Chiropractic Research History in Manitoba

December 2008
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Dec2008, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p205
Academic Journal
The authors comment on the contribution of the Chiropractic Foundation for Spinal Research (CFSR) to the development of chiropractic research in Manitoba. The authors express that CFSR has funded research projects to students and researchers working in their doctoral degrees. The organization was founded by chiropractors including Ronald Collett, Allan Hawkins and Walter Savickey in 1975.


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