Vol.044 - Weight-training research: how to read and create research studies - Dr.Chris Colloca - Video
About Dr. Chris Colloca D.C.
A 1995 cum laude graduate of Life College School of Chiropractic, and a 1990 graduate of Ithaca College, Dr. Colloca directs a full time private practice and clinical research facility in Phoenix, Arizona. His original research has been presented at several scientific conferences around the world and has appeared in numerous peer-reviewed biomedical journal articles. He is a co-author of Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique (Mosby,1997) and has lectured extensively throughout the United States, Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe, providing over 100 post-graduate education seminars for over 5,000 chiropractors. In 2000, he formed Neuromechanical Innovations, www.neuromechanical.com, to continue his vision with new continuing education programs, products, and services to benefit doctors of chiropractic.
About the Video
Dr. Colloca has performed many studies on biomechanics and neurology, presenting these studies at various conferences around the world. Studies are only as good as the design and procedures. Dr. Colloca will review on how to read and interpret a properly performed study and what are the commonly seen flaws. Dr. Colloca will also show you how to create your own case report and the procedure to get it published in a peer-reviewed journal.