Dr. Myles Brooks
Dr. Myles graduated from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science receiving highest honors. He then earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Masters of Health Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition from Northwestern Health Sciences University graduating with highest honors in both degrees.
Dr. Myles has undergone extensive training in Gonstead, Applied Kinesiology, and Motion Palpation chiropractic techniques while adding an extensive background in Functional Medicine to his toolbox. Clinically, Dr. Myles has worked with children to elite levels athletes as well as designing nutritional programs for the terminally ill. Above all, he has advanced training in the Neuromuscular Re-education and practices using much of the protocols established by D.N.S – Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. Dr. Myles is very passionate about getting patients back to a healthy state while giving them the exercise(s), nutrition, and various other strategies to put them back in charge of their own lives. He finds great joy and success in helping patients with sciatica, disc disease, muscle imbalance, poor posture as well as auto-immunity, meal preparation, poor lifting mechanics, and much more. Most importantly, Dr. Myles uses an integrative approach in providing patient-centered care that looks to give his patients the knowledge, awareness, and habits to live their best life with minimal to no reliance on doctors in conventional or alternative medicine.
Dr. Myles is currently training for his board certification as a chiropractic neurologist along with continuing to educate himself on various modalities such as Dynamic Taping, FAKTR, McKenzie (MDT), Gonstead, Applied Kinesiology, Functional Medicine, and D.N.S.
Dr. Myles resides in Kindred, North Dakota while his wife continues Medical School at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota.