Chiropractic | Male | 43 years old
Integrative Health Bellingham
801 Samish Way Ste 202
Bellingham, WA 98229
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Dr. Jeffrey J. Albright, DC, DAAMLP, FIAMA, DAIIM
Integrative Health Bellingham-President, Director of Clinical Services
Dr. Albright was born and raised in a small town near the Twin Cities in Minnesota. Dr. Albright completed his pre-medicine requisites and earned Bachelor of Human Science Degree, and his Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from the prestigious Logan University in St. Louis. While at Logan University he was on the Dean's List, received a scholarship for Clinical Excellence, and was also awarded for special services to the university. He supplemented his training with Acupuncture & Applied Kinesiology courses. He spent countless hours, over 350 classroom hours and thousands of hours of study in addition to his Chiropractic Curriculum. He served as the President of the Acupuncture Club for more than 2-years, leading students and local chiropractors to a better understanding of the neurological basis of acupuncture.
Upon completion of his Doctor of Chiropractic, while living in Japan for six years, being fluent in Japanese greatly contributed to his advanced study of Japanese Acupuncture and attaining a 5th-degree black belt in the Japanese Martial Art of Aikido (The way of harmony). He also holds a Bachelor in Japanese Language from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, which has greatly contributed to his understanding and certification in acupuncture, which he gained after living and practicing in Japan for almost six years. While in Japan, he co-authored an article on Logan Basic Technique, an extremely low force adjusting technique, which was published in the Japanese Journal of Manipulation. This, along with other techniques that Dr. Albright has been trained in allows him to adapt to the individual needs of the acute care patient.
Having extensive post-graduate education Dr. Jeff Albright of Integrative Health Bellingham has been described as the Best of East & West and, "… something of a modern-day Renaissance man, and strives for higher levels of excellence in everything he does." Dr. Albright has studied neuroscience, functional neurology, neuro linguistic programming, hypnosis, auriculotherapy, neurophysiology of breathing, and Japanese Acupuncture to gain a better understanding of how to optimize human performance through brain and nervous system function.
Dr. Albright is a Doctor of Chiropractic with Acupuncture authority and maintains licensure in the States of Washington, Colorado, Utah and Arkansas. Dr. Albright has treated thousands of automobile & work injury patients while serving as clinic director at multi-disciplinary personal injury clinics in the Denver Metro Area since 2003. He is an accredited level 1 physician through the Colorado Division of Worker's Compensation, has received his Diplomate from the American Academy of Medical Legal Professionals which focuses upon managing motor vehicle accident cases, and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture, a Diplomate of the American Institute of Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Albright is well-known for his successful treatment of a variety of conditions including Whiplash, auto accident injuries, addictions, work and sports injuries, fibromyalgia, fatigue, sleep trouble, mood swings, irritability, hormone imbalances, digestive disorders, women's health problems, sinus troubles, headaches and back pain. He provides comprehensive care to the people of Bellingham, Washington utilizing advanced methods including functional neurology, functional medicine, integrative health, applied kinesiology, chiropractic, physical rehabilitation, and nutrition.
"It gives me great pride to help others get out of pain and regain their health. It is as if I am giving them the chance to live life again."
Doctor Albright has sought post-doctoral education and training in neurology and provides treatment for learning disabilities, vestibular disorders, traumatic brain injuries and pain management.
Doctor Albright has sought advanced training in clinical neuroscience based rehabilitation of physical and neurological conditions. He has experience treating traumatic brain injuries, learning disabilities, auto-immune disorders, hormone and metabolic disorders, and chronic pain.
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Graduated in 2003
Completed in 2003
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