Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dr. Theodore (Ted) Brown's clinical emphasis is on maximizing function and mobility for patients with MS. His research interests are in symptomatic treatment and rehabilitation interventions for MS.
He has numerous publications on MS and is an editor of the International Journal of MS Care. Dr. Brown has served on a subcommittee of the AAN on rehabilitation in MS and has done many workshops on exercise and rehabilitation for MS patients and physical therapists.
Multiple sclerosis and other chronic demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system
Philosophy of Care
My role is to help you deal with the challenges that come with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. This includes treating the underlying disease with disease-modifying drugs, management of MS-related symptoms such as cognitive problems, fatigue and difficulty walking. We strive to work as a team, involving other staff members, rehabilitation professionals and consultants. Educating the you and your family and providing a program to achieve maximum wellness and quality of life is a top priority.
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Harvard Medical School | Boston, MA
University of Washington, Dept of Rehabilitation Medicine | Seattle, WA
University of Washington (multiple sclerosis) | Seattle, WA
University of Washington (rehabilitation medicine) | Seattle, WA