South Jordan, Utah
Brinton Andersen, DABFM, was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. His family moved to Moses Lake, Washington where he graduated from Moses Lake High School. After graduation he served a full-time mission in South Korea for his church. He attended BYU, where he received his Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic graduating Summa Cum Laude from Southern California University of Health Sciences.
Growing up he played basketball, baseball and tennis. Initially, his desire was to be involved in sports medicine. However, after learning about the possibilities and need of patients with chronic and autoimmune conditions, he turned his interest to functional medicine.
Dr. Andersen has received certifications from Bridgeport University in the following areas: Mastering Functional Blood Chemistry, Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, and Mastering the Thyroid. He also received certifications from the American Board of Functional Medicine in the following areas: Functional Immunology, Functional Gastroenterology and Functional Medicine. Dr. Andersen has received a Diplomate in Functional Medicine from the American Board of Functional Medicine.
He married his wife, Cheralyn, in 2011 and they have one child. His interests involve fishing, hiking, skiing and being active. He is excited to be with RedRiver Health and Wellness Center and loves being a part in helping our patients reach their health goals.