Arlington, Va. – The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and chiropractors in the U.S. will observe National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) this October by sharing information on back pain prevention and the value of a conservative approach to treatment with the theme "Back to Basics."
VANCOUVER – A tag hanging from a dead man's left toe says the cause of death was an overdose of fentanyl, "unknowingly taken with other drugs."
World Spine Care will be the beneficiary of a seminar series designed to educate chiropractic practitioners on the latest research and promote evidence-based practice.
DALLAS, Tex. – The board of trustees, faculty, staff, students, and alumni of Parker University are pleased to announce and celebrate the inauguration of their new president, Dr. William E. Morgan. As the seventh president of Parker University, Morgan will begin his term presiding over an expanding roster of both programs and students as Parker University pursues its "mission of comprehensive education dedicated to research, service and education."
Activator Methods International, creator of chiropractic adjusting instruments, has announced a set of major innovations to its seminars held in the United States and abroad.
MONTREAL – Advocating for chiropractic to be "separate and distinct" does not mean chiropractors will be "isolated and alone." This was the argument put forth by Dr. Gerard Clum during a panel session at this week's education conference in this city, hosted jointly by the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) and the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC).
British Columbia may soon become the site of a new academic institution for chiropractic.The new Pacific Academic Institute of Chiropractic (PAIC) has released a progress report that outlined recent developments about the planned chiropractic academic institution, which will include a chiropractic school, a research program and a multidisciplinary primary care clinic.
World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) president Dr. Greg Stewart says there has never been a more opportune time than now to showcase the expertise of chiropractors as musculoskeletal health specialists, with back pain and spinal disorders topping the list in the most recent Global Burden of Disease report.
One Nanaimo, B.C., chiropractor is taking patient education to the next level.
In appreciation of Dr. S. Leonard Syme's contributions to the growth and development of the Institute for Work & Health (IWH) through his work as chair of its Scientific Advisory Committee from 1995 to 2002, the IWH has established a research training fellowship program in his name.
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WEBINAR: Working with the Back-Pained Patient
September 13, 2017
EXSTORE Functional Assessment and Soft-Tissue Treatment Workshop
October 28-29, 2017
CCA 2018 National Convention and Tradeshow
April 27-29, 2018