VIDEO: Exploring world of veterinary chiropractic Chiropractors certified in adjusting animals say having the ability to offer their skills to both human and animals have brought fulfillment in their professional career and opened up new opportunities for their practice.
Study finds cost benefit for early chiropractic intervention for back pain The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) has cited findings of a new study, “Tracking Low Back Problems in a Major Self-Insured Workforce: Toward Improvement in the Patient’s Journey,” published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine in June 2014, underscoring the value that chiropractic brings to the delivery of care for low back pain.
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Chiropractic community mourns loss of “chiropractic warrior” Dr. James Sigafoose Renowned chiropractor Dr. James M. Sigafoose passed away on July 3, 2014 after a short illness. Recognized worldwide for his inspirational chiropractic philosophy and motivational teaching, Sigafoose has been a powerful leader and teacher to generations of chiropractors.
Federal health minister announces new funding for Aboriginal Peoples health promotion Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose has announced funding for three recipients of the Partners for Engagement and Knowledge Exchange grants through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Pathways to Health Equity for Aboriginal Peoples signature initiative.