Research in Animal Chiropractic
On this page we have offered some research linked to veterinary chiropractic, manual therapies, myofascial techniques, osteopathy and physiotherapy. If you know of a study that is directly related to veterinary chiropractic that is not listed here, please let us know by email at email@example.com
The following table was created by doing a literature search early November 2019, using these search engines:
-VIN – veterinary Information network
and Search words:
-“veterinary chiropractic” , “animal chiropractic”,”manual therapies in horses/small animals” , “veterinary manipulative therapy “, ” physiotherapy in horses/small animals”, ” veterinary rehabilitation” ,” myofascial release horses “, ” alternative therapies in veterinary medicine”, ” equine spinal manipulative therapy ” , “equine chiropractic”
Some additional studies not in the table.
Examination of the three-dimensional range of motion of the intervertebral articulations of the equine cervical spine in stance and motion with regard to different head-neck positions by using biplane high-speed fluoroscopic kinematography. (Study sponsored by the IVCA. First report.)
Examination of the three-dimensional range of motion of the intervertebral articulations of the equine cervical spine in stance and motion with regard to different head-neck positions by using biplane high-speed fluoroscopic kinematography. (Study sponsored by the IVCA. Second report.)
MYOFASCIA – THE UNEXPLORED TISSUE: MYOFASCIAL KINETIC LINES IN HORSES, A MODEL FOR DESCRIBING LOCOMOTION USING COMPARATIVE DISSECTION STUDIES DERIVED FROM HUMAN LINES.
Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd, Rikke Mark Schultz
PATTERN OF VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION COMPLEXES IN SHOWJUMPING HORSES AT CHIROPRACTIC VETERINARY EVALUATION.
Claudia da Rocha Patricio
An exploration of the current status quo of animal chiropractic in South Africa,
Bosman, Pieter Jacobus, Dissertation submitted in partial compliance with the requirements for a Master’s Degree in Technology: Chiropractic, Durban University of Technology, 2012.
Chapter 93: Chiropractic Evaluation and Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders.
Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse (Second Edition),
2011, Pages 892-901, Kevin K. Haussler
Seeking research project for funding!
Animal chiropractic needs more research to reach out to more groups. It has always been an objective for IVCA to support research. Included in the IVCA membership fee there is a 10 Euro fee earmarked for research. IVCA have a research committee that evaluate research projects for funding, and IVCA has develop criteria for seeking funding to research project. See here for the criteria and application form.
If you are planning on doing research related to animal chiropractic, please do not hesitate sending in an application for research funding. Please send in the application, with all the required information to the IVCA office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you all will help us inform of this possibility to seek funding for animal chiropractic research to whom it may concern.
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