Chiropractor Richard Robbins DC of South Hill Physical Medicine

Richard Robbins is a Chiropractor at South Hills Physical Medicine where he dedicates his career and practice to the conservative management of musculoskeletal pain.

We recently asked him a few questions about his practice and how he tries to impact the community. Here’s what he had to say:

Tell us about your practice. What sets you apart from other practitioners in your area?

Our practice is different because we have a multidisciplinary clinic that can manage symptoms from a conservative medical prospective as well as maintaining traditional chiropractic focus.

We’d like to talk about a patient success story you’re especially proud of. Tell us about the patient. How did they learn about your practice?

We had a patient that merely found us out of desperation after being told by the medical community as well as other chiropractors that he may not walk in his future. He sustained a low back fracture at a young age, and to this day is currently still seeing us and working over 20 years after the injury.

Please talk about any ways you are trying to impact the community you’re a part of.

We try to impact our community through our patients and business partners. For instance, we have a patient that has a child with special needs and we have set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the child and family. We also provide free “protect your back” safety training for local businesses. We feel that this helps businesses stay moving and maintain better relationship with their workers.

What advice would you give Chiro students today? For instance looking back at your own career is there anything you would do differently?

In the past we have tried to partner with management companies that have drawn us away from our patient-centered practice, and that will never happen again. So if there is any advice to student chiropractors or people considering the career, i would say focus everything on your patients and the rest will fall into place.

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