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Christie Kwon: Focusing on Subluxation Research [PODCAST]

“Your success and happiness lie in your results. Keep happy in your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.” – Helen Keller.

The future of chiropractic depends on many things, one of which is research. On this episode, you’ll hear the amazing Christie Kwon talk about Subluxation Research!

Dr. Kwon is a 2011 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Life University, where she completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree within the Research Track with Pi Tau Delta honors. She earned her BS degree in Biomedical Engineering and her MS in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. She has also studied Health Policy at the Harvard School of Public Health.

Her extensive science and research background includes work at the former National Cancer Institute’s American Health Foundation and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine – Neurology Institute for Cell Engineering. During her time at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Kwon also helped conduct a public health study on adolescent risk behavior at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Harriet Lane Adolescent Clinic.

Dr. Kwon is the former executive director for the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation, and now is on the board of the directors for the foundation. Her current research interests are in subluxation-based chiropractic research studies pertaining to health outcomes of pregnant women and children.

On this podcast you’ll hear about:

• Research updates
• Life updates
• The Foundation’s current projects
• Immunity conference 2020
• And so much more!

Epidemiology studies are coming up regarding subluxation, and this is vital for the future of the Chiropractic profession. Your support for the Foundation is important! Seriously consider contributing!!

Mile High 2021 in Denver, September 23rd – 26th will be here before you know it! And so will 11:50 PM on June 1st, when your registration investment will increase. Be sure to reserve seats for yourself and your team before then at and support the future of chiropractic research.


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Christie Kwon: Focusing on Subluxation Research [PODCAST]