Triad of Health

Here you will find a blend of old fashioned doctoring with the most comprehensive system in Integrative Health Care, Applied Kinesiology or AK. Applied Kinesiology, as founded by Dr. George Goodheart, is the most comprehensive system in integrative health care as it incorporates under its umbrella the many branches of holistic healthcare including chiropractic, cranial sacral therapy, clinical nutrition, acupuncture, myofascial therapies, herbal medicine, homeopathy, and more.

When diagnosing and treating patients Dr. Brown incorporates the AK triad of health. The triad is represented as an equilateral triangle with structural health being its base (bones, muscles), and the upright sides representing chemical (nutrition, toxins) and mental (emotional) health. When a person experiences poor health, there is an imbalance in one or more of these factors. Through the use of manual muscle testing as a neurological diagnostic tool, Dr. Brown is able to determine not only what the problem is, but also what therapy or combination of therapies he provides will be most beneficial.

Alternative Medicine

Dr. Brown teaches courses in alternative medicine to doctors of various disciplines including doctors of chiropractic, medicine, naturopathy and homeopathy. His goal is to help his patients reach an optimum level of health. Dr. Brown does this through his ability to determine why the body is not functioning as it should and develop a treatment plan to correct the underlying physiological dysfunction, so the body can once again function as it was designed.


Holistic Treatment

Dr. Brown believes health is a process and not an event. Therefore patients seen by Dr. Brown take responsibility for their own health as they learn why their health problem has occurred and what they can do to help stop and reverse the process. He is often asked if he treats conditions such as asthma, lupus, or migraines to which he replies, ‘No, I treat the person with asthma, lupus or migraines.’ Dr. Brown specializes in helping people with difficult to treat conditions by correcting the patients underlying physiological dysfunctions using applied kinesiology.

The typical patient seen by Dr. Brown is the person who:
  • Suffers from a condition that other doctors cannot find the cause and pathology has been ruled out.
  • Has a treatable condition and wants to utilize non-pharmacological means of getting relief.
  • Understands that they need to take responsibility for their own health through diet, exercise, and rest.
  • Wants to spend time with their doctor to develop the old fashioned doctor-patient relationship based on trust and respect.