Meet Dr. Brent Davis

Dr. Brent Davis

Chiropractic Physician, Herbal Therapist

Dr. Brent Davis has been in practice for over twenty years. His undergraduate studies at UCLA were in pre-medicine and anthropology (with a special emphasis on native healing methods.) He graduated cum laude from Southern California University of Health Sciences, and is licensed as a chiropractor in the states of California and Tennessee. Dr. Davis draws from many modern chiropractic techniques, ranging from those which adjust without any thrust by balancing polarity in the body (the BEST method), to Applied Kinesiology, to gentle, conventional manipulation of the spine and skull.He tailors how he adjusts to the needs of each individual.

Dr. Davis has had a compelling interest in the world of medicinal plants since he began clinical practice. He has focused especially on bringing to light both forgotten and new applications of master herbs as they relate to healing common problems.

Beginning in 2001 Dr. Davis received two U.S. patents for the invention of a whole new form of flower essence therapy ( which is much more powerful than the original Bach flower remedies due to advances in the technique of preparation. Virtually all flower essence producers worldwide use the original method of cutting the living flower from the mother plant for extraction which causes a loss of much healing energy. Dr. Davis’ invention extracts the living flower UNCUT, thus preserving the full power of LIVING flowers to help heal emotional trauma and negative subconscious patterning.

Dr. Davis is internationally distinguished for landmark research on various herbs such as Echinacea and Cat’s Claw. He has collected and prepared herbs in the wild from around the world; clinically validated their usefulness; brought lost herbs to the attention of the academic research community; and finally, co-authored articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

In addition to his clinical practice, he creates herbal products for health professionals at PRL-Phytotherapy Research Laboratories, and conducts workshops for health practitioners to teach the effective use of flower essences and herbs.