Related Pain
    •Colic in Infants as well as Ear Infections, Constipation and Reflux

    Dr. Billy Bob has experienced first hand, the benefits of chiropractic both personally and through his own family. He treats his patients with warmth and truly cares for their over-all well being, guiding his patients to optimal health and wellness..

    Education
    Graduated
    Texas Chiropractic College 2004: Doctor of Chiropractic
    Texas A&M University 2000: BA Biology

    Memberships
    Texas Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, Board of Directors, Brazosport Christian School

    Honors
    Fall 2004 Salutatorian.



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  • "Love, love, love this place! Everyone is so friendly! This place was our first chiropractor experience and it has never been bad! The girls at the desk are so kind to my son! They always send him home with a piece of candy and some stickers. The place is always clean! They always go the extra mile for us! Highly recommend this place to everyone!!!!!"
    Tori T.
  • "Billy Bob and his staff are AMAZING! Greatest chiro around and the only one I recommend. Very professional and friendly."
    Randi S.

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