Eric Mallory is a Licensed Acupuncturist with additional degrees of Doctor of Medicine, and Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. He specializes in treating patients with Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. In 1988 Eric began his long journey of natural medicine studying herbs and energy medicine and eventually in 1993 began Chinese Medicine study at Five Branches University, graduating in 1996. Dr Mallory currently teaches as a Clinical Supervisor at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, in Portland. He now treats private Naturopathic and Acupuncture patients, at Madras Physical Therapy, as well as in his Bend Clinic.
Dr. Mallory began his acupuncture practice as a partner in Silk Road Acupuncture Center in Ft. Collins, CO, with the renowned James Ramholz, OMD. During his seven years at Silk Road, he became the only acupuncturist taught the entire Korean Dong Han Daoist system of Pulse Diagnosis, as it was taught to Jim. Jim was taught the system over 20 years, by Dong Han lineage head Jiang Jing Sung Baek. Jim and Eric, began teaching Advanced Pulse Diagnosis, in Denver in 2001 until Jim’s death, in 2004. One of the fascinating aspects of the Dong Han Daoist system is the seamless incorporation of the details of western medicine into the sophisticated pulse model used in diagnosis. After Jim’s death, in order to make his diagnostic skills leading edge, Eric then attended A.U.C. School of Medicine and earned his degree as a Doctor of Medicine. He is also a graduate of NCNM in Portland, where he earned his doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Mallory has advanced training in Oxidative therapies such as Ozone Therapy, Prolozone, Prolotherapy, and Major Autohemotherapy. He is also trained in IV Chelation, Vitamin IV therapy, Functional Medicine, Bio Identical Hormones.
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I have been a licensed therapist for the past 29 years. I’ve spent the better part of my life successfully helping people feel better mentally, emotionally and physically while helping them to achieve optimal brain function through many state-of-the-art, evidence-based technologies.
I have a Ph.D. in Electromedical Sciences from City University of Los Angeles and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Humanistic Studies San Diego, CA. My Bachelor’s degree is from Western Michigan University where I majored in Group Social Sciences and minored in Psychology.
I currently utilize Counseling, Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in my practice in Bend, Oregon where I practice as an Oregon Professional Counselor. I am licensed in California as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed in Michigan as a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am also Board Certified in Biofeedback (Psychophysiological Self-Regulation) as a Senior Fellow and Diplomate and have been practicing neurofeedback for over 27 years.
My interests in improving brain function and helping to alleviate pain and suffering, in the safest and most cost saving manner, has also led me to study a wide variety of practices and modalities that include: