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Dr. Brendon J. O`Brien, D.C.


I will be glad to answer any questions pertaining to Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, the relationship between Acupuncture and Chiropractic, and how these therapies may help you.

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Dr. O'Brien's formal training from Northwestern College of Chiropractic includes many diversified techniques of Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Soft Tissue Treatment, Nutrition, Acupuncture, and the integration of Chinese and Western medicine.


D.C., Certified Acupuncturist in Minnesota

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2009-09-25 head pains:

Hello Gurjas,        Yes, acupuncture may help with the pain.  You may also want to see a doctor of Chiropractic as they specialize in the biomechanics of the spine, musculature, nerves, and all joints

2009-01-14 Anxiety:

Hello Abhishek,          Anxiety can be a habit! The key is to figure out what initiates the anxiety and change your thought processes. Lucinda Basset has a program on CD with phone/Internet support www

2008-09-11 acupuncture, neuropathy, lower back pain:

Hello Margie,        That may have just been a coincidence.  Often with chronic conditions it may take several treatments/months to notice a major improvement (which doesn't mean it can't happen with a

2008-07-24 22 yr old son disabled for 19 months so far:

Hello Mary,       You and your son may want to find a different practitioner!  He may want to see a neurologist and have a MRI.  It is important to find a doctor who can explain his condition and determine

2008-04-03 chemotherapy induced periphal neuropthy:

Hello Richard,        Acupuncture may help decrease and improve your symptoms.  Depending on the damaging effects from the chemo, the numbness, tingling, etc may be restored.  Nerves are very slow healing


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