About Brad Rachman

An established healthcare presence in the Blue Ridge Mountains region of North Carolina since the late 1990s, Brad Rachman is a naturopath and yoga therapist whose expertise has been recognized in the New York Times. In its article “36 Hours in Asheville, North Carolina,” the Times recommended a visit to the Black Mountain Yoga offices of Brad Rachman and his wife Martia for individual therapy sessions, and examination and treatment of challenging conditions.

Rachman, who holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, co-founded Black Mountain Yoga in the Asheville suburb of Black Mountain in 2007. Rachman is responsible for curriculum development, including restorative yoga programs, and medical supervision of the facility.

Likewise, he is Medical Director of the Rachman Clinic, also in Black Mountain, where his practice offers naturopathic primary care with an emphasis on chronic and challenging conditions. He is a former Vice President of Genova Diagnostics in Asheville, where he developed one of the nation’s first predictive genomic medical tools, called Genovations. He also touted the value of healthy living and natural solutions in his former syndicated radio show “Healthy Living with Dr. Brad Rachman,” originating from the Washington, D.C., area.

Brad Rachman has a rich professional history that includes serving as chief executive of two companies, ER Technologies and Digital Dynamics, in Fort Myers, Florida, in the 1990s. Rachman also served as founder and medical director of the Healthy Living Clinic in Fort Myers, one of the largest all-natural wellness centers in the United States.

Rachman trained in naturopathic medicine at the Institute for Functional Medicine in Gig Harbor, Washington, a professional curriculum focused on the holistic treatment of chronic diseases. He enjoys outdoor sports, yoga, and music.


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