Brian Paris, DC
Pain and Arthritis Center, PC
Dr. Brian Paris knows the price of pain. It affects not only our physical health, but our emotional wellbeing and confidence as well. That’s why Dr. Paris has spent his entire career as a wellness expert, understanding how the interdependent parts of the body work as a whole, and helping his patients find solutions to chronic knee pain, backaches, headaches, arthritis and more—all without surgery or drugs.
Dr. Paris has worked with thousands of patients with diverse medical histories to put them on a pain-free path that allows them to live an active, confident and healthier life. His dynamic approach to patient care is much like the body itself: interconnected. He looks at the whole person: posture, nutrition, sleep and exercise habits, and movement. After working with Dr. Paris, patients not only find their knee pain solved, but report weight loss, increased energy, and greater self-confidence.
Dr. Paris’ interest in body mechanics began when he was as an all-state lacrosse player in New Jersey. He began his college studies at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, finishing with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiological Sciences from the University of Maryland, College Park, with a focus in biomechanics. Dr. Paris continued his studies at Life University in Marietta, GA, earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic. While at Life University, Dr. Paris served as President of the Chiropractic BioPhysics® technique club, becoming a certified member early in school and teaching many of his colleagues. He is now a Chiropractic BioPhysics® instructor, advising health care practitioners on technique.
Dr. Paris has since developed several wellness programs and consults practitioners nationwide. He is a sought after presenter, known for his ability to simplify complex health and wellness concepts. Participants report his presentations are engaging and entertaining.
When not sharing health and wellness concepts, Dr. Paris enjoys mountain biking, skiing, surfing, ocean kayaking and just about any action sport that pumps adrenaline. If he’s not moving himself, Dr. Paris is an actively involved father of his two young children.