Michael R. Brown received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo in 2005. Since his graduation, Michael has worked in a variety of outpatient orthopaedic physical therapy practices where he gained valuable knowledge about how private practices operate.
Additionally, he has completed a significant amount of continuing education courses which culminated in a number of certifications, all of which make him uniquely suited to manage patients with a variety of orthopaedic conditions. In 2010, Michael became an American Physical Therapy Association recognized board certified orthopaedic specialist and shortly after achieved fellowship status in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy. Currently, Michael is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Science at the University at Buffalo. His primary teaching responsibilities lie within the first year of the graduate phase PT program. In addition to teaching, conducting research, and seeing patients, Michael is currently working to complete his PhD in Rehabilitation Science at the University at Buffalo, where his focus is on how chronic musculoskeletal pain influences physical therapy outcomes.