Dr. Andy Barlow | Chiropractic Doctor in Tupelo, MS.

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”

–Theodore Roosevelt

Dr. Andy Barlow DC. Chiropractor in blue Scrubs

Dr. Andy Barlow D.C.

Chiropractic Physician As Seen On

Dr. Andy Barlow Chiropractor as seen on

Qualifications & Accreditations

Dr. Barlow is a chiropractor who is a graduate of the Carrick institute of functional neurology as well as a graduate of the American college of functional neurology.

He has since taught hundreds of doctors from around the world this life-changing material. At his clinic in Tupelo, Mississippi, he specializes in helping people who have been failed by traditional medicine.

Dr. Barlow is highly sought after expert and clients travel from all over the nation to receive help with neck, back pain, headaches, migraines, carpal tunnel, and sciatica.

US Navy 1982-1986 with Honorable Discharge

Graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic 2000

Graduate of the Carrick Institute of Functional Neurology

Graduate of the American College of Functional Neurology

Founder of the Barlow Brain Ana Body Institute

American Functional Neurology Institute instructor of the year 2012

Author of two number one best selling books, “License to Heal, what to do when traditional medicine has failed”, “Highway to Health, your road map to overcoming depression, anxiety, insomnia and chronic pain through the gut brain connection”

Dr. Andy Barlow is currently writing his third book,” The Code Breaker,” unlocking the mysteries of health and vitality to live a disease-free life,” and will be released February 8, 2024

National and international speaker

Dr. Andy Barlow DC. treating patient
Dr. Andy Barlow DC. holding book license to heal

In The Beginning

How A Migraine Created A Doctor

My wife Faye and I met while I was working a rotating shift at the Coo-

per Tire and Rubber Company in Tupelo, Mississippi. It was a large factory building with multiple break rooms so I rarely went up to the front of the building (where the administrative staff worked) to eat lunch.

On this particular day, I decided to change things up and went to the front of the building to enjoy my meal. That’s when I saw Faye!

She was working at the factory as a secretary, and I instantly noticed that she didn’t have a ring on her finger. I didn’t speak to her that day, but the following weekend, I saw her at a community event and we struck up a conversation. She obviously made quite an impression on me because the next week, I called her at work and asked her out for dinner.

She agreed to the date and the rest is history...

As I got to know Faye, I was impressed with her tenacity and determination. I thought, “Wow, here’s a lady who has a real plan for her life.” She was divorced and had three children from her first marriage, yet she was working a full-time job and attending school to earn a business degree. As our relationship progressed, she began asking me questions like, “Andy, where do you want to be in five years?”

Faye’s questions prompted me to take an honest look at where I was headed in life. My lack of a plan for my life became even more apparent as I spent time around Faye’s family.

Dr. Andy Barlow DC. with wife faye
Dr. Andy Barlow DC. with family tupelo Mississippi

Her brother, Larry Hill, was quite high on the corporate ladder, and many other members of her family were successful in their careers. All of a sudden, I was surrounded by people not only talking the talk, but they were also walking the walk.

It was one of my first exposures to another way of thinking and looking at life, and it was like the scales dropped off my eyes.

I realized I wanted more for my life, and I WAS READY FOR A CHANGE.

I went back to college with the intent of earning a business degree. Inspired by Faye’s brother, I thought I would eventually climb the corporate ladder and work my way to management. It was hard work keeping a full-time job and going to school but any major change in life requires sacrifice and commitment. Around this time, Faye and I got engaged. With a new fiancé and three children soon to join my family, I was very motivated to work hard at my business degree. Then something happened that changed the course of my life entirely.

Faye had experienced migraines for most of her adult life. The headaches came and went, but she could usually find relief and manage the pain. That changed during our engagement. Her migraines became so severe that eventually one came and never went away. We went to every medical doctor that would see us, but after countless tests, we had zero answers as to what was causing her unbearable headache. We experienced what so many people with chronic pain experience—the medical merry go round. After striking out with traditional health care, a friend suggested we go see a chiropractor. With nothing to lose except a headache, we decided to give it a try.

As soon as we walked into that appointment, we knew we’d found something different. He started talking about the body and how it was designed to heal itself. He taught us truths about the way the body worked and explained what kind of dysfunction may be the root cause of Faye’s migraine. He adjusted her spine and asked that she come back weekly for additional adjustments. Within a few weeks, her migraines disappeared completely. I’d never witnessed anything like it in my life. I was already living a generally healthy lifestyle. I ran regularly and ate healthily, but I’d never been exposed to this kind of health philosophy. When I saw my fiancé get relief from a chronic problem that had debilitated her for years, I realized there was more to health and healing than prescriptions, injections, and pills.

