Professorship to Expand Chiropractic Research at U of M

By Brian Schultz

The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) is establishing a professorship in Spine Biomechanics and Human Neurophysiology at the School of Medical Rehabilitation.

The gift to the University of Manitoba will further research in spinal manipulation and pain management for conditions such as neck pain, back pain and degenerative disc disease.

University and provincial officials will name the newly appointed professor in Spine Biomechanics and Human Neurophysiology at 11 a.m. today in the John Buhler Research Centre Atrium on the Bannatyne campus.

The professorship was made in partnership with the Manitoba Chiropractors’ Association and the Province of Manitoba.

UPDATE: Chiropractor Steven Passmore has been named Professor in Spine Biomechanics and Human Neurophysiology.


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