Next Course: Clinical Mastery of Frozen Shoulder w/ Bonus Carpal Tunnel Syndrome October 20 — 21 | 2023 in Tupelo,MS Register Now

Learn Over the Weekend. Start Helping Patients on Monday!

Barlow Brain & Body Institute (BBI) courses are designed to help doctors learn techniques and protocols they can immediately implement into their care for patients — and start seeing significant results.


Learn Functional Neurology

Individual courses provided by BBI are an excellent way for you to see if learning Neurology is proper for you and your clinic without a commitment or financial investment. The Barlow Brain & Body Institute courses are also a great solution if you or your staff are looking to get CEU credits or want to keep up with the advancements that are going on in the field of Functional Neurology and Functional Medicine.

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Individual Courses

Clinical Mastery of Frozen Shoulder w/ Bonus Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

October 20 — 21 | 2023 in Tupelo,MS

Friday 1-5:30
Saturday 8:30-5:30


Clinical Mastery of Frozen Shoulder  uses a technique called NeuroReconnect System Upper Body includes the cervical spine, plexopathies, Frozen Shoulder Syndrome, Axillary Nerve Entrapment, Radial Nerve Entrapment, Ulnar Nerve Entrapment, Median Nerve Entrapment, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Please note that if you wish to submit for CEU credits, it is essential to provide the following information to at least two months in advance:

  1. State and their specific requirements for CEU credits.
  2. Your complete personal information.
  3. Your Practice Name.
  4. Your Contact Information.

Ensuring that all the necessary details are submitted in a timely manner will facilitate the process of obtaining CEU credits. If you have any further questions or require assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out.


How to Recognize & Treat Early Onset Movement Disorders

November 17 — 18 | 2023 Live in Tupelo,MS

Friday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday 8:30am – 6:00pm


In this 2-day training we go over specific of how the Basal Ganglia plays a vital role in motor learning, executive functions, behaviors, and emotions. By understanding Basal Ganglia doctors will enhance their abilities to both recognize and rehabilitate patients with movement disorders, such as Parkinsonism, Tourette Syndrome, Restless Legs Syndrome, Dementia’s to name a few.


Pricing subject to change.