Chiropractor in Rock Hill, SC

Myron Brown, D.C.

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Dr. Myron Brown
With more than 25 years of practice and teaching experience, Dr. Brown has a proven track record in successful, family practice. His expertise includes precision upper cervical analysis and adjusting, and he is also equipped to provide specific full spine care.
Gentle, effective and precise adjustments are based upon the individual's clinical needs.
Yes, you really do need chiropractic and it can help more than you think!

Why? Because chiropractic brings out the best in you and all your family members. With a page called, “You Need Chiropractic,” you may wonder how we can be so sure. Simple - everyone is better off with a good nerve supply and that's where chiropractic helps. Our body has a network of nerves to carry vital information from the brain to every other part. A precise adjustment helps rid our body of interference in this essential life-sustaining communication network.

Chiropractic care is necessary for all persons and it is Dr. Brown's commitment to provide care regardless of condition. A cooperative fee system is available and there are no financial barriers.

You may have sought chiropractic care because something didn’t feel right, but a precise chiropractic adjustment is much more than pain relief or a treatment for pain. Many times people tell us that the adjustment makes them feel much better, but it does so much more.
Family chiropractic care can be a life changing experience because people of all ages function better with a good nerve supply. Chiropractic corrects nerve interference allowing babies, children, adults and elderly to perform at their best.

Here are a few words to describe our mission and the uniqueness of our practice:
Our mission: To strive to bring the highest quality chiropractic care to people of all ages.

Precise — The highest quality in chiropractic means a precise vertebral subluxation correction service.

Gentle — Chiropractic done right is far more exacting than most people think. The exact adjustment on the specific vertebra, at the right point on that vertebra and at the right time can be a life-changing experience.

Meticulous — Monitoring a person’s spine properly to know just when, where and how much to adjust is important. We use state-of-the art equipment to be able to know when our adjustments are successful.

Affordable — We are committed to making the best of chiropractic available and affordable. Cost is no longer an issue and you are free to choose between fee systems that make this a reality. No insurance required in our practice where there are no financial barriers; and people with insurance are still able to use their insurance.

Open — Your health care should be a comforting experience. Our family adjusting suite is a reflection of our approach. No closed doors or uncomfortable cubicles.

Vertebral subluxation — When a chiropractor performs a spinal adjustment, it is done to correct a vertebral subluxation. What makes subluxations so bad is that a misaligned vertebra can insult the very nerves they are intended to protect.

Adjustment — The correction of a subluxation is called, an adjustment. It’s that gentle, precise realignment your chiropractor introduces to the vertebra. But what it really means is a world of change for the better within your body because nerve interference is eliminated.
Staying well makes more sense than trying to get well. That's why we always recommend getting checked and having adjustments as a regular part of your family's good hygiene habits. Chiropractic…it's not about your pain…it's not even about your back…it's about your life!

Office Hours:
Monday – Wednesday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Dr. Brown has always embraced leadership roles in his profession and demonstrated a commitment to excellence.

A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Brown has appeared on radio and TV, speaks internationally, written numerous publications and developed educational programs for the public.

A respected educator, Brown has played a leadership role at chiropractic colleges as a member of boards of trustees, served as Executive Vice President/Provost at a chiropractic college and has led a chiropractic accrediting commission.

His scholarly work includes presentations on the principles, practice and philosophy of chiropractic; original work on the history of the chiropractic profession; innovation in chiropractic instrumentation and international development of the chiropractic profession.

He has been the recipient of many honors including the Service to Profession Award from Palmer College of Chiropractic; Fellow in the College of Straight Chiropractic; Sherman College Regent of the Year; and is a member of the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers.
Practice Areas
 Chiropractic  Knee Pain
 Accidents and Injuries  Neck Pain / Whiplash
 Acute and Chronic Pain  Nerve Pain / Sciatica
 Arthritis  Numbness / Tingling in Arms or Feet
 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  Online / Video Consultation
 COVID-19 Related Issues  Pinched Nerves
 Disc Herniation  Posture / Balance Problems
 Fibromyalgia  Repetitive Stress Injuries
 Foot and Ankle Injuries  Scoliosis
 Headache  Shoulder / Arm / Elbow Pain
 Hip Pain  Spinal Decompression
 Jaw Pain / TMJ Disorders  Sports Injuries
 Joint Pain  Upper Cervical Chiropractic
 Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)
Doctor of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa.
Bachelor of Science, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa.
Pedagogical internships: x-ray and technique, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa.
Certificate, Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP); one year plus thesis.
Certificate, Education Methodology, University of South Carolina-Upstate, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Certificate: University of Tennessee Leadership Institute.
A.A.S., Laboratory Technology, Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ.
Peer Review Committee, Association of Chiropractic Colleges, Educational Conference–Research Agenda Conference
Manuscript Review Panel, Chiropractic History (scholarly journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic)
President, Rock Hill Toastmasters Club
City of Rock Hill, No Room for Racism Committee
Catawba Area Coalition for the Homeless
Other Languages
Payments Accepted
Cash, check, visa, master card, discover
Hours:8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
License:712 South Carolin
1835 Ebenezer Rd.
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