Dr. Bryan Kent is a 2016 graduate of New York Chiropractic College and 2017 Graduate of the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. As a practitioner of both Chiropractic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Kent offers a uniquely “east meets west” approach to diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Kent Practices is Boston, Massachusetts.
Clinically, Dr. Kent treats a wide variety of patients including veterans, runners, triathletes, Crossfit athletes, as well as patients suffering from spine pain. He has also utilized acupuncture in the treatment of infertility, anxiety, male and female reproductive health disorders, digestive health disorders and orthopedic/sports injuries both acute and chronic in nature.
Dr. Kent has been involved in various roles with SACA and the ACA over the past 5 years including NYCC Chapter President, SACA Membership Committee Chair, SACA National Executive Board (SNEB) Chair and Immediate Past Chair, ACA Membership Executive Committee member and the NextGen Committee. Most recently, Dr. Kent was appointed to serve SACA as an advisor, a role he is thrilled be taking on!
As a student, Dr. Kent spent time practicing in the VA as a chiropractic and acupuncture intern. Upon graduation, Dr. Kent had the opportunity to participate in the World Spine Care organization in the Dominican Republic. He has been in private practice ever since and is loving every minute of it!
Dr. Kent has recently presented to SACA about membership growth, community development, teamwork, leadership, and continued involvement with the ACA across and early career practice. Dr. Kent also enjoys sharing his story about his own battles with mental illness, eating disorders, and neurologic disease. He believes that there is something to learn from every situation, even the not so pretty ones. His life experiences have affected him significantly as a leader, ACA member, and clinician and so he feels it is important to share those stories with his colleagues and patients.
Key speaking topics:
- Getting involved as a student as staying involved as a clinician.
- Making the most of your time in Chiropractic school.
- Professional leadership.
- Transitioning from student to clinician.
- Creating your professional network.