Dr. Jason Brown is a chiropractor in private practice in New York’s Capital Region with offices in the Schodack / East Greenbush community. Dr. Brown has an interest and expertise in rehabilitation, functional training, and corrective exercise. Working in compliment with traditional chiropractic adjustments, these tools help change people’s lives.
Whether it is allowing someone to walk and transition independently, return to activity as a weekend warrior or playful parent, or to train and compete at the highest level such as marathon running or college/pro sports, helping patients get from where they are to where they want to be is my passion. It is my intent to use this blog as a way to share ideas, thoughts, and tips to open minds, increase awareness, and facilitate healthy changes for those who take the time to read it.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Brown is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and ACA Rehab Council, serves as Vice President of the New York State Chiropractic Association (NYSCA) and previously served on the Board of Directors and as President of NYSCA District 10. He has coauthored 2 chapters in the Functional Training Handbook and earned a Diplomate in Chiropractic Rehabilitation (DACRB). Dr. Brown is a certified member of Rehab 2 Performance and serves as the Testing Director, teaches post-graduate courses in the areas of spine rehabilitation, functional assessment and corrective exercise, and NYS Workers’ Compensation, and continues traveling and learning from exceptional practitioners who are advancing the ideas of patient-centered conservative care.
Some techniques/systems that Dr. Brown has trained in (that may appear in the blog) include:
– Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) & other Prague school influences (Janda, Lewit, Vojta, and the teachings of those who studied with and learned from them).
– Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) & Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
– Liebenson’s Clinical Audit Process & Mag 7
– McKenzie/Mechanical Diagnosis & Treatment (MDT)
– Functional Training / Corrective Exercise
– McGill‘s research, writing, and teaching
– Graston Technique
– Kinesiology/movement pattern taping
– Kettlebells and functional fitness training
– Fascial Manipulation as developed by Stecco
– Contemporary pain science, including the work of Butler and Moseley.
I hope you enjoy reading and feel free to comment.
– Jason Brown, DC