What impact is research having to advance healthcare, the chiropractic profession and patient care?
For the last decade, the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation was working to achieve one goal—to place chiropractic researchers in Canadian universities for the first time in history. With the help of generous donors, this goal was successfully achieved in 2017.
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13 CCRF Research Chairs placed in universities across Canada—seven are tenured; two are tenure-track.
Chiropractic researchers are working with multidisciplinary health teams, educating medical students, breaking down barriers and building inter-professional networks.
Disease & Disability Prevention
Discovery of a therapy halting the progression of Degenerative Disc Disease, a condition that creates significant disability, expense and the highest number of disability-affected years globally.
Evidence-based treatment protocols developed for mechanical, degenerative and inflammatory spinal disorders.
Working with healthcare teams in Denmark, U.S, Switzerland, Australia, Cuba, Hong Kong, UK, South America and more.
Industry collaborations with CCGI, CCA, Provincial Associations, Research Manitoba, World Federation of Chiropractic, World Spine Care Research Committee, Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA) and more.
Integration of chiropractic at Mount Carmel Clinic in Winnipeg, a publicly funded healthcare facility.
Patient Care and Practice Development
Patient treatment of low back arthritis named ‘Top Ten Research Advances of 2018’ by Arthritis Society of Canada.
CCGI clinical practice guidelines, podcasts, videos, webinars and more to support implementation of evidence-informed practices.