About Dr. Lowry

Dr. Lowry graduated from The George Washington University in Washington DC in 1993. He then entered a General Surgery Residency Program in San Antonio.  After Residency he started working in an established Hand Surgery Practice, as well as a working with a group involved in complimentary medicine. He then completed a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Fellowship.

Dr. Lowry holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from The University of California, Irvine, where he graduated with Honors in Research – investigating neonatal umbilical cord blood. He also holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Physiology, from California State University, Long Beach, where his research focused on Brain Neurotransmitters involved in sleep.

In 2010, Dr. Lowry began focusing his practice into treating concussed patients- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI’s). He has been a ringside physician for USA Boxing and the Texas Licensing Commission for Combative Sports since 1995, and has treated thousands of concussion cases. Studying many boxers both before and after their fights, Dr. Lowry was one of the early leaders in using EEG in recognizing that sleep is often injured in concussions, and that it is this injured sleep that is often causing for the persistent cognitive difficulties in concussed patients. He has worked to bring awareness to the medical field, of the importance of identifying these sleep deficits.

Dr. Lowry developed two computer programs for teaching Medical Students Neuroanatomy.

He has also been involved in local political activities and has Authored the Book: Recovering American Liberty: Rediscovering the Principles of Just Government