- Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness of Chiropractic
- Chiropractic and Back Pain
- Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Whiplash-Associated Disorders (BCCA 2005)
- Evidence-Based Guidelines for the Chiropractic Treatment of Adults With Headache
- The Growing Prominence of Chiropractic Care: NBCE report
- Health Care or Wealth Care
- Canada’s Health Care System; Opportunities and Challenges
- How Good is Canadian Health Care System
- Patient Satisfaction With Chiropractic Care
- Manipulation or Microdiskectomy for Sciatica? A Prospective Randomized Clinical Study
- Government Recommendations for Management Protocols
- Utilization of Chiropractic Care in Canada
- Dose response and efficacy of spinal manipulation for chronic cervicogenic headache: a pilot randomized controlled trial
- Effects of aerobic and/or resistance training on body mass and fat mass in
overweight or obese adults
- Chiropractic and the Risk of Stroke
Executive Summary: The Manga Report represents the largest existing analysis of scientific Literature on low-back pain to date. It has drawn national attention for the support of chiropractic treatment of low-back pain. This unbiased independent study commissioned by the Ontario Ministry of Health shows that chiropractic treatment is cost-effective, safe, has a high rate of patient satisfaction, and is more effective than medical treatment for low-back pain. The Manga Report also recommends that the management of low-back pain be moved from Medical Doctors to Doctors of Chiropractic and that hospital privileges be extended to D.C.s.
What is the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI)?
For more information about CCGI please visit www.chiroguidelines.org
Future of Chiropractic Research
Every day, scientific breakthroughs are founded through the efforts of researchers across the country. Vital chiropractic research is also to the credit of the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF), an organization working to broaden the scope of chiropractic knowledge, thus furthering the profession and contributing to quality, evidence based health care. Both the public and chiropractors alike are encouraged to support the CCRF to ensure the advancement of chiropractic research in Canada for generations.
Consider becoming a partner with your family chiropractor to further necessary research that results in better health care outcomes. Make an investment in your care today by supporting the CCRF and ensure a legacy of chiropractic research in Canada. One by one, we can make a difference.