Recently, we, as Canadians, learned that communicating our impressions regarding an issue – through letters, phone calls, e-mails, etc. – can actually garner a desired result. When one of our political parties was barred from participating in the televised federal election debates, people got busy and told government leaders that the exclusion was unwarranted, unfair and a contraindication to making an informed decision at the polls. As you all know, the exclusion was reversed.
Jennifer Pitre believes the right path to good health is as much about looking good on the outside as it is about feeling good inside.
Right-brained radiology: An interview with Dr. John Super, chiropractor and artist.
Chiropractic as portrayed in the situational comedy on television
Part 2: Chiropractic as portrayed in the situational comedy on television.
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Brain recode: Encouraging solutions to clear the fogIf you ask an aging adult what one of their…
Which car crashes cause traumatic brain injury?Motor vehicle crashes are the most common cause of emergency…
Shockwave Therapy Workshop
June 15, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
November 8-9, 2019
Brain Injury Canada Conference
April 30-1, 2020