Dr. Fedorchuk is a practitioner-scientist and has a focused practice on spinal care and wellness, and has a broad program of practice based research. Along with his research team, his current projects include several exploring links between subluxation, abnormal posture, x-ray, SEMG, HRV, brain imaging, thermal scanning, muscle strength, and patient quality of life.
The Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation has awarded Dr. Curtis Fedorchuk with the Researcher of the Year Award for his outstanding work and tireless dedication to research on the vertebral subluxation.
He is a contributing author to research journals, as well as serving on the peer review panel. Currently he serves on the Board of Directors for the International Spinal Health Institute and the Editorial Board for Pediatric, Maternal, Family Health, Chiropractic. He is also the head chair for Research for the Georgia Chiropractic Council. He has also been an adjunct professor at LIFE University for over 4 years where he teaches CBP. He also teaches Continuing Education for other chiropractors and has traveled around North America and as far a Puerto Rico in 2014.
Dr. Fedorchuk has numerous published research in peer reviewed journals, and has collaborated in clinical investigations with institutions such as Life University, Florida Atlantic University and Emory University. He was selected for platform presentation in Gold Coast Australia by the International Chiropractors Association Council on Pediatrics, and later won 2nd place at the 2008 International Research and Philosophy Conference (IRAPS) for Best Science paper. In September of 2009 and again in 2013 he was awarded “CBP Researcher of the Year.” In November of 2009 he was awarded “CLA Researcher of the Year.” Recently in 2015, he was awarded “Chiropractor of the Year” by CBP Non Profit.