New research suggests chiropractic spinal adjustments may alter the way the brain processes pain information!
Good news, another collaborative Centre for Chiropractic Research (CCR) study has just been released by Scientific Reports, a high impact factor journal from the publishers of Nature.
The team at the Centre for Chiropractic Research have recently published a collaborative study that showed that a multidimensional approach to vertebral subluxation assessment was reliable for detecting vertebral subluxations in all regions of the spine.1
This international collaborative research investigated the effects of chiropractic care on strength and fatigue in a group of elite Tae Kwon Do athletes.
A new study is underway with support from the Australian Spinal Research Foundation (ASRF).
Another collaborative study between the Centre for Chiropractic Research and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.
This newly published study explored differences in brain function between people who have neck dysfunction (subclinical neck pain) and people with healthy and well-functioning necks.