Drew Pierson, DAOM, has performed over 75,000 EEGs and has been practicing neurotherapy (EEG biofeedback) since 1996. He worked in a large neuropsychological practice that treated children and adults with a variety of neurophysiological disorders, where he specialized in attention disorders, depression, anxiety, autism, seizure disorders and many other medication resistant conditions. In addition, Pierson has also worked with biofeedback to treat severe PTSD in combat veterans. He is a doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine, as well as a licensed and board-certified acupuncturist and neurotherapist. His doctoral rounds focused upon integrative medicine (mental health, orthopedics, neurology, women’s health, and pediatrics.)
Pierson practices in an integrative setting where traditional Chinese medicine, Western medicine, and other holistic therapies work together to achieve the most suitable and beneficial protocol for patients. His goal is to create an effective, preventative, high-quality option for healthcare by aiding in the integration of Eastern, Western, and holistic medicine. His specialty interests include mental/neuropsychological issues in both adult and pediatric populations, neuroleadership, and peak performance. He seeks to create a complete lifestyle for excellence, peak mental health, sleep, stress, exercise, dietary intake, and environment.
A decorated veteran, Pierson served six years in the U.S. Navy as an electronic engineer on a fast attack nuclear submarine, largely patrolling the waters under the Arctic Circle and taking part in Desert Storm.