Sport and Spine Rehab is pleased to report that Standard Process, a world leader in whole food supplement products has awarded the Logan College of Chiropractic a $700,000 research grant to evaluate the effects of a supplement on patients who have suffered an acute ankle sprain. The Sport and Spine Clinical Research Foundation is a co-investigator on the study and data will be collected at all seven of Sport and Spine Rehab?s clinical practices. This grant is Sport and Spine Rehab?s continued commitment to deliver to patients the most evidence-based solutions and to be the trusted leader in enriching the health and well-being of the public, one life at-a-time.
Standard Process is a company devoted to improving the quality of life by providing the safest, ?most effective,?highest quality dietary supplements through health care professionals.
Clinical trials look at how Standard Process products work in humans and through can help enhance and support the many ways our products help patients. They conduct trials with academic and medical institutions or contract research organizations like Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation to establish the safety and efficacy of Standard Process supplements in healthy, human subjects. Standard Process collaborates with a wide spectrum of practitioners?chiropractors, naturopathic physicians, academics, and medical doctors, as well as other health care professionals.
Through these collaborators, Standard Process performs randomized, placebo-controlled, and open-label studies, as well as provides feedback and collaboration on case studies, giving important insight on how their products function in real life.
Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation is a 501-c3 dedicated to helping us better fulfill our mission of providing the best evidence-based care to our patients under the direction of Jena Etnoyer, Med, ATC, Clinical Research Coordinator for Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation (SSRCRF).
And don?t forget this is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
Sport and Spine Rehab is partnering with Back on My Feet by joining thousands of people across the country and wearing sneakers to work so that more individuals experiencing homelessness will be able to move their lives forward using Back on Feet?s earned financial aid, employment and housing resources. Donations will support local programs and national infrastructure and expansion.? To donate go to http://www.backonmyfeet.org/sneaker-week.html and input Sport and Spine Rehab at the bottom of the page where it prompts you to Find and Support a Participant or you can donate at any of our seven locations. ?Dr. Jay has committed to matching the total amount donated!? And in addition, check out the cool designer sneakers posted by our patients and SSR team members on our Facebook page next week!
If you have any questions, please contact Sport & Spine Rehab by visiting our website today!
?To be the trusted leader in enriching the health and well-being of the public, one life at a time.?