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Building a solid foundation of research is essential to the future of chiropractic profession. For this reason, we are focused this year on promoting and contributing to the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation research this year at MILE HIGH. Join us at MILE HIGH August, 17-20 2017 www.milehighchiro.org to grab your seats while it lasts.
We welcome you to this podcast episode with Curt Fedorchuck, just awarded researcher of the year by the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Researchfor his research on vertebral subluxation. Read Dr Fedorchuk’s Bio here.
In every episode, we bring in experts in various areas connect to chiropractic thru MILE HIGH. In this week’s episode you will learn about new research that is being worked on, with diabetes and health-related quality of life; this is truly inspiring. At MILE HIGH we feel strongly that all legitimate research conducted in the profession by every technique camp raises up the the whole profession to a new level.
Dr. Fedorchuck has been a chiropractic evident advocate since the age of 10, originally from Canada and practicing in North Georgia. The chairman for research at Georgia Chiropractic Council for over 15 years, and was an adjunct professor at the life university for five years. There he taught CBP and also has been involved in the teaching continuing education throughout the profession.
Dr. Fedorchuck has published many research in peer-reviewed journals and collaborated with Life University, Sherman College, Florida Atlantic University and Emory University.
In November 2009, he was awarded CLA researcher for the year, in 2009 and 2013, he was awarded CBP researcher for the year, in 2015 he was the CBP Chiro of the year and last year he was named as the 2016 Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation researcher of the year.
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Question of the day: “What research would you like to see done in chiropractic?” Please let me know in the comments.
Scroll below for links and show notes…
Questions I asked:
- How did you find your way into chiropractic?
- What are some of the projects that Foundation for vertebral subluxation does right now?
- How do people participate to that research?
Links and people mentioned:
- Health and Wellness quality of life score research
- Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research
- 2017 Researcher of the year
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