Dr. Dustin Brown earned his DVM degree from Oklahoma State University in 2005. In 2007, Dr. Brown purchased Azlin Veterinary Clinic in Midwest City from one of his mentors, Dr. John Azlin. A few short years later in 2009, Dr. Brown purchased a larger building to move the clinic and re-brand the business as Animal Medical Center. This allowed for a more modernized hospital and higher quality of medicine to be practiced. Throughout building the regular practice, Dr. Brown always had a special interest in surgical practices and took advantage of every orthopedic or soft tissue surgical continuing education at meetings and conferences throughout the years.
2015 held a special challenge for Dr. Brown. Animal Medical Center had grown and was demanding attention but his surgical practice had also grown and demanded even more attention something had to give. Reluctantly, Dr. Brown decided to focus directly on the surgical part of the practice and sold the wellness part of the practice.
Dr. Brown's main interest in surgery would have to be the mechanics of the canine stifle (knee). One of the most popular surgeries is the TPLO surgical repair of cranial cruciate disease (torn ACL). One of Dr. Brown's special interest is with the patella luxation (popping knee cap).He recently presented his paper, Chevron Block Recession for the Treatment of Medial Patella Luxation, for the correction of patellar luxation at the Veterinary Orthopedic Society in Utah. Dr. Brown's abstract is published in this year 4/2017 issue of VCOT ( Veterinary and Comparative Othopaedics and Traumatology)