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Mark T. Brinson

Why I do what I do!


It was really injury that led me to my work.  In my last two years of high school, I was competing at a high level in Triathlons and turning pro. A knee injury cut my career short, leading me into the Army where a heel injury and later, disc herniation almost did the same.  It turns out most of my injuries arose from the same postural imbalances and leg length differences... differences that could have been corrected had I known then what I know now.  This led me to corrective exercise and functional training and it just went from there. Pursuing, really chasing, more and better techniques (and the licenses required to do them!) to help patients as quickly as possible.  

In teaching, I am passionate about sharing every ounce of my expertise and teaching new and innovative techniques to others through national and internationally seminars.  My mission is to help as many people as possible!


I have a wide variety of hobbies and interests including kayaking, fossil hunting, scuba, surfing, mountain biking, photography, weight training, golf and motorcycles.  


Passionately pursuing my life's work has allowed me time to have fun and besides, since I love what I do, I feel that I never work a day!



Doctor's Bio


Doctor of Oriental Medicine


 Florida Institute of Traditional

 Chinese Medicine

   - 3,000 Hour Program

   - Four Year Graduate School

   - Florida & National License


 The Humanities Center

   - Massage Therapy

   - Neuromuscular Therapy 250 Hours

   - Myofascial Release 300 Hours


Pre-Med and Physical Therapy Studies

   - University of South Florida

   - University of Florida




Doctor of Oriental Medicine 

  Specializing in Manual Medicine, Human

  Performance and Dermatology


Teacher & Instructor

 Teaches and Certifies Students in 8 unique      Myofascial Integration Seminars notably- 

  • Shoulder, Upper Ribs and Thoracics

  • Atlas Axis Stabilization

  • Osteopathic Cranial Manipulation

  • TMJ and Facial Pain

  • Visceral Manipulation & Scar Tissue Release

  • Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Stabilization

  • Osteopathic Cranial Manipulation

  • Cupping, Moxibustion and GuaSha


Certified Master Neuromuscular Therapist

  Lead Instructor / Editor for

  St. John Method 1-8 Internationally for 6 Years.


Certified Myofascial Release

  Thousands of Hours in Seminars and Teaching


Extensive Manual Medicine Certifications

  400 Hours Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy

  300 Hours Osteopathic Internships

  300 Hours Chiropractic Internships


Certified Herbologist

  1000 Hours and Internship


Certified Addictionology

  250 Hours


National and State Board Certified


Military Career


U.S. Army

3rd US Infantry "The Old Guard"

Washington, DC


   - Ceremonies, Parades, Funerals

   - Over 1500 Honors Funerals

   - White House Clearance




US Army - The Old Guard

Being in the Old Guard taught me to be meticulous and detail oriented in everything that I do. It drove home the point that you should "walk the walk to talk the talk" both personally and in business. It was the foundation in making me the person that I am today.

Seminar Photo with Fun Group



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