Dr. Patrick O’Brien
Chiropractic Sports Physician, Dr. Patrick O’Brien specializes in healing non-surgical muscle and tendon injuries.
Experience a scientific approach to healing that is dramatically changing the way patients recover from injuries and pain. Dr. O’Brien utilizes his unique, clinically proven, Instrument Assisted Deep Tissue Release Technique © to fix athletes fast.
Many professional and Olympic athletes are finding a faster more complete resolution of pain and better performance at Health Architect, but you don’t have to be a professional athlete to experience the same world-class care.
Dr. Patrick O’Brien is the founder and CEO of Health Architect, PA.
Dr. O’Brien goes beyond treating the spine. He is considered one of the world’s leading experts in non-surgical muscle and tendon repair. Through his comprehensive treatment many patients have found a resolution of their pain, avoided surgery and have extended their careers. He is the inventor of the Instrument Assisted Deep Tissue Release Technique, a professional instrument and methodology that has helped his patients find pain resolution and performance enhancement.
Dr. O’Brien is widely known in the NHL for his expertise in treating sports injuries and boosting performance. He has worked with players from all 30 pro NHL teams. Many of his patients have represented the United States and other countries in the Olympic games. Dr. O’Brien’s thorough understanding of muscle and tendon injuries has also caught the attention of professional musicians, members of the United States military Special Forces and many professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, and MLS.
In 2003, Dr. O’Brien created and developed his own professional nutrient line during his passionate search for superior products. Dr. O’Brien’s more than 20 years of clinical experience combined with his certification in acupuncture brings his patients to a new level of healing.
Dr. O’Brien achieved his B.S. degree in Human Biology while simultaneously working on his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University. He is certified in acupuncture and has completed postgraduate work in clinical nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, sports injuries and myofascial studies.