Flight Surgeon, United States Air Force Reserve, Hill Air Force Base 01/2012 - Present
● Stationed in Ogden, UT with the 419th Medical Squadron (MDS)
● General responsibilities include physical exams and flight clearances for USAF flying personnel, continued training in Flight and Aeronautic Medicine
● Focus of work includes Occupational Medicine issues for all Air Force flyers
2010 – Present Diplomate American Board of Family Medicine (155671)
2010 – Present Member American Academy of Family Phyisicians (9032172)
2015 – Present Diplomate American Board of Addiction Medicine (634451)
2015 – Present Member American Society of Addiction Medicine (36482175)
2014 – 2015 Member Geauga Medical Executive Committee
Master's of Science in Nursing in FNP Charles R. Drew University - Los Angeles, CA January 2017 to May 2018
Bachelor's of Science in Nursing in Nursing National University - Los Angeles, CA October 2014 to November 2016
Dr. Britton is currently a Board-Eligible Functional Neurologist. Studying functional neuro-kinesiologist through the Carrick Institute. He has already completed over 2000 post-doctoral hours in neuroscience and Kinesiology.
In addition to his Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Britton has undertaken additional postgraduate studies. Comprehensive coursework in Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation. He has over 100 hours of training in Professional Kinesiology and is certified in the advanced Myofascial Release soft-tissue technique of NMR. He also practices the Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) technique for addressing the unique cellular properties of bone that allow for utilizing the bioelectric properties of the skeleton and allow the reversal of degenerative damages to the spine and skeleton.