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Dr. Jairus Quesnele, BSc, DC, FCCS (C)

Dr. Jairus Quesnele is a Chiropractic Clinical Sciences Specialist, Researcher, and Assistant Professor at Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He received his chiropractic degree at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and his Post-Graduate Residency Fellowship in Clinical Sciences there. He also completed a secondment at World Health Organization as a Fellow in Health Classifications and Standards in Geneva, Switzerland. His current research areas include the effects of spinal manipulation on cervical and cerebral blood perfusion and he is the co-lead of an interdisciplinary management of concussion team and research in Sudbury. He also is a native to Northern Ontario, studied at Laurentian University and loves spending time outdoors with his wife and two children.

Research Areas of Focus:

  • Cervical spine manipulation
  • Effects of cervical spine manipulation vertebral and cerebral blood flow
  • Course and prognosis of cervical disc herniations
  • Interprofessional concussion rehabilitation
  • Effects of targeted cervical spine rehabilitation in concussion recovery
  • Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of concussion in primary care

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