As Chief of Clinical Neurology Dr.Carrick oversees research and clinical applications in our Atlanta Campus and worldwide.
Known internationally for his treatment of traumatic brain injury, sports concussion and movement disorders, Dr. Carrick attracts patients from around the world to Carrick Brain Centers’ Atlanta facility. He has maintained an International Specialty practice for the past 35 years, and his work has been featured in major television and film documentaries as well as mainstream journals and magazines, including being the subject of the Emmy award-winning PBS documentary, “Waking up the Brain.”
Dr. Carrick holds professorships in neurology at several institutions, has served as the chair of his state board of licensure and registration, president of the ACA Council on neurology and has held countless professional and governmental appointments. In addition, Dr. Carrick is a published researcher in the field of neurology and is a clinical scholar in the clinical trials program at Harvard Medical School.
He is the principal investigator in several ongoing trials designed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury. “My special interests are in traumatic brain injury and sports concussions, where I have worked to develop successful new treatments,” he says.
While serving the patients mainly in the Atlanta Carrick Brain Centers clinic, Dr. Carrick consults with the professional staff at each of the Carrick Brain Centers. “I consider the clinical staff at Carrick Brain Centers to be ‘the cream of the cream,’ ” he says. “I am proud to be a part of what I consider to be the finest professional team in the world.”
University of Manitoba, Pre Med
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, DC
Walden University, PhD (Dissertation: Neurophysiological Implications in Learning)