Dr. Timeca C. Brown

Dr. Timeca C. Brown

Delmarva Chiropractic is excited to announce a new associate – Dr. Timeca C. Brown! She will be joining our practice immediately, and complements the clinic with yet another physician of exemplary merit, compassion, and capability for the people of the Eastern Shore. Dr. Brown is a recent graduate of Logan University in Chesterfield, Missouri. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Huntington University, and her Masters in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, as well as her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan University. 

Dr. Brown sought mastery of a variety of chiropractic adjusting techniques including Cox-Flexion Distraction, Diversified, Gonstead, Logan Basic and Thompson Technique. She also participated in a number of optional clinical residencies and internships to enhance her experience in working with a wide range of the population. Additionally, Dr. Brown participated in programs at the Veterans Administration Chiropractic Clinic, The Logan University Pediatrics Services Clinic, Paraquad Disability Health and Wellness Center of St. Louis and The Elite Performance Academy (speed, strength and agility training for athletes). She holds certifications in K Laser, Kinesio-taping, Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Instrument Assisted Tissue Mobilization. She is a member of a number of professional organizations including: The American Black Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, World Congress of Chiropractic Students and The Maryland Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Brown was born and raised in the Caribbean paradise of Nassau, Bahamas. When asked to share a few things to help us to get to know her better she replied;

"I am the only child and pride of my parents, Norma and Timothy Brown, who are still in the Bahamas. Looking to broaden my horizons, my sense of adventure led me to the United States, where I graduated from Huntington then went on to Logan to study chiropractic. My chiropractic journey is like me… unconventional. Growing up in a small and isolated community and country, can limit your scope of careers. I was always interested in healthcare and my life’s goal was to become a medical doctor. After doing further research into the medical field, I realized that it was much more invasive than I liked. I spoke to my undergraduate Biology professor about my concerns. He encouraged me to look into other healthcare fields. I made a list of those healthcare careers that interested me. I came back to him and he suggested that I shadow some of the chiropractors that he knew in town. Since then, I have been interested in and desire to be an active part of the chiropractic community, locally and globally". 

"Outside of the office, I dabble in various activities. I consider myself an amateur food connoisseur. Trying new cuisines is one of my favorite pastimes. I like traveling and experiencing new places and cultures. Pulling out my saxophone, when the mood strikes, and wailing on riffs is something that makes my soul happy. Finding a good book that captivates me is hard, but when I do find one that grasps my attention, I can devour it within a few days. I have begun a new endeavor in my dabbling journey with martial arts. Guilty pleasures include rainy days in bed under multiple blankets, a Netflix binge or Hallmark movies with a piping hot cup of tea, and a pint of Ben and Jerry’s Peanut Butter World ice cream."

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