Dr. Brandon Brock, DNP, DC, NP-C, MSN, APRN, DACNB, DCBCN, FICC
Dr. Brandon Brock is a practitioner in Dallas, Texas who holds a Doctorate in Family Nursing Practice from Duke University, and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He has a Diplomate in Functional Neurology, Nutrition, Conventional Medicine, and Integrated Medicine as well. He is a Global Clinical Research Scholar from Harvard Medical School with a specialty in survey design and secondary analysis.
Dr. Brock also serves on the diagnosis and treatment committee for the Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome Advisory Council in the state of Texas and this subject matter is the topic of is doctoral dissertation work. He is a member of multiple organizations including The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement Honor Society, The National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Theta Tau, National Association of Orthopedic Nurses, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the International College of Integrative Medicine. He has published multiple papers, book chapters and lectures over a range of healthcare and theoretical topics with many esteemed researchers that are the top of their field. He currently participates as a scientific director and educator for multiple companies and has a passion for teaching.
• Doctorate in Nursing Practice: Duke University
• Doctorate in Chiropractic: Parker University
• Master of Nursing Science (Family Nurse Practitioner): Samford University
• Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner: Duke University
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Hardin Simmons University
• Bachelor of Science in Anatomy: Parker University
• Global Clinical Post Doctorate Research Scholar: Harvard Medical School
• Cellular Medicine Fellowship Training: A4M
• PhD Student: Texas Woman’s University
• Diplomate status (American Chiropractic Neurology Board)
• Diplomate status (Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition)
• Fellow International College of Chiropractors
Dr. Brock earned his Molecular Medicine Fellowship from The American Academy of Anti-Aging and Medicine (A4M) and recently completed Duke’s Orthopedic specialization. He is currently working on a Ph.D. in his senior year. He has been fortunate enough to receive Best educator in functional neurology from the American Chiropractic Association four times in a row and twice from the Interdisciplinary Association of Functional Neurosciences and Rehabilitation. He also received the Humanitarian award from the same organization. Dr. Brock received the Living Legacy award from Samford University where he attended school to become a nurse practitioner and is the recipient of the top functional neurologist from the International Association of Top Professionals. He is committed to being a multifaceted practitioner with developed skills as a clinician, researcher and educator.
Dr. Brock enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, helping his patients, and learning new things to integrate into patient care and student lectures and is an adjunct professor at multiple universities. He works in a multi-practitioner facility that offer case collaboration with Dr. Margaret Christensen MD and other highly credentialed providers in an evidence-based model.