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Chiropractic Science

Author: Dean Smith, DC, PhD

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Chiropractic Science gets the word out about chiropractic research. Chiropractors, patients and the public will learn about chiropractic research from the experts who are doing the research. You'll get the information in plain English, not through the media, nor a middleman. The podcast is also intended to motivate and assist the chiropractor and student to pursue research careers in chiropractic science!!!!
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Dr. Joyce Miller discusses evidence based chiropractic care for infants and children. We talk about some of her research and her new book.
Dr. Ken Weber and I discuss neural and musculoskeletal changes underlying painful conditions, the mechanisms of treatments, and predictors for recovery.
Dr. Reed and I discuss his research determining the peripheral and central mechanisms of spinal manipulation (manual therapy) for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain.
Tue Secher Jensen, clinical value of MRI, asymptomatic vs symptomatic imaging findings, disc herniation, modic changes & single vs multiple imaging findings
Dr. Haussler and I discuss his research regarding chiropractic and horses.  In particular we discuss four themes in this interview: 1) How chiropractic techniques can be applied to horses; 2) How do you know you are making a difference (objective outcome measures)?; 3) Effects of mobilization versus manipulation in horses; 4)Controlled clinical trials in horses with acute versus chronic back pain.
Drs. Imran Niazi and Kelly Holt discuss with me their research on chiropractic, falls risk, and neuroplasticity in various populations.
In this episode, we discuss cervical and lumbar disc herniations,spinal manipulation, nerve root injections, neck pain, dizziness and chronic low back pain.
We discuss back pain in young people, the link between back pain, health behavior and cardiovascular disease & sport participation as a health intervention.
Dr. Martha Funabashi Discusses the Biomechanics and Safety of Spinal Manipulation
Dr. Rubinstein and I discuss his updated systematic review of spinal manipulative therapy and chronic low back pain that will appear in BMJ.
In this interview, Dr. Outerbridge and I discuss his World Spine Care and the Global Spine Care Initiative.
Dr. Cassidy and I discuss his career in chiropractic, research, and his thoughts on important issues including the impact of psychosocial factors on health.
Dr. de Luca and I discuss her research on spinal pain in the elderly and chiropractic. Katie de Luca is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of Chiropractic at Macquarie University. She is a chiropractor in clinical practice, however her research focuses on the epidemiology and management of musculoskeletal conditions, with expertise in the […]
In this episode, Dr. Anthony Lisi and I discuss the state of chiropractic practice and research in the US Veterans Health Administration.
Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD, and I discuss his research regarding inflammation in peripheral nerves, chiropractic principles, manual therapies, and much more.
In this episode, Dr. James Whedon and I discuss his research on chiropractic, opioids, adverse events, risk of injury, medicare, and much more.  For instance, his research found the likelihood of filling a prescription for an opioid analgesic was significantly lower for recipients of services delivered by doctors of chiropractic compared with nonrecipients.  Dr. Jim Whedon […]
In this episode, Dr. Robert Vining and I discuss his involvement in chiropractic research at a specialty hospital in New Hampshire, low back pain classification and strategies on how to implement evidence into practice. Dr. Vining is an Associate Professor and Research Clinic Director at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, Palmer College of Chiropractic. […]
Dr. Peter McCarthy and I discuss his varied research in the profession from spine function to dysfunction and multidisciplinary teamwork.
Dr. Coulter and I discuss the recent JAMA article on adding chiropractic care to usual medical care. We also discuss the recent Spine Journal systematic review on spinal manipulation and chronic LBP. In addition, we talk about appropriateness and contextual factors in chiropractic research and practice.
Join Dr. John Mayer and I as we discuss his extensive clinical and research experience in therapeutic exercise, wellness, chiropractic and first responders.
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