DC, PhD, MS-HPEd, DACAN, DABCN, DACNB, DAAPM, FACCN, FRCPN, FEAC (Neurology), FACFN, FABES, FABCDD, FABVR, FICC
Professor of Clinical Neurology
Senior Research Fellow of BCMHR in association with the University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK.
Founder, Carrick Institute
Frederick Carrick is a Professor of Neurology and Senior Research Fellow of BCMHR in association with the University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK. He holds a DC degree from CMCC in Toronto, Canada and a Ph.D. from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota (Dissertation: Neurophysiological Implications in Learning). Professor Carrick was a Global Clinical Scholar at Harvard Medical School and is a Faculty Scholar at Harvard Medical School’s Harvard Macy Institute. He has a Master of Science in Health Professions Education degree from the Harvard Macy and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Institutes and holds board certifications in neurology with fellowship credentials in Neuro-otology, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and EEG. He has maintained a consultant specialist practice in neurology for 4 decades and has been a Medical Educator for 38 years. He is the subject of the Emmy award-winning PBS documentary “Waking up the Brain” as well as countless prime-time television, newspaper, magazine and journal articles. He has special interests in movement disorders, traumatic brain injury and sports concussions and has developed novel treatments, publications, and patents in these areas.
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