In 2012, I penned “What Athletes Want,”. The piece was the first of its kind to feature high-performance professional athletes talking about what they looked for in a chiropractor. Seven years later we re-visit this topic to bring new perspectives to chiropractors looking to make treating professional athletes a revenue-generating stream in their practice.
The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the University of Toronto's Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation (IHPME) that aims to foster greater collaboration and promote educational research among the students and faculty of CMCC's Clinical Sciences Graduate Studies Program and those of IHPME.
We posted – you clicked. Below you'll find what Canadian Chiropractors were reading in 2018.
If you've ever visited the emergency department with appendicitis, or you're one of the 100 million U.S. adults who suffer from chronic pain, you're familiar with a row of numbered faces, with expressions from smiling to grimacing, used to indicate pain levels.
Things are much better these days accordingly to the latest Canadian Chiropractor 2018 survey.
Five years ago, Rachael Kloosterman, an Oshawa, Ont.-born student was living in Peterborough – now she’s working towards a chiropractic degree in sunny Barcelona.
Simply stated, people today are very busy, and while health and health care are a priority, they’re a perishable priority. Patients increasingly have high expectations that their health care, including chiropractic care, should be cost-effective, competent, convenient and consumer friendly.
While back pain is rarely a life-threatening condition, as chiropractors you know it can significantly impact your patient’s quality of life. With more than an estimated 540 million people across all ages and socio-economic statuses suffering from back pain worldwide, health-care professionals need a better way to manage this often debilitating condition.
Over the past five years, more Americans of all ages are rolling out their yoga mats and meditating.
It seems the profession has stayed stable from 2016/2017 – at least when it comes to annual income. But some questions gave way to interesting tidbits about how practice trends are changing, little by little. The current state of the profession raises questions about the scope of practice, the continued rise of multidisciplinary clinics and the buying habits of Canadian DCs.
It’s a scenario that plays out every day in countless chiropractor offices across the country: A patient presents with chronic pain. However, the attending chiropractor finds himself with scarce information about the patient’s medical history.
The management of temporomandibular disorders (TMD) and orofacial pain is a complex problem within all health care fields. This complexity arises from the many problems that can be associated with masticatory function. In order to effectively manage TMD and orofacial pain disorders, we must be able to recognize them so correct treatment can be selected.
OTTAWA—In the past, public health campaigns warning of the harmful effects of drugs delivered one resounding message: Don't do it.
On June 1, Alberta's updated OHS laws will include clear definitions of harassment, including sexual and domestic violence, and increased protections from violence and harassment – a historic step towards safer workplaces throughout the province.
Arlington, VA. — The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has announced that Congress (with the passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018) has approved a plan to expand access to chiropractic's nondrug approach to pain relief to veterans, many of whom suffer from back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions resulting from their service. The vote follows House passage, and the bill now heads to the president's desk for his signature.
Arlington, Va. – Members of the U.S. House of Representatives has introduced a bill that would expand access to chiropractic services to military retirees, dependents and survivors through the Department of Defense TRICARE health program.
Changes to the Ontario employment law have been passed and for small business owners, this is bad news. The Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis was commissioned by the Keep Ontario Working coalition to measure the potential impacts of six key areas of change in Bill 148, including changes to minimum wages, equal pay provisions, vacation, scheduling, personal emergency leave, and unionization.
OTTAWA – Travellers to Canada will be routinely asked whether they are bringing marijuana into the country as Ottawa moves to legalize recreational pot use.
Some doctors of chiropractic are exceptionally focused and multi-talented – they build successful practices quickly and effortlessly (or so it seems).
A peaceful country located in east Africa, Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness areas including the Serengeti, and Kilimanjaro National Parks.
Arlington, VA -- A bill introduced in the U.S. Senate and supported by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) would expand access to chiropractic services to military retirees as well as members of the National Guard and Reserve through the Department of Defense TRICARE health program.
Living the chiropractic lifestyle is imperative to Gilles LaMarche – after, all chiropractic saved his life.
SAN JOSE, CA/PRNewswire/ -- September 2018 is designated as National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month in the United States: an opportunity to raise public awareness about the dangers of prescription and over the counter (OTC) pain medications.
We used to hate the term subluxation as it applied to chiropractic treatment. That whole “bone out of place” thing just didn’t resonate with us. After all, we are a science- and evidence-based profession. For most of my 39 years in practice, we held firm to the tenant that the purpose of chiropractic treatment was to correct biomechanical dysfunction in the spine and related joints.
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