How to avoid year-end tax trap Most new chiropractors setting up their own practice have many daunting tasks ahead of them when they try to learn all aspects of running a business. One of the most common errors is forgetting to set up a tax account – GST, HST and income taxes.
CMCC launches search for next president The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) has begun its comprehensive search for the college's next president following an earlier announcement that current president Dr. Jean Moss is stepping down next year.
Millions of people every year experience the benefits of Chiropractic's natural approach to health and wellbeing. Science has shown that the human body is designed to function optimally, self regulate, and heal. This is the premise that Chiropractic adopted since its inception as a healthcare discipline in 1895.
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Research Review: Arm squeezing probes pain origin The authors of this study developed a simple clinical test that would assist in the differential diagnosis of shoulder pain and help to differentiate between shoulder pain of neck and local origin.
Using systematic reviews for better understanding of back pain The Cochrane Back Review Group conducts studies on back pain through systematic reviews with the goal of synthesizing available research for a wider audience – patients, clinicians, policy makers and other scientists – giving them a sense of what treatment works and what doesn’t.