For the past 25 years, Dr. Brown has studied the health of more than 300,000 patients. X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound studies, and MRI scans have shown him the assorted effects that disease and injury can have on human health. During this time, he has accumulated vast experience with how toxins affect our lives: from the initial presentation of disease through recovery, or in those much less fortunate, disability or death. Dr. Brown has worked as a radiologist in both private practice and at academic centers, including NYU Medical Center and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Having worked at numerous medical facilities located throughout the US, Dr. Brown has performed procedures and read imaging studies for large cities, big city suburbs including Palisades Park, NJ, smaller towns such as Walla Walla WA, and rural areas like West Plains, MO. In total, he was worked as a radiologist in 13 states, seeing first hand the varied health of our nation's population. Dr. Brown's perspective comes not only from his experience as a physician, but also from his travels around the world. From teaching medical imaging to doctors in Tanzania and observing first hand traditional healings performed by an Iban medicine man in Malaysia to discussing traditional medical treatments with Tibetan physicians, Dr. Brown has gained a global perspective on what it means to be healthy and well. While at home, Dr. Brown helps to raise and educate his two teenage children. He enjoys organic backyard farming, tending to a vegetable garden, a fruit orchard, berry patches, and a small flock of chickens. From sprouting seedlings to crop harvest and food preservation, Dr. Brown has first hand experience with the effort required and reward received in getting food from farm to table. Over the span of his varied career, Dr. Brown has written many journal articles in peer-reviewed radiology publications as well as several book chapters in the radiology literature. In addition, he has participated in the training of radiology residents and medical students over many years. Introducing people to their potentially ideal state of wellness by helping them create healthier lifestyle choices is an important contribution that Dr. Brown is committed to. Creating an environmental sanctuary at home, where the body can rest and heal, is an achievable goal Dr. Brown feels is essential to maintaining optimal wellness.
This book is a "must-read" for everyone, whether you suffer from an 'unknown illness, or you just want to feel better and live a healthier life. From the water we drink to the energy that surrounds us, Dr. Rob Brown fills in special details about the numerous toxins in our environment -- toxins we 'intuitively' sense. Written with elegant simplicity and humorous auto-biographical insight, Toxic Home is inspiring and motivating, giving us the tools we need to be a full participant in creating health. It's an invitation you dare not refuse." Winter Robinson Medical intuitive and author of Intuitions: Seeing with the Heart and A Hidden Order: Uncover Your Life's Design "As an expert in the health effects of MRI for the past 30 years, I found Rob Brown's book very informative and useful. In it, he provides well researched and comprehensive coverage of many toxins found in the home and offers important tips for remediation, including the invisible and nearly ubiquitous EMF radiation. This book will be my go-to resource for eradicating these dangerous pollutants from my home in the future." Larry Burk, MD, CEHP Author: Let Magic Happen: Adventures in Healing with a Holistic Radiologist