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Research with impact: A response to “The tail wagging the dog”

As a scientist who is fortunate to speak to audiences around the world, I field questions from clinicians about a wide range of topics including chiropractic, science and research. While the questions may be about the experiments I conduct or how their results relate to practice, there is always one question that I am asked without fail. In fact, it is the same question Dr. Brad Lohrenz asks in his recent commentary in Canadian Chiropractor (“The tail wagging the dog,” October, 2019. Page 20). To paraphrase, “why don’t you researchers investigate the amazing things I see in my practice, with ‘real’ chiropractic?”

The question is an excellent one and reflects an issue that touches all health professions – the lack of sufficient scientists, time and funds to investigate everything of interest and do so with the required quality. As such, health professions must make difficult decisions about how to prioritize chronically inadequate research resources. Chiropractic is no different.
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CMCC Backs in Motion

Date: April 26, 2020
Location: Toronto
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Brain Injury Canada Conference

Date: April 30-May 1, 2020
Location: Ottawa
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