September 25, 2017

This Chiropractic School Just Scored $7 MILLION to Study THIS???

By chirosushi In Chiropractic Success

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NIH COMMITS $7 MILLION TO PALMER CENTER FOR CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH AND PARTNERS TO STUDY CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR VETERANS WITH CHRONIC LOW-BACK PAIN

Scientists at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research (PCCR), along with partner organizations, received a $1.46 million award from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health and the Office of Research on Women’s Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The award (UG3-AT009761) funds a two-year research planning project to address the short-term pain and functional outcomes associated with different numbers of chiropractic visits, and the long-term effectiveness of chiropractic care delivered at Veterans Health Administration (VHA) clinics.

If the NIH determines initial project goals are met after the two-year planning phase and pending available funds, the project and funding will extend over an additional four years totaling approximately $7 million, making this the largest award ever granted by the NIH to a chiropractic institution.

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