Cleveland Chiropractic College News
Clevelanders impact ACC-RAC in Las Vegas
Representatives of Cleveland Chiropractic College (CCC) gathered with several hundred colleagues in Las Vegas, March 19-21, for the 22nd Annual Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC) Research Agenda Conference (RAC). Held in conjunction with the ACC, the theme for the RAC this year was “Interprofessional Collaboration.” Those affiliated with the profession made the trek to Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to listen to the research efforts of their colleagues.
Dr. Mark Pfefer, director of research at the College, called the event “one of the highest quality and most productive scientific and educational conferences in the chiropractic profession.” He joined a group of several Clevelanders presenting research efforts at the event. Those attending with Pfefer from CCC included: Dr. Julia Bartlett, Dr. Rebecca Burkhalter, Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III, Dr. J.R. Dobson, Dr. Karen Doyle, Jeff Karp, Dr. Robert Moore, Dr. Ed Smith, Dr. Jon Wilson.
Positive outcomes increase over time with the implementation of a semi-flipped teaching model — Dr. Brittany Gorres-Martens, Dr. Mark Pfefer and CCC student, Angela Segovia
Chiropractic student attitudes toward the patient protection and affordable care act — Dr. Edward Smith, Dr. Mark Pfefer, Dr. Stephan Cooper, Simone Briand, and CCC students, Angela Segovia and Scott Runnels.
Awareness and recognition of ovarian cancer in chiropractic practice — Dr. Rebecca Burkhalter, Dr. Mark Pfefer, Dr. Stephan Cooper.
Building a culture of workplace wellness in a chiropractic university background — Dr. Karen Doyle, J. Dale Marrant, Dr. Mark Pfefer and Sarah Shelnutt.
The influence of chiropractic treatment in patients with insulin resistance associated with diabetes type 2: a case series — Dr. Fabio Dal Bello, Dr. Patricia Bergesch, Dr. Charles Blum
Integration of SOT cranial therapy with an occlusal splint for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea: a case report — Dr. Thomas Bloink, Dr. Charles Blum
Chiropractic and dental care of a patient with temoromandibular and sacroiliac joint hypermobility: a case report — Dr. Richard Gerardo, Dr. Charles Blum and Dr. David Shirazi.
Do chiropractic students purchase and read textbooks? A survey of current chiropractic students — Dr. Mark Pfefer, Dr. Jon Wilson, Dr. John Dobson, Dr. Stephan Cooper and CCC students Christopher Voll, William Rutherford and Angela Segovia.
The effects of multimodal chiropractic care on pain and disability in a patient diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome-Hypermobility Type: a case report — Dr. Richard Strunk, Dr. Mark Pfefer and CCC student Kamraan Husain.
Chiropractic student attitudes regarding radiology use: survey development and validation — Dr. Jon Wilson, Dr. Mark Pfefer, Dr. D. Jason Qualls and CCC student Angela Segovia.