Bryan realized his interest in Oriental and alternative medicine in the mid 1960's.
He was one of the first non-Asian practitioners of Traditional Oriental Medicine in the United States. He has been a State and National leader in his profession, an educator and influential in establishing Traditional Oriental Medicine as an health care system in the United States. Bryan's clinical experience, skills and accomplishments are a result of his years of service, international travel, study and a lifelong commitment to the well being of others. Trained in London, England and Northern India, he returned to found one of the first schools of Oriental Medicine, in Chicago, Illinois. In addition, Bryan has also trained extensively in “body work”, Connective tissue manipulation, clinical nutrition and exercise therapy. Bryan has recently relocated to Galveston Island, Texas where he continues to offer his services, helping solve health care problems and share his years of accumulated knowledge and experience.
Co-founder of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the professional member organization for practitioners.
Founding committee member that established the core curriculum for the 40 plus schools and colleges of Oriental Medicine.
Founding council member of the N.C.C.A.O.M., the certifying organization for all acupuncturists in the U.S..
Founder of the Illinois State Acupuncture Association, which along with more than 45 states has successfully passed legislation licensing the practice of acupuncture.
Co-founder of the Structural Therapy Institute. Chicago Il.
Executive director of the Namaste Center, LaPorte In.
In addition to private practice, Bryan continues to teach Traditional Chinese Medicine, is an author and speaker on the subject of holistic and alternative health and is a nationally respected Teacher of Meditation and Eastern spirituality.