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More from Canadian Chiropractor | Education | Clinical | Events May 26, 2014
Report finds physical activity levels of Canadian kids lag behind global pack
A new report reveals that the overall physical activity levels of Canadian kids are lagging behind those of youngsters from other nations. For the first time, Active Healthy Kids Canada is using its annual Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth to see how Canadians measure up to kids in 14 other countries.
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Parker University takes care of business
Parker University recently announced the establishment of a new College of Business and Technology. The college, which includes undergraduate and graduate health care business administration and technology degree programs, is currently enrolling students each month for its online classes.
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Canadian Chiropractor Business Forum

Program at a Glance:

The 21st century chiropractor: Using new technologies to grow your practice. Practitioners and social media experts discuss best practices on when, where and how to take advantage of social media and web-based tools to communicate your message and raise your business profile.

Panelists: Dr. Anthony Lombardi, Dr. Ashley Worobec, Allan Freedman and Rob Lindsay
Moderator: Mari-Len De Guzman

This and more great educational sessions at the Canadian Chiropractor Business and Professional Growth Forum, June 14, McMaster Innovation Park, Hamilton, Ont. Seats are limited, so register today.

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Get the message to the masses
"How do chiropractors get more new patients?" I find this thought process completely backwards. That thinking alone can leave practitioners stuck in a rut from which they can’t get out. Rather than asking how we can get more new patients, how about asking ourselves, “What can I offer to my community – no strings attached?”
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Taking the lead as primary spine care providers
There is potential for chiropractors to take the lead in the establishment of a primary spine care provider designation, a clinical specialty with advanced training in the area of spine care and spine-related disorders. For this to happen, there are some significant factors that need to be acknowledged and addressed.
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