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Jaime Browning, DCDr. Jaime Browning, BS

Jaime Browning, DC is an instructor of clinical sciences. She has a D.C. from Sherman College (2009) and a B.S. from Lander University (2002). She teaches Pattern Analysis, Spinal Exam Review, and Pediatrics/Geriatrics.

Dr. Browning has been with Sherman College since 2010. She has extra training in Knee Chest Upper Cervical technique and Skin Temperature Differential Analysis (STDA).

Dr. Browning maintains a part-time chiropractic practice in Spartanburg. She is married with two children. Dr. Browning enjoys camping, time spent with her family, and being involved in her local community. "Being specific in all aspects of patient care is of the utmost importance. You will learn specificity at Sherman College.”, she says.

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