An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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I am excited and proud to be a part of your chiropractic team here in Kittanning. Let me begin by telling you my chiropractic story. As strange as it may sound, I never went to a chiropractor for back pain or any pain for that matter. As a child, I had asthma, ear infections, and terrible allergies. Conventional medicine failed to give me any relief, and it wasn't until my parents took me to a chiropractor that I found a solution. My ear infections and asthma vanished and my allergies were relieved. I was able to breathe through my nose for the first time in years. It was eye-opening for me that adjusting my neck could have such a profound impact to my health.
I am a native of the Kittanning area and currently reside in Adrian with my wonderful wife Megan (pictured with me). Megan is originally from Greenville, PA. and graduated from Slippery Rock University with a major in marketing. She runs our family business selling our own brand of products. My parents are Douglas and Lisa Brown. I have two older brothers, Christopher and Brian Brown. Christopher is a Doctor of Physical Therapy at Sharon Regional Hospital and Brian is a purchasing agent for Penn Tool Co.
Megan and I attend church at the Limestone-Reesedale Church of God and enjoy competing in the church league softball games. We are members of the Kittanning Lion’s Club and recently helped set up and serve food for the 39th annual Senior Citizen’s Dinner. We are both certified scuba divers. My most memorable diving trips would be the Bonne Terre Mine in Missouri, the tropical island of Bonaire, and spear fishing at Daytona Beach, Florida.
I graduated from Kittanning Senior High School in 2007, and completed four years of undergraduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh as a Biological Sciences major. I then went on to obtain my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic, the founding and most prestigious college of chiropractic. During my time spent in Florida, I worked as a student doctor at the Palmer Clinic and made weekly trips to Salvation Army and Haven to provide chiropractic care to those in need. I went on to pass four rigorous National Board exams and an ACRRT radiology exam prior to earning licensure in Pennsylvania. I yearly participate in continuing education seminars in order to maintain licensure and stay abreast on the latest breakthroughs in chiropractic care. I am trained in Graston Technique soft tissue mobilization and kinesiology taping treatments.
This is the kind of training, dedication and professionalism that I am excited to offer you at Mills Chiropractic Center. I look forward to seeing you all in the office and joining you on the road to a better life through better health!