Dr. Brian Myers, ND
Formal Training and Education:
Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine – National College of Natural Medicine, Portland, Oregon
Bachelor of Arts in Business Management with Minors in Philosophy and Peace Studies
& Conflict Resolution- University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
Licensed Naturopathic Doctor in the State of Alaska
Licensed Naturopathic Doctor in the State of California
American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP)
Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Medicine (PedANP) – Board Member
About Families, Inc- Board Member
Big Brothers Big Sisters- Board Member
Young Scholars Association – Vice President of Board
Medical Practice Interests:
Pediatrics and Family Medicine, Epigenetics, Women’s Health, Endocrine Disorders, Rheumatologic Disorders, Digestive Disorders, Natural Foot Health, Weight-Management, Chronic Disease Prevention and Treatment, Ozone Therapy, Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction
Dr. Brian Myers holds degrees from the University of St. Thomas (BA) and the National College of Natural Medicine (ND) where he served as his class president for his final three years and received an award for leadership in his final year. Between college and medical school, he spent four years as a volunteer middle school teacher with the De La Salle Blackfeet Middle School on the Blackfoot Indian Reservation in Browning, MT. Passionate about working with kids, Dr. Myers proceeded to work as a pediatric nurse assistant at the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis, MN and then as part of a research group specializing in patient oriented neonatal neurology in St. Louis, MO while completing prerequisites for medical school. He has presented a research poster at the Pediatric Academic Society’s Annual Conference and has been published in the Journal of Pediatrics as well as the Annals of Neurology.
Dr. Myers enjoys working with a broad variety of patients – of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Throughout his educational experience his primary joys have included working with families and counseling them through their illnesses, and having a continuous relationship with these families.
As a creative individual who wants variety in life, Dr. Myers plays soccer and tennis year-round, is learning to play the fiddle, loves to run, backpack, and cook, and has recently gotten back into swimming.