MS, LAc 

Joshua specializes in the treatment of chronic pain and musculoskeletal conditions. He uses a unique combination of acupuncture, body work, physical rehabilitation, and therapeutic neuroscience education to help his patients reduce pain and optimize their physical and athletic performance.

Being a disabled military veteran who has dealt with chronic pain and migraines himself for the past 25 years as a result of a parachuting accident, he relates to his patients’ struggles and personally understands the process of healing. Over the past 20 years he has helped collegiate and professional athletes, combat veterans, hospice patients, and patients in the public health setting reduce their pain and improve their quality of life.

He is considered a subject matter expert for the treatment of complex chronic pain syndromes and he has consulted for the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Joshua has also been invited to be a keynote speaker for pain conferences in Oregon, Washington, and California.

He brings over a decade of clinical experience to his clinical work, and he is a dedicated healthcare provider who listens to his patients and helps empower them to achieve optimum health and wellness. In addition to his clinical practice, Joshua also provides consultation services for men over 40 helping them to overcome stress, prevent burnout, improve their health, feel their best, and perform at their peak.