Dr. Barlow is a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic; a school established by the founder of Chiropractic.
Prior to entering the field, he was a Medical Laboratory Technologist. He worked at the Boston VA Medical Center and the University of Lund Hospital in Sweden.
Since completing study in chiropractic and establishing a practice in 1985, Dr. Barlow has continued to expand his knowledge through continuing education and research. His continuing education has included neurology, orthopedics, nutrition, and injury dynamics. His research studies have included the role of Factor Vill in the clotting of blood, the role of intercellular potassium concentrations on blood pressure, and the effect of low level light laser on musculoskeletal conditions.
Dr. Barlow’s services include full examination, x-rays, adjustment, physical therapy, orthotics, exercise, and nutritional counseling. Subluxations, or nervous system interference, can occur during sporting activities, around the home, in the workplace, or from automobile accidents, poor muscle tone, heredity, scoliosis, developmental problems, and bad posture.
I would give 10 stars if that were possible. I limped into Dr. Barlow’s office with pain, knotted up muscles and almost no range of motion in my neck–results of many years of stress, bad computer habits and little exercise. Dr. Barlow acknowledged that my… Read more “”
Sheryl P. ~ Beltsville, MD
I was in Columbia for a wedding and did something to my back. I was in the worst pain (it was worse than giving birth to a baby). Needless to say, I could not attend the wedding. I could not walk and knew I could… Read more “”
“Dr. Barlow is GREAT! I went in with back pain that made me want to cry, and within two treatments it is manageable. He takes his time and explains what he is doing, as well as other things that you can do to improve your… Read more “”
“I limped into Dr. Barlow’s office with pain, knotted up muscles and almost no range of motion in my neck–results of many years of stress, bad computer habits and little exercise….Cheerfully, efficiently and with compassion he went to work. Now, a month later, I feel… Read more “”