The Doctor

Dr. Carrie Ann Oberster

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Dr. Carrie Ann Oberster is a highly trained chiropractor with 16 years of experience. She is registered/licensed in both the United States and the United Kingdom. She studied at the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa (where Chiropractic began in 1895). Carrie Ann treats patients from all walks of life and of all ages. She has treated newborn babies and women during pregnancy all the way thru to the elderly, all presenting with various conditions and ailments.

She has been the head doctor, clinic owner & director of Finchley Back Care Centre in London, England since 2000. She has one of the most successful clinics in London, where she has over 10,000 patient files, offering a very high quality of service with excellent results.

Dr. Carrie helped establish the chiropractic approach in the UK working with other successful doctors and chiropractors.

After having their second child, Dr. Carrie and her husband decided it was time for them to move back home to be near her parents and family in Georgia.

Dr. Carrie has kept up with continuing her education on various topics and techniques to help ensure she offers her patients the most comprehensive and advanced chiropractic care. She is currently furthering her education in chiropractic pediatrics working towards getting her master’s degree.

She approaches each person as an individual with specific needs and treats the body as a whole rather than focusing on one part. Her goal is to help her patients reach their full potential by getting them as healthy as they can be and keeping them that way!! Dr. Carrie enjoys caring for the local communities where she can help them experience the amazing benefits of true health through chiropractic.

“You can trust Dr. Carrie and the staff to treat you with dignity and respect in a professional yet friendly and relaxed environment.”

Dr. Carrie Ann is a member of and registered with:

  • Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners (USA)
  • Georgia Council of Chiropractic (USA)
  • Georgia Chiropractic Association (USA)
  • United Chiropractic Association (UCA, UK)
  • General Chiropractic Council (GCC, UK)
  • The College of Chiropractors (UK)
  • Association of Osteomyologists (MAO, UK)