Dr. Heidi Haavik is the Director of Research at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic where she established the Center for Chiropractic Research. She is doing amazing research in the area of chiropractic and it’s effect on the brain.
She has published several studies showing that chiropractic does indeed impact brain function and helps the brain work more efficiently.
This quote below is from her latest study,
“This is solid scientific evidence that adjusting the spine changes the way the prefrontal cortex of the brain is processing information from the arm. It demonstrates we change the way the brain works and shows that spinal function impacts brain function. One of the most interesting things about the changes we observed was that the prefrontal cortex is responsible for behavior, goal-directed tasks, decision making, memory and attention, intelligence, processing of pain and emotional response to it, autonomic function, motor control, eye movements, and spatial awareness.”
Listen in to this recent interview of Dr. Haavik. It’s filled with fascinating information that is very applicable to you and your family.
All my best,
Dr. Garrett Gripp