ABOUT THE CARRICK INSTITUTE
The Carrick Institute is an independent, post-secondary, educational institution licensed by the State of Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education to award the Master of Science in Clinical Neuroscience degree. The Carrick Institute is dedicated to delivering challenging and high-quality clinical neuroscience educational experiences to a diverse group of dedicated professionals. The Carrick Institute provides its post-secondary degreed students with an opportunity to prepare themselves with new and additional educational opportunities in the field of clinical neuroscience in our degree and certificate programs. Through the guidance of the faculty at the Carrick Institute, theoretical aspects, as well as practical and creative applications in clinical neuroscience procedures are addressed in the curriculum and reinforced with other practicing professionals in the clinical neuroscience field.
The mission of the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies is to empower and maintain a diverse community of clinical scholars to embrace scholarship, discovery and dedication to the service of humankind.
The Carrick Institute creates and delivers a truly distinctive clinical neuroscience program and clinical neuroscience support services that develop:
• High Performance Leadership—An ability to confidently lead oneself and others for sustainable high performance.
• Global Effectiveness—An ability to perform effectively across cultures in addressing critical clinical neuroscience technology challenges.
• Clinical neuroscience mastery—An ability to enhance personal and organizational performance through the study of clinical neurological technology.
• An Innovative Mindset—An ability to think and act creatively in the field of clinical neuroscience technology.
• Clinical Neuroscience Expertise—An ability to contribute strategically through highly developed functional clinical neuroscience technology skills.
• Professional Curriculum—An ability to learn from academic and educational principles based upon and sensitive to clinical neuroscience technology needs.
• Professional Faculty—An ability to work with academic and research clinical neurologists, as well as working with practicing professional working clinical neurologists.
• Educational Exchange—An ability to work with other professional clinical neurologists with opportunities for international educational exchange.
The Carrick Institute also offers an exciting graduate program of study in Clinical Neurology accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Graduate Education in Neurology. This graduate school program is designed to train Doctors of Chiropractic in the specialty of Neurology leading to Board Certification. The Diplomate program is recognized by the American Chiropractic Neurology Board, the American Board of Chiropractic Specialties, The American Chiropractic Association’s Council on Neurology and the American Chiropractic Association. Our program qualifies our learners to be eligible to take the diplomate examination of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACNB). This specialty board in Neurology is accredited by the National Commission for Certification Agencies and the International ANSI/ISO Accreditation.
The Carrick Institute has become the leading authority in the training of health care professionals in the field of clinical neurology. Over 16,000 clinicians have taken courses with Carrick Institute over its 40 year history of clinical education. Currently, the Carrick Institute offers more than 100 courses in 13 countries and 36 cities that total over 2000 hours of post graduate and continuing education.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM
The Carrick Institute has successfully completed a full Institutional and Curriculum review and site inspection by the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education. This process has taken us several years and we are pleased to have received a Provisional License from the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education to offer the Master of Science degree in Clinical Neuroscience as it continues its mission of National and Regional Accreditation.
Our MS-ClinNeuroSci degree program is designed for healthcare professionals that desire an academic Masters degree in clinical neuroscience. There is a significant demand for clinical academics trained in neuroscience at universities, research labs and in clinical practice. Our program is a unique experience based upon our 40 years of experience educating healthcare professionals in neuroscience.
We welcome you to learn more about our Master of Science in Clinical Neuroscience Degree Program at cineuroscience.com
In our most advanced module series, Prof. Carrick trains healthcare professionals how to understand, examine and treat sports-related concussions/mTBI. This program is one of immersive integrated clinical education designed to promote mastery of the subject area and long-term learning.
This three-day immersive course will provide attendees with three modern approaches for solving peripheral neuropathies in their patients. Scholars will learn the physical medical approach for diagnosis and examination, the nutritional and neurochemistry approach, including knowledge of which labs to run and how to read the results, and a neurological approach for determining the longitudinal levels of the neurological lesion and strategies for applying clinical neuroscience with this population.
