Nicole H. Brown, PT, DPT, Fellow of Pain Science, received her DPT degree from Baylor University, in 2009. She is currently a physical therapist with the U.S. Army. She holds APTA board certifications as an Orthopedic and Sports Clinical Specialist and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She developed a passion for persistent pain patients while working with polytrauma and limb loss patients. She loves teaching other clinicians and patients about pain neuroscience. She has presented at several conferences, conducted continuing education courses and is a guest lecturer for the US Army Baylor DPT program. Dr. Brown served as the brigade physical therapist for 3d Cavalry Regiment, FT Hood, TX and completed a 12-month deployment to Iraq with this unit. She is the former Assistant Chief of PT and Chief of the Limb Loss/Polytrauma PT Clinic of a large military medical center in the National Capital Region (NCR). While in the NCR, she served as the PT consultant to the White House. She most recently served as the Assistant Chief of the largest Outpatient Physical Therapy Service for the Department of Defense and now serves as a Battalion Executive Officer in the San Antonio area. Dr. Brown is mom two awesome children and married to a former Armor Officer. When they have free time, it is spent playing with their children, running the occasional road race, home improvement projects and going on sight-seeing adventures.