Event Title

P-35 Does Chiropractic Treatment Help Reduce Headaches?

Start Date

3-2-2018 2:30 PM

Description

This study examines whether manual manipulation or mechanical activator chiropractic treatment is more effective in reducing subluxations associated with headache pain. Research has shown that manual manipulation is more effective in reducing headache pain (Hass, 2004). Data associated with effective treatment outcomes for each treatment modality will be collected from medical records of 68 participants from two chiropractic centers. Using a within-subjects repeated measures design, ANOVA analysis is expected to show that subjects who receive manual manipulation report significant decreases in headache pain. This study will provide further confirmatory evidence for using manual manipulation to treat headache pain.

Acknowledgments

Dr. Harvey J. Burnett Jr.

IRB #: 17-172

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Mar 2nd, 2:30 PM

P-35 Does Chiropractic Treatment Help Reduce Headaches?

This study examines whether manual manipulation or mechanical activator chiropractic treatment is more effective in reducing subluxations associated with headache pain. Research has shown that manual manipulation is more effective in reducing headache pain (Hass, 2004). Data associated with effective treatment outcomes for each treatment modality will be collected from medical records of 68 participants from two chiropractic centers. Using a within-subjects repeated measures design, ANOVA analysis is expected to show that subjects who receive manual manipulation report significant decreases in headache pain. This study will provide further confirmatory evidence for using manual manipulation to treat headache pain.