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My name is Kim Ross. I am a chiropractor whose degree was obtained in 1987. I have been in chiropractic academia since that time. I am currently an Associate Professor at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College,as well as the Director of Education, Year 1.
I received my PhD in Biomechanics from the University of Waterloo, in 2003. My research interests are primarily related to the biomechanics of spinal manipulation. Specifically I have done studies on the accuracy of manipulation, the effect of the skin-fascial interface on the movement of vertebra during thoracic manipulation and the effect of facet asymmetry on spinal joint motion palpation. In addition I have developed an accelometry technology that has been utilized in the aforementioned accuracy study as well as several studies on cavitation and facet gapping in collaboration with Greg Cramer from the National University of Health Sciences.
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