Chief, Outpatient Physical Therapy
Brook Army Medical Center
Garden Ridge, Texas – United States
MAJ Nicole H. Brown, DPT is a US Army physical therapist with speciality board certifications in orthopedics and sports. She is a certified therapeutic pain specialist and uses this training to aid in the nonpharmocologic managmenet of patients with complex pain. She has served in several military assignments. Of note,MAJ Brown served as the attached 3d Armored Calvalry Regiment (ACR) Physical Therapist (PT) at COS Kalsu, Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn from Aug 2010-Aug 2011. Following redeployment, she became the first permanently assigned PT to 3d ACR as it transitioned to a Stryker Brigade and established 3d ACR’s first garrison physical therapy clinic. In 2014, she was assigned to Walter Reed Military Medical Center (WRNMCC). She served as the Chief of the Amputee Physical Therapy Service for the Military Advanced Training Center and also served as the Deputy Chief of the Physical Therapy Service. She was handpicked to serve as physical therapy consultant to the White House. In this capacity, she dealt regularly with high level government officials either serving as their physical therapist or coordinating care. In 2018 she served as the physical therapy consultant to the Republic of Georgia for a one month military training team mission. MAJ Brown started a multidisciplinary pain management class, the only one of its kind in the National Capitol Region for military beneficiaries. Currently, MAJ Brown is stationed at FT Sam Houston, TX and is the Chief of Outpatient Physical Therapy Services for Brook Army Medical Center.
MAJ Brown lives in Garden Ridge, Texas with her husband, Conrad, six year old son, Wesley and four year old daughter, Cora. When they have free time, it is spent playing with their children, running the occasional road race, and going on sight-seeing adventures.
Thursday, November 7
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM