Dr. Kevin O’Brien
My career focus has always been on health care, and I made a commitment at a young age to help others. I initially struggled with what branch of healthcare was a fit for me.
I began my undergraduate degree as pre-med. After several long discussions with a medical doctor and close family friend I began to explore other avenues. My uncle, the dentist, recommended his career. After a summer research project at the University of Texas Dental School, I realized that dentistry was not for me.
I had never visited a chiropractic office until 1998. After visiting a great clinic in Austin, Texas, I really understood what chiropractors had to offer. I was inspired by how well one gets to know their patients and what a drastic change chiropractic care can make in a patient’s life. I knew within minutes this was how I was going to help people.
A Chiropractic Education
I began my higher education with a degree in Biology from the University of Texas in Austin. Upon graduation, my desire to help others translated into receiving my Doctor of Chiropractic with Magna Cum Laude honors from Texas Chiropractic College. I practiced with another doctor in the area and opened my own practice in 2003.
I have a very simple, flexible approach to my practice: We are here to help you feel better. We have an “if it is broke, fix it” approach; after that, let us maintain a healthy lifestyle on your time. We explain everything in advance to help you make positive decisions that will get you back to living a healthy and active lifestyle (and keep you there).
On a Personal Note…
I met my wife, Meredith, at The University of Texas in Austin, and we married in 1998. We relocated to Houston after graduation and moved to the Kingwood/Atascocita area in 1999 while I finished school. We have two beautiful daughters, Madeline and Kathryn. Much of my free time is spent with my family. My family and I get adjusted regularly and seem to avoid catching every cold or flu that goes around.
Working in the chiropractic field has also made me realize the importance of exercise and weight training. I take classes at Solis Martial Arts, focusing on Jiu Jitsu, and exercise regularly. Exercise and proper nutrition help me balance the physical and mental aspects of my life.
Paul Vozza, DC
Board Certified Chiropractor
Management of sports injuries
Conservative care of bulging and herniated discs
Low back and neck pain emphasis
1986 – BS Biology – University of Michigan
2005 – Doctor of Chiropractic – Texas Chiropractic College
2005 – Board certified – Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Crystal Thibodeaux, FNP
Family Nurse Practicioner
2005 – Southern University and A&M College School of Nursing
Dr. Vozza grew up in small town upper Michigan and earned his pre-med bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan. After that, Dr. Vozza moved to Texas as fast as he could. He’s thrilled to be serving the community he and his family have lived in for decades.
Dr. Vozza earned his Doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College where he graduated cum laude and was a member of the Omega Psi Honor Society.
He was lead to the chiropractic profession while he was an undergraduate at U of M. Working summers for his father’s construction company, he injured his back and received treatment for his low back from an emergency room. Two weeks later the pain returned, but this time he was treated by a chiropractor. The Chiropractor treated the cause, which relieved the symptoms and prevented the injury from flaring up again. It was there and then Dr. Vozza experienced an epiphany that changed the trajectory of his life.
His personal mission is to impact as many people as possible with the power of chiropractic, and he’s grateful each and every day that he’s able to make a difference in the lives of those he serves.
When he’s not working, Dr. Vozza enjoys working out, golfing, and grilling and hanging out with his wife and 4 kids.