Brandon Benjamin, MAcOM, LAc, LMT
Brandon (he/him) is a licensed acupuncturist, massage therapist, and herbalist providing holistic health care in Portland, Oregon. He provides a welcoming and inclusive space to support natural health and well-being with gentle acupuncture, bodywork, and herbal medicine.
His acupuncture style is based on Japanese Meridian Therapy, which involves hands on palpation and gentle acupuncture techniques. Acupuncture treatments can also include shiatsu, moxibustion, infrared, cupping, gua sha, qi gong, exercise and movement therapy. Herbal medicine, dietary and lifestyle guidance is available to support your treatment.
He specializes in providing inclusive LGBTQ+ healthcare and treating acute and chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries, headaches, migraines, stress, insomnia, digestive issues, seasonal allergies, and immune support. Acupuncture and traditional East Asian medicine has been shown to effectively treat a wide variety of conditions and symptoms.
Brandon is a Licensed Acupuncturist by the Oregon Medical Board and nationally certified as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by NCCAOM. He received his Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and Bachelor of Arts from The Evergreen State College. He has been an Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist since 2010 and graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts.
- Oregon Medical Board Licensed Acupuncturist - AC203200
- Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist - LMT17812
- Diplomate of Oriental Medicine - National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
- Professional Member of Oregon Association of Acupuncturists & American Society of Acupuncturists
- Professional Member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
- Master of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine - 2020
- Herbalist Training Program, The Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine - 2015
- Massage Therapy Program, East West College of the Healing Arts - 2010
- Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies, The Evergreen State College - 2005