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Dr. Ted Carrick

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Neurologist

Phone: (919) ***-****  HQ Phone
Chiropractic Blogs
1000 Bearcat Way Suite 101
Morrisville, North Carolina 27560
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • DC
  • PhD
  • Ph.D.
  • Ph.D
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Chiropractic Blogs
blog.planetc1.com, 29 June 2013 [cached]
Chiropractic Neurologist Dr. Ted Carrick Chiropractic Neurologist Dr. Ted Carrick speaking at the CCA Annual Convention
Speaking of football, here's a photograph of chiropractic neurologist, Dr. Ted Carrick, he was one of the speakers teaching continuing education on Saturday. During his two-part session on chiropractic neurology, Dr. Carrick shared numerous videos of pro athletes (for example hockey players) utilizing exercises he taught them while under his care. Up until just recently, Dr. Carrick worked at the Functional Neurology Center at Life University.
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In the above photo (from left to right) are Drs. Patrick Gentempo, Matt Hubbard, Leslie Hewitt, Brian Stenzler, Grace Syn, Ted Carrick and Jason Deitch.
Thanks to the care of Dr. ...
www.chironeuroindy.com, 24 Oct 2011 [cached]
Thanks to the care of Dr. Ted Carrick, a Doctor of Chiropractic with specialized training in neurology, Crosby has reported improved cognitive and physical functioning, and has been progressing remarkably well.
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According to Dr. Carrick, a spokesman for the Foundation who treats other NHL and NFL players as well as Crosby , "Concussions can occur in any sport or recreation activity.
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Filed Under: Chiropractic Neurology News, Front Page NewsTagged With: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, concussion, dizziness light sensitivity, Dr. Ted Carrick, fogginess, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, instability, National Hockey League, NHL, Sidney Crosby, TBI, traumatic brain injury
Recently the founder of Chiropractic ...
www.abilitychiro.com, 14 Dec 2012 [cached]
Recently the founder of Chiropractic Neurology, Dr. Ted Carrick was featured on ABC
Latest Posts | Blog | CE Cruncher
www.cecruncher.com, 6 Sept 2012 [cached]
Dr. Carrick on ABC's Nightline
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Dr. Ted Carrick Chiropractic Neurologist
Last night Nightline on ABC News aired a story about Chiropractic Neurologist Dr. Ted Carrick and his work.
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Viewers can watch as Dr. Carrick and his staff use mirror visual feedback, a gryostim and other techniques to treat Will.
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When questioned about his techniques and claims that is just a placebo Dr. Carrick responded "We don't do anything that is original in our work. We just combine things that other people have done in a different fashion."
The the Life Functional Neurology Center at Life University in Marietta Georgia according to Dr. Carrick has a one month waiting list. Treatment does not come cheap an initial patient examination, assessment, review of records and consultation is priced at $1,000. Subsequent treatment for the initial phase of intensive care cost $1,000 a day, and according to their website it is not uncommon that this phase of care requires five consecutive days.
Dr. Ted Carrick first received media attention last year with his treatment of NHL star Sidney Crosby following 2 concussion that sidelined him for 10 months.
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Watch the coverage of Dr. Carrick on ABC' Nightline
Carrick Institute for graduate Studies - About
www.carrickinstitute.org, 4 Feb 2006 [cached]
What follows is a transcript of a brief portion of a 1999, PBS© television special that featured Dr. Carrick. This video can be purchased from PBS© by clicking on the company icon above.
(This entire transcript and associated video special are property of PBS. Please do not reproduce or copy without permission.)
Ted Carrick, DC, PhD, is the Distinguished PostGraduate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Logan College of Chiropractic, near St. Louis, MO. He is the author of Neurophysiological Implications in Learning, and for 21 years he has had a specialty practice limited to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. Dr. Carrick is an active brain researcher, teacher and clinician who attends patients throughout the world.
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With Dr. Carrick's help, this former college professor of neuropsychology has found meaning and power in her own physical challenges, and helps others to do the same.
Next, series creator Gail Harris talks with chiropractic neurologist Ted Carrick about how even coma patients are benefiting from neurological treatment that doesn't require surgery or drugs.
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Chiropractic Neurologist Ted Carrick, DC, PhD.
For 21 years, Dr. Ted Carrick has had a specialty practice in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. He is Professor Emeritus of Neurology, Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas and Distinguished PostGraduate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Logan College of Chiropractic, in Chesterfield, MO, and attends patients throughout the world.
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Ted Carrick: Well, we're finding every day that more and more things that we didn't think were associated with chiropractic treatment can be affected very nicely.
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Finally, Pino consulted a chiropractor in Pasadena, CA, Dr. Kathleen Power, who felt the person who might be able to help her was one of Power's teachers, chiropractic neurologist Ted Carrick.
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Dr. Carrick and Ms. Pino each spoke with Body & Soul about her journey to healing.
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Carrick: It's important that what we're treating is something that is realistic -- that we know what we're talking about.
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Carrick: Dr. Power went through her physical examination, and was able to tell me about Mariangela's eye functions, her direction of spin, and her fragility.
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Carrick: My assessment was that Mariangela suffered a non-ablative left cortical lesion.
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Carrick: The treatment is specific to increase the integrity of the left side of her brain. So, my direction of treatment, especially in Mariangela's case, was to use whole body direction to increase the functioning of the left side of her brain, and decrease the dominance of the right side.
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Carrick: Although an exercise is very simple -- if I move my arm it's very simple -- the consequences of an exercise are not simple.
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Carrick: I feel greatly satisfied in being able to do that, and at the same time I feel very frustrated that I can't do it for everybody. I like the feeling.
A Life in Equilibrium
Sometimes, the patient isn't the only one affected by the treatment. Dr. Ted Carrick spoke with Body & Soul about his experience treating Lucinda Harman, and how it changed them both.
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