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Spinal Research Foundation
The Australian Spinal Research Foundation (now known as Spinal Research) is more than just a research foundation – it is a cooperative of like-minded people who have a common view of health and well-being, and are willing to stand up for it.
Almost 40 years ago, a group of Chiropractors with a love of chiropractic and a passion to see it survive and thrive came together and set into place what is known today as Spinal Research.
Our role is to remain at the cutting edge of understanding and communicating how chiropractic contributes to community health and well-being, and therefore our Mission is two-fold – to facilitate research and disseminate knowledge that furthers the understanding, development and effectiveness of chiropractic care.
We fulfil our mission by creating knowledge, through the facilitation of research in support of chiropractic. We then communicate knowledge of chiropractic via a wide variety of seminars, science symposia, events and publications.
This new knowledge is then able to be integrated into chiropractic practice and shared with both the community and broader health sector, which leads to an increased confidence in chiropractic, more positive health outcomes, and greater professional credibility.
Then, on a broader level, when more people understand or ‘get’ chiropractic, the health and well-being of communities improves, and we have more opportunities to understand and measure the benefits of chiropractic care. This can then feed into ongoing research and continue a cycle of ‘action-research’ that builds on existing knowledge and has the potential to secure the future of chiropractic.https://spinalresearch.com.au
The research Dr Haavik is involved in explores the effects of chiropractic care. In particular she investigates what happens in the brain when a chiropractor adjusts dysfunctional spinal segments.
She has utilised sophisticated neuroscience techniques such as somatosensory evoked electroencephalography and transcranial magnetic brain stimulation to investigate the effects of chiropractic adjustments of vertebral subluxations on somatosensory processing, sensorimotor integration and motor cortical output.
Recently she has translated this science into everyday language into her best selling book, The Reality Check.