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Dr. Jesse Jory is a California board certified Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Dr. Jory earned his undergraduate degree from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. He continued on to study biomedicine at Cleveland Chiropractic College and subsequently completed his Doctorate degree at the California Institute of Integral Studies & The American College of TCM in San Fransisco, California, one of the nation’s top graduate schools for Traditional Chinese Medicine. His clinical trainings included apprenticeships at The Venice Family Clinic specializing in pain, and working at the Community Clinic in Marina Del Rey. Dr. Jory specializes in Sports Medicine and Functional Medicine. He retains a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine from NCCAOM. Jesse is also a Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher RYT-500 and has taught yoga for the past eight years.

Dr. Jory has spent time volunteering around the world most recently in rural Nepal as an Acupuncture physician with the NGO -Acupuncture Relief Project. He also volunteers for the United Nations as an online volunteer. Dr. Jory has established himself as a leader in Men's and Women's Integrative healthcare. He supports individuals who are rehabilitating injuries such as back and neck pain. Jesse also treats patients who suffer from anxiety and stress related maladies. He serves Silver Lake, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Century City, West LA, and Downtown Los Angeles.


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I have been a clinician in Los Angeles for eleven years. I have worked with many physicians from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Kerlan-Jobe Institute, and Watkins Spine, all of whom are respected orthopedic physicians in their fields.

I received my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Mount Saint Mary’s University in 2007. I also completed a 10-month orthopedic residency seminar at the University of Southern California.

My experience and training taught me how to look at the whole person rather than just treating symptoms. This holistic approach allows me to get to the source of your pain by identifying and treating biomechanical dysfunctions and poor movement patterns. My treatment involves “hands-on” manual physical therapy, specific functional exercise, and a rehabilitation program geared specifically for each individual.

I provide one-on-one, full hour sessions where you are my only focus. Additionally, I’m interested in helping you reach long term changes in your pain, not just a quick fix that requires numerous medical follow ups.



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