It seemed like a case of Bertlmann’s socks for biologists. Reinhold Bertlmann was an Austrian theoretical physicist noted for – among other things – his fondness for never wearing matching socks.
April 16, Trois-Rivieres, QC – The chiropractic program at the Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres (UQTR) announces a new graduate program in sports sciences.
April 3, Toronto, ON – The Advocate’s Society, a national association of judges, lawyers and advocates, and an advocacy skills training provider, introduces the first annual training program for expert witnesses from all industries and professions.
Last month, a violent earthquake/tsunami/volcano struck Japan. A consequence of the onslaught of this natural triumvirate was the technical malfunction of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactor. Nearby residents, and those of neighbouring cities and countries, were, and continue to be, worried about dangerous fallout.
March 24, Toronto, ON – The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) announces its 2011 Backs in Motion run/walk to raise funds for chiropractic research education and patient care.
Feb. 24, Hamilton, Ont. - The Original McMaster Medical Acupuncture Program, since 1998, announces dates for the spring 2012 Contemporary Medical Acupuncture for Health Professionals sessions.
Feb.18, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) is pleased to welcome Patrick Loisel, MD, a pioneer in the field of work disability prevention to its Graduate Faculty.
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In November 2010, chiropractors from across the country gathered in Toronto for the third Canadian Chiropractic Convention. It has been widely reported that the weekend was exciting, dynamic, well-organized and informative.
Jan. 21, Oakville, ON – The Thompson Technique - Minardi Integrated Systems seminar series to be held in Toronto this year is sold out.
Dec. 6., Fredericton, NB – The New Brunswick Chiropractic Association (NBCA)invite all DCs and their CAs to Fredericton in October 2011.
If 1975 marked chiropractic’s annus mirabilis and propelled at least the beginnings of chiropractic research into the modern er
Oct. 7, Oakville, Ont. – Drs. John Minardi and James Thompson will join forces again in 2011 to bring chiropractors informative lectures and hands on instruction in the Thompson chiropractic technique.
In spring of 1995, the chiropractic profession in Canada held its first national convention in Toronto. Appropriately dubbed Canada’s Chiropractic Centennial Convention, it marked 100 years since the first adjustment was administered to Harvey Lillard – a deaf custodian whose hearing, it is postulated, was restored by the treatment – by the founder of modern chiropractic, Daniel David Palmer.
August 9, Simcoe, ON – Well known chiropractor and researcher Dr. Don Murphy has recently published a paper titled Current understanding of the relationship between cervical manipulation and stroke: what does it mean for the chiropractic profession?
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