The truth that our bodies are designed to heal themselves was mind-blowing to me.

I was used to a doctor coming into the appointment with a preconceived solution, prescribing medication, and walking out.

Yet this doctor didn’t do that. It was a fork-in-the-road moment for me.

“Wow, I want to help people the way this chiropractor helped Faye,” I thought.

To a certain extent, we’re all a product of the environment we grew up in, and my background prompted me to ask myself a lot of qualifying questions like, “Am I really smart enough to become a chiropractor? Can I really do this?

Am I worthy enough? Can I make this my profession?" With Faye’s support, I decided to re-route my under-graduate degree and take the path towards becoming a chiropractic doctor. I counted the cost and let go of short-term pleasures in order to chase after a long-term vision for our life.

I asked myself the question, “Am I willing to change my entire life to make a better future?”

The answer was a resounding, “Yes!” I knew there was a price to pay to get the result I wanted, and I was going to follow through. I worked on my undergraduate degree for seven years, from age twenty-six to thirty-three and then enrolled in chiropractic school in Atlanta, Georgia.

Around the same time, my stepson Matt Mackey chose chiropractic as his profession so we attended graduate school together. I didn’t want to uproot Faye from our home in Tupelo, so she stayed in Mississippi while Matt and I moved to Atlanta for four years. Faye and I made sure we saw each other on the weekends, and even though it was hard, we made it work to achieve the vision we had for our lives.

I won’t sugar coat it; those years were a grind.

It was hard going to school and being away from most of my family. In those tough, tough moments, all I focused on was walking across the stage on graduation day holding my diploma. When we take on hard things, we’re all going to hit that spiritual, physical, or psychological wall at some point. Just like a marathon runner in a race, the wall is real and we have to figure out how to go through it, around it, under it or over it.

When Faye was hired at Cooper Tire, she joined the company as a secretary and went to school on the side. After she earned her degree, she was promoted to a supervisor role. She eventually became the first female department manager of the Tupelo Division. She and I had the same ambitions and desire to improve our situation, and even though we got told “no” often, we never let that stop us. If you have any kind of goal, no matter what it is, personal, professional, financial, or health related, you WILL face resistance.

You will face setbacks.

How you respond to those obstacles determines if you reach your goal, or not. With our family’s support and a lot of grit and determination, Matt and I successfully made it through chiropractic school in four years. We never doubted where we would set up our practice. Mississippi was our home, and we couldn’t wait to go back to it. We started a practice in Tupelo and out grew that location in four years. Around that time, I got tired of seeing patients with acute health issues and I craved helping patients with complex, chronic health problems. I wanted to help people with rare and challenging cases who were out of options; the people traditional medicine had failed.

I heard about a school called the Carrick Institute which specialized in clinical functional neurology and functional

medicine. The study of neurology and complex, chronic health problems fascinated me so I returned to school while continuing to work full-time at our chiropractic clinic. I studied at the Carrick Institute for the next six years where I earned my diploma and completed a fellowship in functional neurology in 2009. Since then, I’ve taught seminars in four countries and taught hundreds of doctors from the United States, Canada, Europe and New Zealand the life changing material you’re about to read in this book.

Dr. Andy Barlow DC. family picture
Dr. Andy Barlow DC. family picture
Dr. Andy Barlow DC. family picture

What We Believe

Our Mission

At our chiropractic office, our mission is to embody the values of servitude, innovation, and empowerment. We are dedicated to serving our patients with compassion, expertise, and a commitment to their overall well-being.

Through continuous innovation, we strive to provide cutting-edge chiropractic care, staying at the forefront of techniques and technologies to ensure our patients receive the most effective treatments available.

Above all, we believe in empowering our patients through education, personalized treatment plans, and active involvement in their healthcare decisions, enabling them to take control of their well-being and lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.

Servitude

At Chiropractic Physician Center of Tupelo, we hold servitude in high regard as a core value. We are dedicated to serving our patients with compassion, expertise, and a commitment to their overall well-being, striving to exceed their expectations and provide the best possible care.

Innovation

We continuously seek new and creative ways to enhance patient care, staying at the forefront of chiropractic techniques and technologies to ensure our patients receive the most effective and cutting-edge treatments available.

Empowerment

Empowerment is a cornerstone of our chiropractic office's philosophy. We believe in empowering our patients through education, personalized treatment plans, and active involvement in their healthcare decisions, enabling them to take control of their well-being and lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.

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