McMorland Family Research Chair in Mechanobiology

According to Health Canada, eight out of 10 Canadians will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. In Ontario alone, low back pain costs an estimated $1.2 billion annually and is a leading cause of long-term disability.

A global leader in chiropractic research, CMCC created the McMorland Family Research Chair in Mechanobiology to investigate spine instability, degeneration and joint dysfunction/subluxation and the impact of everyday activities on spine health.

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Your contribution toward this important research will directly advance scientific understanding of mechanobiology of the spine and has the potential to evolve the treatment of back pain, and relieve the strain on health care systems around the world by helping millions of patients regain the ability to lead healthy, active lives.

For more information on supporting the McMorland Family Research Chair, please visit the Donors & Supporters page.