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At Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC), we are proud to be at the forefront of chiropractic and health sciences research. Our commitment to evidence-based research is unwavering, as we continually strive to enhance patient outcomes through professional collaboration. Our research is led by esteemed professionals and thought leaders, and explores a wide range of topics, from the efficacy of kinesiology taping to the role of exercise in concussion management.

We are not just observers in the fields of chiropractic and health sciences; we are pioneers, shaping the future of chiropractic care and health education. Join us as we lead the field, pushing boundaries and making significant strides in chiropractic and health sciences research.

New Research

May-Thurner syndrome in pregnancy: a case study and review.

Thomas D, Pfefer M, England H, & Schmidt T. (March 23-25, 2023). May-Thurner syndrome in pregnancy: a case study and review. . Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Keywords:

May-Thurner syndrome, pregnancy , case study

Asymmetrical lumbar facets complicating a diversified high-velocity, low-amplitude lumbar side posture adjustment: a case report

Blum C. (2023). Asymmetrical lumbar facets complicating a diversified high-velocity, low-amplitude lumbar side posture adjustment: a case report. J Chiro Ed.. 37(1):(63).

Keywords:

Asymmetrical lumbar facets, lumbar side posture adjustment

Effects of Posterior Shoulder Stretching: a narrative review

M Ludwig , M Pfefer, C Calfee, M Schellert, K Abbott, S Reece , S McIntosh, & C Hevel. (2023). Effects of Posterior Shoulder Stretching: a narrative review. Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference. Cleveland University Overland Park.

Keywords:

posterior , shoulder stretching

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