Toronto (Troy Media) – Canadians suffer when important mental health services are unavailable or wait times are too long.
Rising business costs, government mandated minimum wage increases, hikes in chiropractic licence fees, spikes in our association premiums, cut-backs by insurance companies and changes in the auto injury guidelines – these are only some of the barriers chiropractors have to deal with when running their practice. These obstacles are enough to drive the most successful practices out of business.
The brain was the big subject at this year’s Wave conference, held in San Francisco in August and hosted by Life Chiropractic College West.
What chiropractic used to be might be quite different from what it has become and these changes may not necessarily be in the best interest of patients.
I recently attended Life Vision Seminars in Montreal and helped organize Alliance for Chiropractic’s Spring Conference the very next weekend. Needless to say, there was a lot of catching up to do with friends and colleagues, and by the end of the second weekend I lost my voice. I was on a plane back home Sunday without the ability to say one word.
The Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC) is celebrating its centennial this year and I had the privilege to attend the Centennial Gala event held in Calgary last May.
There is a new series on Netflix that is proving to be one of its most watched shows to date: "13 Reasons Why." It’s about a teenage girl who, before committing suicide, created a cassette tape recording pouring her heart out and calling out 13 people who she claims are the reasons why she decided to end her life.
OTTAWA – Canadians know this best. In addition to being the "globalization nation" of immigrants and travellers, we've had a stake in nearly every major global health threat of the last two decades.
I am one of the lucky parents whose children rarely ever get sick. In my house, that’s a good thing because my boys have never been crazy about ingesting anything that does not taste like food. When they were little, the site of a bottle of children’s Tylenol sent them running in the other direction.
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Chiropractic Care for Disc Patients (multiple dates)
April 8-10, 2018
Torque Release Technique Seminar
May 5, 2018