Meet Dr. Robbie
Doctor, Educator and Student of Chiropractic
Dr. Robbie is a December 2016 graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic. Prior to that (WAY prior to that), Robbie graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a BA in Religious Studies. Upon graduation of GWU, various ministry and music opportunities allowed him to stay in the Boiling Springs area, a place that has become a dear part of his life, and consequently, where he decided to open his first practice. In October 2019, he relocated his practice to Historic Uptown Shelby (NC) as a part of Synergy Wellness Group where he continues to provide care and support to individuals and families in their proactive pursuit of vitality and wellness!
Robbie is blessed beyond measure to be married to Annie, his wife of 16 years! She has been a consistent source of grace, love, encouragement and support. Robbie and Annie are the parents of three intelligent and beautiful kids – Nathanael, Rachael, and Gabriel. While under care at Freeman Family Chiropractic, it is highly likely, if you have not already, that you will soon meet Annie and the kids!
Outside of his practice, Dr. Robbie enjoys time with his family – pizza movie nights, soccer, gymnastics, voice lessons, golf, playing cars, the Wii and Xbox.
You have a strong desire for you and your family to feel better
and live healthier!
At Freeman Family Chiropractic, we will work together over time to improve
your ability to process and recover from the demands of everyday life.
Improved Stress Response
We will work together to improve your ability to process and recover from the demands of daily life!
Improved Healing & Recovery
Clear communication between the brain and the body can allow the healing process to be more efficient and complete!
Do the Things You LOVE!
As you become healthier, improving in your ability to heal and recover from life's demands, you will be able to return to the things you love.
“...care that is attentive, personalized and empowering. It's been a great way to reenergize my wellness plan.”