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This 6-module program builds on top of current best research and understanding of developmental disorders as well as the latest advancements in their treatment. With an increase in the prevalence of developmental disorders, the need for properly trained clinicians that understand the neurophysiology, know how to make the correct diagnosis, understand the co-management with various levels of healthcare and support, and have mastery of a Clinical Neuroscience approach to treating these conditions is higher than ever.
ReceptorBased Essentials is the most effective way to start learning and implementing the functional neurology paradigm of care. This program teaches a brain-based model for manual therapies, rehabilitation strategies, and performance optimization techniques which allows clinicians to better serve their current patient population as well as attract a new patient base.
Pain Reset is the Carrick Institute’s updated 5- day program for clinicians seeking clinical excellence in working musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain. Pain Reset incorporates neuro-biomechanics, the latest in pain neuroscience and a functional neurology paradigm for a novel and effective model of care.
Clinicians from all disciplines are now understanding how important it is to be able to have a grasp on neurophysiology and apply it to their clinical care. This online program is an introduction for those who practice acupuncture and Chinese medicine to a patient-centered functional neurology paradigm of care.
Scholars from around the world enjoy Carrick Institute’s online self-paced educational offerings. Our clinical neuroscience (CNS) program prepares you for diplomate exam from the ACNB and the fellowship exam from the ACFN while also raising your clinical excellence so you can serve your patients at the highest levels possible.
Migraine is the 6th most debilitating condition in the world. It affects over 38 million Americans, with 4 million suffering from chronic migraine. Understand what modalities and treatments are effective at managing migraine from a biomechanical, nutritional, hormonal and a Clinical Neuroscience approach.
This series is designed for those seeking mastery of the treatment of migraine-related disorders. All material will be presented from the most current research available.
The Human Performance program is a 4-module series designed for clinicians, athletic trainers, personal trainers, and strength coaches who are looking to work with the athletic population at the highest levels possible. Cut through the mountains of research and learn what your athletes need to get the results they have always wanted.
Vestibular processing is one of the most highly integrated receptor systems in the human body, which allows it to be utilized in the course of rehabilitation of many seemingly unrelated patient scenarios. This 6-module series will culminate to an understanding of when, why, and how to implement vestibular rehabilitation, through evaluation procedures, biometric technologies, and hands-on applications.
Professor Carrick has attended patients with movement disorders from around the globe for 37 years and is regarded as a clinical expert in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions. Our 4-module program is a current exposure of movement disorders based upon a patient-centered paradigm of treatment. We will be expanding your clinical acumen and abilities to make a difference in the lives of patients with a variety of movement disorders from dystonia, Parkinson’s disease, neurodegeneration, stroke, gait abnormalities, Tourette’s syndrome and much more. Prof Carrick’s treatment applications are legend throughout the world and he attracts referrals from leading institutions and specialists for his novel and innovative treatments that are often times successful in these difficult cases.
The approach to concussion diagnosis and management has been evolving at an unprecedented rate that demands an update in clinical applications for those healthcare practitioners that attend these patients. Implementation of concussion protocols has been made by a variety of expert committees. These protocols are changing the applications associated with the previous understanding of brain injury and treatment.
The objective of this contemporary updated program is to present the topic of concussion by educational interaction designed to promote the mastery of skills needed to manage concussion in a contemporary fashion.
This clinical applications module is an advanced clinical experience that expands the clinician’s ability to utilize eye movements to understand, diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system. This clinical module expands and details information that was learned in the Carrick Institute Clinical Applications of Eye Movements module.
The program includes an in-depth understanding of eye movements and brain control as well as eye movements and brain influences. The clinical scholar will be able to understand, develop and apply treatment stratagems specific for individual areas of the nervous system.
This three-day program will teach you advanced diagnostic and therapeutic applications specific to the basal ganglia. This program builds on top of current the current best understanding of the basal nuclei and its integration in your patient’s conditions.
