Dr. Sullivan explains why research in chiropractic is so important, using a specific example of how it could’ve changed the life of someone she knew.

Why you should watch.

To learn the importance of telling the chiropractic story through research and the case studies in your own office.


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Dr. Stephanie Sullivan serves as the director of Life University’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research, fostering the objectively skeptical, collaborative, curious, creative, and exacting environment that science demands. Her work as a Ph.D. candidate with the Biomedical & Health Sciences Institute, Neuroscience division of University of Georgia (UGA) has involved conversations about locating, correcting, analyzing, and then measuring the effects of vertebral subluxation – interestingly, without controversy over the term “subluxation.”

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