Dr. Brian T Lumb, DC

It’s so RAD (pt.3)

It makes sense to me that the unexpectedly slow pace of finding the space for Nourish & Flourish would transform into an equally unexpected warp speed of building out the space to fit our vision.  Yes, it makes sense, but it's not necessarily comfortable.  The transition from dreaming and talking in theory about what we desire into making the daily decisions that shape the look and feel of the space felt like going from a friendly game of cards at ...Read more

Testimonials

"I am continually amazed at how much better I feel physically, emotionally, and psychologically from Network Care."

Donna D. – Asheville, NC

I have a passion for assisting people to bring their unique gifts to the world and over the past fifteen years have facilitated thousands in transforming their stress and trauma into ease, vitality, and ultimately a life of fulfillment.

Several rich experiences as a young child greatly influenced the trajectory of my life and led to my decision at the ripe age of nine to become a chiropractor.  By the time I was eight years old, I went to Japan and received private cello lessons from Dr. Suzuki, developer of the Suzuki method; received Reiki 1 training from Takata who brought Reiki to the U.S from Japan; as well as received training in Transcendental Meditation – not a “normal” curriculum for most 2nd graders in the mid 70’s.  Each experience planted the seed for what is now my commitment to mastery.

After graduating from San Diego State University with a BA in Physical Education and emphasis in Athletic Training, I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA graduating Cum Laude in 1995.  I was introduced to Network Spinal Analysis by receiving my first Network adjustment from the developer, Dr. Donny Epstein.

In 1998, I moved to Seattle, WA and founded Center of the Universe Network Care, which soon became a thriving practice.  During this time, I created “Live an Extraordinary Life,” a half-hour radio program that ran for 1½ years where I educated my listeners by interviewing members of my practice about transformations they experienced in their body and life through Network Care.  From 2004 – 2009, I led the Pacific Northwest Network Practitioners, a group which held monthly meetings dedicated to advancing the clinical skills of Network Doctors.  Since 2004, I have served on the international staff of the Transformational Gate programs and have been on the teaching staff for Wise World Seminars since 2008.

After twelve years in practice, my wife Jenny and I took a seven-month sabbatical traveling the U.S. through 40 states andconsulting for other Network practices.  While on sabbatical, I spoke at both campuses of Life Chiropractic College to students about being an extraordinary chiropractor and  creating a practice of mastery.  My energetic, informative, and entertaining message inspire audiences to personal action.  I am excited to put down roots once again and passionately share my gifts in Asheville, NC. Give the office a call to sign up for the next New Patient Orientation — I look forward to meeting you soon.