Listen to Dr. Dean Smith interview Dr. Passmore regarding the science relating chiropractic to human performance. Dr. Passmore is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba. He also holds adjunct appointments in the College of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Manitoba, the Research Department at New York Chiropractic College, and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. His expertise deals with human perceptual learning and motor control. Dr. Passmore utilizes his theoretical and applied background in perceptual motor behaviour to explore performance-based outcome measures in an attempt to objectively determine population characteristics, movement outcomes and sustainability of interventions. Dr. Passmore practiced as a chiropractor in the Buffalo Veterans Affairs Medical Center (2007-09), and is currently in practice in Manitoba. He has held competitive grants from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR), the Worker’s Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB), Research Manitoba (RM), the Manitoba Medical Service Foundation (MMSF), and the Alexander Gibson Fund.
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