Dr. Bryan Pascoe

Dr. Pascoe lives in the Fieldstone Farms neighborhood with his wife and three children. Dr. Pascoe has close ties to the community. He has worked with the gymnastics team at Harpeth School of Gymnastics. His wife is a special needs teacher at Grassland Elementary in the Williamson County School System and all three Pascoe children currently attend Williamson County Schools.

Upon graduating from the University of Michigan in 2000, he worked in the financial industry for seven years. Feeling unfulfilled in his career, and after much deliberation, he chose to go back to school to study medicine. Shortly after marrying his wife, Dawne, he began applying to medical school. During this time, his first child, Shayne, was born and suffered from colic. He would scream in pain for two to three hours while sleeping for approximately one hour. This went on for nine months, and the doctors they took him to were not giving satisfactory answers to resolve this issue. As a last resort, feeling helpless and with many sleepless nights, they took him to a chiropractor. It turned out to be a life-changing decision. After the first adjustment, finally being able to relax, he slept for 13 hours. The second adjustment had eliminated all his colic issues! It felt like a miracle to them. At this time, Dr. Pascoe decided to redirect his focus of study to chiropractic, where he thought he could impact the lives of others through a more natural and holistic approach.

In 2012, shortly after their third child, Ronan, was born and their daughter, Devyn, turned two years old, he began school at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus and completed his Doctorate at the top of his class in 2015. During his time at Palmer College, he was introduced to the Functional Neurology aspect of chiropractic and began taking post-graduate courses while still working on his Doctorate. From 2012 through 2014, he took an additional 300 hours of coursework in Functional Neurology at the Carrick Institute for Doctoral Studies in Orlando, Florida. He completed his internship with a chiropractic neurologist just outside Atlanta, Georgia, at the end of chiropractic school. Through his internship, he was given the opportunity to work with patients suffering from Tourette’s, Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, Positional Orthostatic Hypotension, Migraines, Dysautonomia, Vertigo, BPPV, Balance Disorders, Dystonia, Concussions, and other Traumatic Brain Injuries. In 2016, he received his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board.

Education and Achievements:

  • Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board 2017-Present
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus, 2012-2015 Doctor of Chiropractic
  • Salutatorian
  • Summa Cum Laude
  • Academic Excellence Award
  • Clinical Excellence Award Nominee
  • James Buerkle Award Nominee
  • Palmer Florida Functional Neurology Club-President 2012-2014
  • Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies, Diplomate in Functional Neurology, 2016 (300 hours of Functional Neurology training)
  • Clinical Neuroscience Institute, certified in Nerve Conduction Studies Testing (NCS) and Needle Electro-Myography (EMG), 2021 (150 hours of Electrodiagnosis)
  • University of Michigan, 1996-2000 School of Kinesiology –Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management & Communications -Graduated with Distinction
  • 1996-2000 Member of the University of Michigan Men’s Gymnastics Team-Three-year letter winner
  • Member of the 1999 NCAA National Championship Team
  • Member of the 1999 and 2000 Big Ten Championship Teams
  • 1997-1998 Newt Loken Scholarship Recipient for Academic and Athletic Achievement
  • 1997-2000 Big Ten All-Academic First Team


  • Nashville Zoo Volunteer with the Veterinary Department, 2015-Present
  • Youth Ministry Volunteer & Coordinator, Unity of Nashville, 2016-2020
  • Coached both recreation and team gymnastics (ages 2-47)
  • USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Judge 1996-1998
  • USA Gymnastics Olympic Developmental Team Qualifier 1994
  • Special Olympics Volunteer Coach 1993, 1995-1996
  • Appalachian Service Project 1993, 1995