Danielle Brower, DO

Patrick Noonan, DO

Osteopathic Physician

I knew from a very early age I wanted to pursue a job that would help people; that would do the most good I could for the most amount of people. It was while I was completing my undergraduate degree in biology, I decided becoming a doctor would fulfill this goal.

Board Certified since 2018

Dr. Danielle Brower grew up in Mesa, Arizona ,and moved to Tucson in 2016. She received her Bachelor of Science in biology from Northern Arizona University and her Doctor of Osteopathy degree from Midwestern University. She completed her internship and residency at Canyon Vista Medical Center in Sierra Vista. Dr. Brower is a member of the American Osteopathic Association and Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

When asked how she got into medicine, Dr. Brower remarked, "I knew from a very early age I wanted to pursue a job that would help people. That's just always been who I am. I was in my first year of college when it dawned on me I should be a doctor. It was an epiphany moment that I'll never forget. I haven't looked back since. It's been one of the best decisions of my life."

Dr. Brower came out to her office as transgender in April 2021, and has been overwhelmed by the warmth, support, and comraderie that she has experienced by the staff and leadership alike. She is looking forward to helping grow LGBTQ+ awareness and medical care in her community and clinic.

Outside of work, Dr. Brower enjoys woodworking, welding, blacksmithing, and spending time with her five children.

Medical Interests

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Migraines

Education

  • Bachelor of science in biology from Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
  • Doctor of Osteopathy degree from Midwestern University, Glendale

Post-Graduate

  • Internship, Canyon Vista Medical Center, Sierra Vista
  • Residency, Canyon Vista Medical Center, Sierra Vista

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Osteopathic Association

Personal Interests

  • Woodworking & Metalworking
  • Family