Meet The Team
The human body was endowed by the creator with an uncanny ability to heal. In fact, every system in your body was designed with the inherent ability to repair and regenerate. At CoreMedX, our goal is to rejuvenate your body and restore it’s innate ability to heal.
Using a combination of chiropractic, regenerative and traditional medicine, and the latest medical technology; we can help you regain the health you were originally designed to enjoy!
Dr. Brian Robbins, DC, CCSP, ACRB1
Dr. Robbins originally hails from El Paso, Texas. While attending undergraduate studies he chased multiple baseball scholarships and eventually received his BS in Human Biology from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Robbins graduated with honors from Logan College of Chiropractic with his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in December of 1988.
Dr. Robbins has always had a special interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation after his years as a collegiate baseball pitcher and then as a triathlete. After graduation, he followed up this interest by continuing his studies in a post-graduate program where he received the certification as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP). In his first practice, Dr. Robbins served as the team chiropractor for the Tulsa Roughnecks a Semi-professional Soccer team. Shortly thereafter he joined a select group of doctors sponsored by the Wrangler Corporation. The Wrangler Pro-Sport team was assembled to treat Professional Rodeo athletes and eventually NASCAR team members. On several occasions, Dr. Robbins traveled to Las Vegas, NV to participate in the Pro-Sport National Conference which took place during the National Finals Rodeo.
Upon moving to Danville, VA, Dr. Robbins continued his training earning the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board Level 1 (ACRB1) certification. This post-doctoral certification focuses physician’s skills on the most advanced rehabilitation techniques and research. Not long thereafter Dr. Robbins entered a distance learning program for Chiropractors hosted by Jagiellonian University in Krakow Poland where he completed a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Dr. Robbins has also served in the past as a team chiropractor for the Danville Braves, a consultant for Averett University Athletic program, and Workman’s Compensation physician for the city of Danville.
More recently, Dr. Robbins went to the Dominican Republic on 2 mission trips serving in an Orthopedic Trauma hospital in Santo Domingo and also a week working with orphans in Puerto Plata.
Last year Dr. Robbins became the second chiropractic physician in the state of Virginia to receive university certification in the use of non-surgical spinal decompression for the treatment of bulging, herniated, and degenerative spinal discs. This year he became the first chiropractic physician to receive university certification in the treatment of neuropathy, a condition which affects over 20 million Americans.
Dr. Robbins has been married to his beautiful wife Anita for 30 years, and they have 10 children (seven of which were adopted from Russia) and 7 grandchildren. They enjoy life on their Virginia farm and being active in their local church.
Dr. Isaac C. Hill, DC
Dr. Hill discovered his love for chiropractic while playing basketball in high school in his hometown of Elk River, MN. As a player who chronically rolled his ankle, he thought that was just part of the game. After one particular incident, he was told by a medical doctor that he would be off the court for 6-8 weeks. He decided to get a second opinion from a chiropractor, and after just two weeks of treatment, he was back on the court playing. Even more amazing: he never rolled his ankle again. After high school he worked for a chiropractor doing massage therapy, and his love for the profession grew deeper. He knew first hand and saw on a daily basis that chiropractic was a powerful way to achieve health and optimum performance.
Dr. Hill moved to Marietta, GA to attend Life University in 2003. There he completed his undergraduate studies in biology. He went on to obtain his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in June 2012. Not only did he complete his required national boards, but he also chose to sit for the physiotherapy board, as physical therapy was an important part of his own healing so many years before. He was offered an associate position with the doctor he had worked for previously in his hometown and gladly accepted the opportunity. Although he had a wonderful experience as an associate, he knew his passion and philosophy would be best utilized in his own practice. In June 2013, Dr. Hill and his wife made the big move to Danville to open Hill Chiropractic.
The practice has ever evolved as Dr. Hill has continued learning how to best serve his patients. He has attended conferences to learn the most effective ways to handle personal injury cases, from both a healthcare and legal standpoints. He has received training on spinal decompression therapy and functional rehab, and he has pursued further education on nutrition, weight loss, and neuropathy. His “whole person approach” to treating his patients means he looks for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time), making any necessary recommendations for interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, he is able to help his patients to accelerate and/or maintain their journey to good health. Dr. Hill’s goal is to see his patients achieve a pain free life and have their bodies function the way they were designed to.
Dr. Hill is licensed in the state of Virginia and a member of the Virginia Chiropractic Association. He and his wife, Brandy, live on many acres in the country and look forward to growing their family homestead with their four beautiful children.
Dr. Paul Black, MD, DC – Clinic Medical Director
Dr. Paul Black began his medical career by earning his Chiropractic degree and practiced in Pennsylvania for a number of years. He then earned a Master’s in Physical Therapy before eventually deciding to go to medical school. Dr. Black completed his residency at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and practiced 8 years of family medicine in Southwest Virginia before coming to Danville in 2018 to start the regenerative medicine program at CoreMedX. He is joined in Danville by his wife and 2 children.
Our Supporting Staff
Rad. Tech/Medical Case Manager
Front Desk Leader
Insurance Technician/Personal Injury Manager