As the leading center for advanced brain repair and rehabilitation, Carrick Brain Centers helps improve the lives of patients suffering from brain injuries or degenerative conditions that affect the brain and central nervous system.
Our care teams—led by Board Certified Neurologists in the disciplines of medicine and chiropractic—represent a multi-disciplinary approach to brain health and function and lead an immersive and innovative rehabilitation regimen.
Patient-specific treatment patterns leverage the brain’s inherent ability to repair itself by providing targeted inputs to the specific senses that will stimulate new neural connections in the identified areas of the brain.
Maximize potential with treatments for concussive injuries as well as deficits in attention or motor function.
Customized therapies accelerate concussion recovery or maximize performance for a competitive advantage.
Improve quality of life with advanced treatments for diseases & disorders of the brain & central nervous system.
Effective options for addressing the debilitating effects and complicated conditions of Traumatic Brain Injuries.
We combine evidence-based diagnostics with leading-edge technologies and treatments to quickly improve quality of life for patients and their families dealing with a wide range of brain-related injuries and disorders.
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Professional hockey player Joey Hishon shares his experiences dealing with the implications of a concussive injury for almost two years before coming to Carrick Brain Centers and seeing immediate results.
Reporter Bill Weir, from ABC News Nightline, reports on the strong patient demand for treatments pioneered by Dr. Carrick and the remarkable results reported by patients.
Retired Lt. General Leroy Sisco, founder of the Military Warriors Support Foundation, discusses the promise and hope of Carrick Brain Centers’ non-invasive therapies for heroic veterans suffering with PTSD and traumatic brain injuries.
You could see it in his eyes … you could see it in his face … you could see it in his demeanor, he was getting happier and happier.