After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, Brian found himself in an office building without windows, sitting in a cubicle, working day in and day out doing a job that he was, to say the least, not passionate about. Through his search to begin a career that could keep him active, Brian began his journey into healthcare.
In 2010, Brian completed the program at Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy and became a licensed massage therapist in Pennsylvania. During his time in Pennsylvania, Brian worked closely with Chiropractic and fitness professionals treating pre and post surgical clients, motor vehicle accidents, and collegiate and professional athletes. Happy in his new career path, but driven to extend is knowledge base and skills, Brian moved to Oregon to pursue a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2013. Brian acquired his license to practice massage in Oregon, while completing the program, and continued to work closely with many healthcare practitioners in a wellness facility treating injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and endurance athletes.
Now as a licensed Acupuncturist, Massage therapist, and Certified Functional Strength Coach Brian uses all those skills he has acquired over his years of practice to keep people doing what they love or what they strive to achieve. Brian has much experience treating injuries and athletes, but his goal is to help patients move better and enjoy their life regardless of age or current physical ability. The people and experiences that Brian has encountered during his career have truly molded him into the practitioner he is today.