Advocating nationally for the profession: An interview with CCA President Dr. Stan Gorchynski.
In this issue, we will review the main classification of diaphragmatic hernias:
Thank you to my friend, Dr. Amir Rezaei of North York, for this case.
Thank you to Dr. Jeff Labelle of Toronto for this case. These sequential lateral views depict a man with diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) in his cervical spine.
This five-year old boy was sitting in the bleachers watching his mom play tennis, when he fell off the third level onto the ground.
This 43-year-old woman presented with throat discomfort, describing it as if “something was stuck in my throat,” with painful neck rotation, and some discomfort during swallowing.
Welcome back to my colleagues and readers. It is my hope that you and your families will have a year of health and success throughout 2007! My sincere thanks goes out to Dr. Luc Roy, of St-Redempteur, Quebec, for the year’s first case. Merci, Dr. Roy!
This 69-year-old woman presented with chronic shoulder pain, and marked restriction of shoulder abduction and circumduction. (Figure 1.)
This 46-year-old man presented with a prominent “bump” over the left acromioclavicular region following a traumatic fall on an outstretched hand
This 48-year-old female presented with neck pain. Radiographs revealed a well-defined focus of flocculent calcification within the cranial vault, to the right of midline
This is an otherwise healthy, 46-year-old lactation consultant who, more than a year ago, fell backwards awkwardly onto the armrest of a chair, injuring her sacro-coccygeal area.
This 32-year-old male producer presented with an 18-month history of bilateral shoulder/arm pain.
Salvatore, age 12, was at a friend's home and they were playing in the pool. He went on the diving board and was bouncing up and down. In the process he felt a snap in his knee and he fell into the pool.
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Interprofessional seminar: Interprofessional Management of Tendinopathies
October 26-27, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
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Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Eastern Conference
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2020 San Diego Pain Summit
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16th Biennial WFC Congress
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