DR JULIE BROWN
Dr. Julie Brown D.C., D.A.C.N.B (Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board) has been involved in body work for sixteen years. Her passion for health care began as a child when she took part in gymnastics, an activity where keeping a healthy lifestyle was pertinent. Growing up with a parent having health issues piqued her interest in this field even more.
She attended the University of Washington and followed up and started a career as a massage therapist. Following that job she worked with a chiropractor, Dr. Chris Barney D. C, who became a big role model that led her to her current profession. This inspiration helped her earn another diploma from Southern California University of Health Sciences with a D.C. with Magna Cum Laude honor. Dr. Brown is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and a Fellow of the American College of Functional Neurology in Traumatic Brain Injury. She achieved these though her studies with the Carrick Institute and by attending grand rounds with Dr. Ted Carrick DC, who is a leader in concussion therapy and rehabilitation.
Dr. Brown strives to give the best health care possible, not “sick” care, to her patients. She treats each patient’s care for what it is, an individual case that needs focused attention and unique treatment. For this reason, she always continues her education with the latest up-to-date research. Functional nutrition has become an important focus of hers for the past six years, specifically autoimmune diseases, such as thyroid disease, diabetes and gluten free lifestyles. Her mentor in function Nutrition is Dr. Datis Kharrazian D.C, who wrote the best-selling thyroid book in the world called “Why do I still have thyroid symptoms when my lab tests are normal”.
Besides body work and nutrition, Dr. Brown’s passions include eating right and working out, mostly weight training. She has also worked as the team chiropractor for the nationally ranked football team, at Servite High school (2010-2013) and traveled as one of the chiropractors for the US National Bobsled team (2010).