About chiropractic research
Our research investigates the impact of chiropractic care on the expression of health and human potential and focuses on neurophysiological function, paediatrics, human performance and quality of life.
Support our new study…
The Centre for Chiropractic Research has been at the forefront of building the evidence base that shows that chiropractic care positively impacts nervous system function. We are excited to announce the next study in this line of research which will investigate how chiropractic care impacts brain-body communication.
Chiropractic Care on PFC Function
Examining the effects of chiropractic care on kids’ brain function and health status
The Centre for Chiropractic Research (CCR) are thrilled to announce that we are about to commence an awesome new study on chiropractic care with kids!
The effects of chiropractic adjustments on motor units
The team at the Centre for Chiropractic Research at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic had a busy holiday period and the publications continue!
Dr Imran Khan Niazi Appointed to the World Federation of Chiropractic Research Committee
We're proud to announce that Dr Imran Khan Niazi, Laboratory and Research Partnership Manager at the Centre for Chiropractic Research (CCR) at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, has been appointed a member of the WFC Research Committee.
Our Research Team
We have had an amazing few years at the Centre and our research team continues to grow.
There is so much more research to do.
Together with your help, future research will continue to grow a comprehensive evidence base. This increases the profile of chiropractic for the profession, the public and the wider health community.