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About Aluma

The practice of aesthetic medicine has been around for years. In the recent past, there has been a significant increase in the use of cosmetic injectable treatments. A more comprehensive understanding of facial aging and advanced treatment techniques is unfolding, lending to beautifully natural results. Aluma was established in 2018 to serve patients with expertise and precision. Locally owned and operated, we are humbled to be a part of Portland’s creative, small business community.

About Dr. Brigham

Dr. Nathaniel S. Brigham, MD is a board-certified internal medicine physician and owner of Aluma Aesthetic Medicine in Portland, Oregon

Dr. Nathaniel S. Brigham, MD, is a board-certified internal medicine physician. In 2005 he graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine, then interned at the Naval Hospital Bremerton and served as a US Navy flight surgeon. In 2009, he moved to Portland, where he completed an internal medicine residency at Oregon Health and Science University. He has worked as a Hospitalist since. In 2017 he began specializing in aesthetic medicine and opened his private practice the following year. Since then, he has found fulfillment in the artistic and procedural aspects of aesthetic medicine and the refinement of those skills to achieve optimal results. Now with over five years of experience, he remains current with the latest evidence and techniques in aesthetic medicine. 

About Aimee

Aimee Brigham, MCD, CCC, Co-owner/Manager of, is a natural caregiver, and patients can expect that personal touch from her.

Aimee Brigham, MCD, CCC, Co-owner/Manager, is a natural caregiver, and patients can expect that personal touch from her. “I understand wanting to feel good about your skin, because that affects your confidence and happiness,” says Aimee. As a young adult she had cystic acne, and she knows firsthand the positive results from non-surgical facial rejuvenation. With a master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, since 2008 Aimee has worked in the Northwest as a pediatric speech and language pathologist. She especially enjoys time with her own two kids, playing with Legos and making art together. And nothing beats her famous Shrimp Creole.