meet the team
Nicholas Brown, D.C.
Often times I am reminded of my birthplace when new patients ask the all too common question, “Where are you from?” I was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe until I moved to the United States to attend the University of Wyoming in 1983. While there I received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, where I became fascinated with the body’s extraordinary ability to heal itself.
It was this fascination that prompted me to delve deeper into the inner workings of the body, focusing on neurology and the relationship between the brain and the spine. Our body is filled with 46 miles of nerves, all of which are connected throughout the body and controlled by the 100 billion neurons in the brain. It's amazing how the body can heal from the inside out by restoring communication between the brain and the body. After visiting with a local Wyoming chiropractor I knew I had found a profession in the chiropractic field. It wasn't until after helping my daughter suffering from colic and poor sleep that it became a passion. I didn't want my parents to experience what my wife and I did.
I have been helping families in the Albany area for over 36 years. My goal with patients is to reveal what's causing the problem, relieve the dysfunction as quickly as possible, and go on to restore optimum health.
When I am not in the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife, four children, and three grandchildren.
Beth has always been fascinated by wellness and how chiropractic care can benefit all aspects of a person's life. This curiosity has led her to becoming a team member. She has already learned so much about wellness and has submersed herself into learning about the power of chiropractic healing. In her spare time, she enjoys making memories with her family, meditating, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
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