Structural and functional anatomy of all the afferent, efferent, and intra-basal ganglia connections will be discussed. By understanding Basal Ganglia neurophysiology and pathophysiology, learners will enhance their ability to both diagnose and rehabilitate patients with basal ganglia disorders. The role of the basal ganglia on posture, locomotion, movement, and cognition will be reviewed in order to appreciate the wide variety of presentations a clinician may see in patients with basal ganglia lesions.
The Carrick Institute’s mission is to serve patients around the world by bringing together premier educational resources to clinicians and scholars. In an effort to support CI scholars, we have brought together a special event to help clinicians navigate the transition from a traditional practice to the modern practice that includes an individualized clinical neuroscience approach.
This 2.5-day executive workshop is a comprehensive overview of the professional Clinical Neuroscience practice. It covers techniques to attract new patients from personal and professional referrals, learn to create unified & efficient management systems, and acquire the skills you need to succeed in the modern professional practice. This program will allow you to become a sought-after authority for Clinical Neuroscience in your town by the end of the year, create a rock-star team of empowered people, and create a level of excitement in your patients and your programs.
This 3-day immersion program in clinical neurology has been designed to serve as a review and update of new materials and applications for those clinicians who are preparing to become board certified in clinical neurology.
This program provides the annual specialist educational requirements necessary to maintain active status as a neurology diplomate/fellow.
It has also been designed to serve as a review of current materials to assist candidates in their preparation for the board certification examination in neurology recognized by the American Chiropractic Association and the ACA Council on Neurology.
Dr. Carrick leads doctors on an exciting journey of function related to structure. Each area of the brain is carefully dissected, discussed and described in depth by Prof Frederick R. Carrick.
This incredible 25-hour on-demand class will allow you access to the full brain dissection course at your own pace, allowing you to fully grasp the material. If you missed the brain dissection course in person, or if you want to review, on-demand brain dissection provides an opportunity for long term knowledge retention you can’t get elsewhere. The course will also include an exam to assess and reinforce the materials covered.
This 6-module series will explore the chemistry of the nervous system, how the chemical processes of the body affect brain and nervous system function, and the ways in which the brain influences the internal chemical environments.
Attendees will learn clinical nutrition treatment strategies utilizing supplements (vitamins, minerals, nutrients, botanicals) and diet. There will be a strong focus on clinical application of the material so learners can serve their patient population right away. Clinical cases are provided to illustrate core principles and facilitate mastery of the subject areas.
Learn how to dig deep into your patient’s physiology to untangle their the root causes of their hormonal and adrenal problems. In addition to correcting any hormonal issues, scholars will gain an understanding as to how these imbalances affect normal brain function, cause neurological symptoms and impact the health of the aging brain.
This three-day immersive course will provide attendees with an effective, science-based approach to understanding how hormonal imbalances are affecting the health of their patients.
The number of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders has exploded in the last 20 years. There are children in every community that needs modern, evidence-based care to lessen the core symptoms of ASD and encourage optimal brain development. Practitioners trained in Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition play a critical role in the healthy, long-term neurodevelopment of a child diagnosed with ASD.
This three-day immersive course will provide attendees with an effective, science-based approach to improving brain function in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
This 25-hour clinical program is a comprehensive overview of thyroid physiology and its role in maintaining optimal function of the brain and nervous system. The specific relationship between thyroid disorders and a variety of common clinical conditions will be explored. Participants will be trained to recognize and accurately diagnose thyroid disorders in their patient populations, as well as treat these disorders successfully—even in patients already taking medication.
Professor Frederick R. Carrick has been conducting Grand Rounds internationally for 4 decades. These live, patient examinations and treatments have been claimed by many as the “pinnacle” of the Carrick Institute’s Clinical Neuroscience programs. They culminate philosophy, academics, and practical application into a condensed learning experience.
Grand Rounds Reviews are designed to:
- Elicit clinical thought patterns
- Reinforce the mechanics of a physical examination
- Integrate concepts learned throughout the Carrick Institute’s Clinical Neuroscience Program