Dr. Barlett began his career in Charleston and spent his first 9 years in practice with Charleston Neck & Back Center. In 2012, after working in a multi-disciplinary clinic, he returned to Charleston Neck & Back Center. "Charleston Neck and Back Center provides a beautiful, state of the art facility and an excellent staff. I am thrilled to be reunited with my patients and colleagues."
Dr. Barlett was raised in New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - just outside of Pittsburgh. His first chiropractic experience occurred when he was injured while playing football. "Chiropractic helped me tremendously. The treatments relieved my pain and I was able to play again almost instantly. This influenced my career choice."
Dr. Barlett started his education in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Pittsburgh. After two years of study he became more interested in the structure of the human body and changed the course of his education. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Biology from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and later received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
In practice, Dr. Barlett s primary interest and proficiency is the diagnosis and treatment of neck and back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions. He understands that treating back pain can be very complex and is devoted to researching and providing the most evidence based treatments available. Dr. Barlett has post-graduate training in spinal rehabilitation, nutrition, exercise and many other medical topics. He also serves as a utilization review specialist, helping insurance companies determine the most appropriate treatment based on clinical findings and research. "I am committed to providing the most compassionate, honest and professional care possible. Most of my patients have been with me for years, and I am grateful for the relationships I have made and the people I have been able to help."
When not in the clinic caring for his patients, Dr. Barlett is usually spending time with his wife Candace and their six children. He remains embarrassingly devoted to his beloved Pittsburgh Steelers.