When Brenden Cochran entered middle school at the age of twelve he had a devastating setback, losing his father to melanoma skin cancer. Struck with sadness he searched his soul to find his inner healer. As he grew older he felt a true calling to help people. This calling first brought him to the University of Washington in pursuit of medical school, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry.
He went on to receive his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the four-year accredited Naturopathic Medical School at Bastyr University, with training focused in prevention and promotion of wellness in a primary care setting. After graduating he co-founded Interactive Health Clinic PLLC., a family practice that integrates the roots of ancient medicine with the philosophies of modern medicine – with the goal of promoting health. He specializes in pain, integrative oncology, chronic disease management and intravenous therapies.
In addition, he is a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology to students training to become nurses at Everett Community College. He also teaches at Bastyr University, with a focus on Advanced IV Therapy and lectures for International IV Therapy for Professionals. He is an instructor of Neural Therapy and Neural Prolotherapy to doctors around the world. He also served as the medical fellow/director of intravenous therapy at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center (BIORC), Bastyr University’s cancer research center.