The Network is a collaborative effort between the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research (PCCR), Yale University Center for Medical Informatics, and the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine (jointly based at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital).
Co-Directors: Cynthia Long, Ph.D.; Anthony Lisi, D.C.; Peter Wayne, Ph.D.
Steering Committee Members: Matt Kowalski, D.C.; Robert Vining, D.C., D.H.Sc.
Program Manager: Zachary Almquist, M.A.
IMPACT Study Project Description
Title: Integrative Migraine Pain Alleviation through Chiropractic Therapy: The IMPACT Study
Funding Source: Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, NCMIC, Palmer College Foundation
Principle Investigators: Peter Wayne, Ph.D., Carolyn Bernstein, MD
Palmer Co-Investigators: Cynthia Long, PhD, Robert Vining, DC, DHSc
This pilot-controlled trial was conducted at the Osher Clinical Center in preparation for a larger trial.
Rist PM, Bernstein C, Kowalski M, Osypiuk K, Connor JP, Vining R, Long CR, Macklin EA, Wayne PM. Multimodal chiropractic care for migraine: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Cephalalgia 2021;41(3):318-328.
Wayne PM, Bernstein C, Kowalski M, Connor JP, Osypiuk K, Long CR, Vining R, Macklin E, Rist PM. The integrative migraine pain alleviation through chiropractic therapy (IMPACT) trial: study rationale, design and intervention validation. Contemp Clin Trials Commun 2020;17
Rist PM, Hernandez A, Bernstein C, Kowalski M, Osypiuk K, Vining R, Long CR, Goertz C, Song R, Wayne PM. The impact of spinal manipulation on migraine pain and disability: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Headache 2019;59(4):532-542.
Longitudinal Cohort Assessing Healthcare Service use for Spine-Related Disorders in the V.A
Principle Investigator: Anthony Lisi, D.C.
Site: Yale Center for Medical Informatics
Status: in progress