In addition to providing quality, evidenced based care at our seven clinics, Sport and Spine Rehab doctors and clinical team members are actively researching new treatment methods that will guide future patient care.? Under the direction of Jena Etnoyer, Med, ATC, Clinical Research Coordinator for Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation (SSRCRF), our clinic teams are currently engaged in multiple projects.
An SSRCRF update from Clinical Research Coordinator Jena Etnoyer
?We are continuing to conduct the home exercise program study at SSR of Fort Washington and SSR of Landover, in addition to the Biofreeze cervical manipulation study across all clinics; so a big thank you in advance to everyone?s efforts so far!! Next month, we are also submitting for a national grant to conduct a pregnancy related low back pain study with Dr. Donnelly and the Fairfax crew.?
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.
Sport and Spine Rehab?s Clinical Research Gets Published?Again!
Work performed by Sport and Spine Rehab Clinical Research Foundation was once again published in the Topics in Integrative Health Care Journal in the peer-reviewed article, The Effect of the Tri-Core? Cervical Pillow on Sleep Outcomes Among Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD) Patients.
A huge THANK YOU to Dr. Huffman and his team at Sport and Spine Rehab of Landover for all of the amazing effort they put in to this study.
If you have any questions about Sport and Spine Rehab?s Clinical Research Foundation, please contact Sport & Spine Rehab by visiting our website today!
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