Distance Education: The Benefits of Spinal Manipulation

back.jpg  Here is an online course developed by Dr. Kim Ross of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). The course description:

This presentation looks at clinical trials of spinal manipulation to discrepancies in the literature, and mechanisms by which manipulation produces its clinical effect. What you will find is that some of the mechanistic assumptions of spinal manipulation need to be revisted. Spinal manipulation is a mechanical intervention. But one cannot discount the possibilty of a neurological mechanism of action.

The course offers three hours of CE credits and is available free of charge to members of both CMCC and the Ontario Chiropractic Association. Others may register for $25. Funding was provided by the Ontario Chiropractic Association and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care for their financial support.

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