Help us raise funds for chiropractic research
At Haavik Research, we want to raise $50,000 for the team at the Centre for Chiropractic Research, at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, to do what they do best and get these studies across the line! In addition, we are raising $35k per year, per PhD student, so we need all the help we can get.
Please, please, please help us raise $50,000 + $35,000, so we can donate this to the Centre for Chiropractic Research! We can make these awesome studies happen, and grow more PhD trained scientists!
If you want to know more about these studies, or the PhD students we are trying to support, please get in touch with Dr Kelly Holt – email@example.com
These studies are just too important not to finish!
These will be ground-breaking studies that are essential for the profession to move forward in our understanding of how chiropractic care helps to improve brain-body communication. They are both ‘first-of-their-kind’ studies.
The results from these first studies were really encouraging and now the opportunity has come along for the team to go back to Pakistan to complete follow up studies.
The problem is these studies haven’t yet been fully funded. Without the necessary funds they won’t be able to complete the studies.
Choose which study to donate to
Chiropractic care on children with ADHD
The team have recently completed studies that have investigated the effects of a single session of chiropractic care on neurological function in kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
WITH YOUR HELP – The next study will be looking at the effects of four weeks of chiropractic care on neurological function and behaviour in children with ADHD.
Cade, A. (2017) Chiropractic Intervention and the control of eye movement in children with Attention Deficit Disorder: A pilot study. MSc thesis. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland
Chiropractic care on stroke patients
The team have recently completed one study that has investigated the effects of a single session of chiropractic care on neurological function in stroke patients.
WITH YOUR HELP – The next study will be looking at the effects of 4 weeks of chiropractic care on function and performance in chronic stroke patients.
Holt, K., Niazi, I.K., Nedergaard, R.W., Duehr, J., Amjad, I., Shafiq, M., Anwar, M.N., Ndetan, H., Haavik, H. (2019) The effects of a single session of chiropractic care on strength, cortical drive, and spinal excitability in stroke patients Scientific Reports. 9:2673 doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-39577-5
Sponsor a PhD student
Doing a PhD is such a huge commitment on the finances, on time, on energy, not to mention those poor brain cells!! We want to do something to try to help them ease the burden.
WITH YOUR HELP – The funds would go to the PhD students to buy them time to do their PhD research.