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February 16, 2016
FEATURED NEWS: Trending now: Outlook on chiropractic this year and beyond
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Chiropractic care not likely to cause stroke, new study says

This study primarily aimed to replicate in a U.S. population the Cassidy et al. case-control study that was performed in a Canadian population. The Cassidy study was hailed as one of the best-designed investigations of the association between chiropractic manipulative treatment and VBA stroke. The current study also intended to compare the association with recent primary care physician care and VBA stroke in samples of the U.S. commercial and Medicare Advantage populations. >> Read full article

Canada funds $4.4M research initiative to combat prescription drug abuse

Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott today announced more than $4 million in funding for a national, collaborative research aimed at improving the health of people who abuse prescription drugs. >> Read full article

How to make the most of your time

Time is power – power to get people better faster and differently than what they are used to. This is powerful because it allows us to have distinction, which gives patients something to talk about when engaging others with similar problems – and this leads directly to referrals. It’s also power because it attracts other chiropractors and therapists who wish to work with me and help me help more patients. Here are some best practices to make the most of your precious resource. >> Read full article

5 tech trends chiropractors should watch for in 2016

The increasing consumer demand for patient-driven health care is demonstrating the need for chiropractors to continue to engage their patients on their terms. The focus of Canada's growing aging population has shifted from traditional health care to staying healthy through preventive measures. This subtle shift combined with patient demand to manage their own health care will continue to influence the way chiropractors connect and engage their patients. Incorporate these trends to cultivate an authentic patient experience and watch your practice grow. >> Read full article

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Trending now: Outlook on chiropractic this year and beyond

Have you checked your online reputation lately? If you have no idea where or how to check what people are saying about you, it’s high time to keep up with the times. Online reputation management is only one of several trends chiropractors should pay attention to in 2016 and beyond. Patient-centred care, collaboration, social credibility – these are terms DCs can expect to hear more of as the new year ramps up. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

National Chiropractic Leadership Conference

February 24-27, 2016
Location: Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. >> More Info

RRS Education Seminars - Spring 2016 schedule

April 2- May 14, 2016
Location: Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, London, Owen Sound. >> More Info

Botswana Spine Care Conference - Putting Evidence Based Care Into Practice

April 21-22, 2016
Location: Cresta Hotel, Mahalapye, Botswana >> More Info