Brian R Perry, Naturopathic Dr./Licensed Acupuncturist
Awarded as one of Seattle’s Top Physicians and Seattle's Top Acupuncturists by both Seattle Magazine and Seattle Metropolitan over multiple years, Dr. Perry is recognized as a leader in the field of sports therapy. His unique and natural approach to sports injuries, sports nutrition, rehabilitation and natural performance enhancement has attracted some of the top professional athletes in the world to his practice.
Trained as a naturopathic primary care practitioner and acupuncturist, Dr. Perry's approach combines the best of conventional sports medicine, natural pharmaceutics and nutrition, and ancient, eastern medicine therapeutics.
Dr. Perry holds a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and a Master’s of Acupuncture from Bastyr University, the leading accredited academic and research institution of natural medicine.
While at Bastyr, Dr. Perry served as a clinician in many specialties such as: Physical Medicine, Harborview Outpatient Clinic for Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia as well as preceptorships with outstanding physicians, working at Group Health Pediatric Urgent Care and at a Physical and Rehab Naturopathic Clinic.
Dr. Perry received post-graduate training in Acupuncture at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a leading university hospital in China.
Dr. Perry is revolutionizing the way medicine is being practiced for athletes by combining the Eastern principles of traditional Chinese medicine with Western principles of physical medicine and natural therapies.
Relieve aches and pains Prevent injuries Enhance physical performance Speed up injury recovery Maintain optimal health
Acupuncture and Sports Performance
Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most effective continuous systems of medical treatment in history, and acupuncture treatments are gaining popularity in sports medicine. Athletes are often treated with acupuncture for the relief of soft tissue injuries such as sprains, muscle strains, and tendonitis. Generally, Dr. Perry always see an improvement in the time it takes to heal. More teams and individuals are incorporating acupuncture into their programs. The circulatory effects and stress relief from acupuncture can readily help athletes with recovery and a quick return to competition. Acupuncture works great for:
Keeping you healthy – preventive medicine Pain management Musculoskeletal injuries/soreness Arthritis Neurological conditions – headaches and insomnia Fatigue Stress/Anxiety Women’s Health – PMS, Menopause Chronic Illness Colds and Flus Allergies Gastrointestinal Conditions – IBS, IBD, GERD & poor digestion
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