About Lucas Brown, LAc

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in About, About Lucas Brown LAc | 0 comments

About Lucas Brown, LAc


Lucas believes that movement is life.   He is committed to helping patients lead a healthier, more active and balanced life through acupuncture treatment.  Through sharing his knowledge and practice with patients, he hopes to help others achieve their full athletic potential and live pain free lives.

Lucas was first introduced to the study of anatomy by his High School Art Teacher, spending hours sketching and sculpting the human form.  Since then, he found his aptitude for creating proper muscle structures out of clay transferred effortlessly to working with human musculo-skeletal structure, and creating proper alignment.  From that early age, Lucas practiced massage on family and friends, but never thought it would lead to a career.  It wasn’t until Lucas found Traditional Chinese Medicine and experiencing the benefits of acupuncture first hand, that he felt he could turn his talent for massage into a profession.   Lucas believes in incorporating all the different modalities of Chinese Medicine in treatment planning; including Tui Na (therapeutic massage), herbal medicine, acupuncture, and cupping, among others (gui sha, eastern nutrition, auricular acupuncture).  What started out as a career choice has developed into a passion and commitment to living a healthy life following the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Lucas has four years experience in a clinic setting practicing Acupuncture, Herbal Therapy, and Chinese Medical Message (TuiNa).  Further, he has experience in other forms of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) modalities such as auricular therapy, cupping, and scrapping (Gua Sha).  Lucas has treated many patients for a variety of ailments including (but not limited to): orthopedics, digestive disorders, mental disorders, fertility, pain management, and stress relief.

Lucas studied Philosophy and Art History at McGill University in Montreal, Canada and holds a Masters Degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM). While at PCOM he travelled between all three campuses distilling the best knowledge from what each campus had to offer.  During this time, Lucas traveled to Chengdu China, where he polished his tui na skilled and gained an even wider clinical experience.   Lucas holds an acupuncture license in New York and Texas.




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