Leadership
During National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) in October, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) will build on its ongoing efforts to raise awareness of the value of a conservative approach to pain management in the face of the U.S. opioid epidemic with the theme and hashtag #Chiropractic1st.
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) congratulates its colleagues and staff at St. Michael's Hospital's Academic Family Health Team for recognition by the World Health Organization for ongoing work enhancing primary care delivery in Toronto's inner-city community, at an event at the World Health Assembly, held May 27 in Geneva, Switzerland.
For the last 20 years Canadian Chiropractor magazine has been covering and reporting on developments in and around the Canadian chiropractic community. And there have been many to report on as the chiropractic profession witnessed and became part of the continuously changing dynamics of health care.
The best way to explain how a bagpipe-playing DC from Oakville, Ont., became one of Canada’s most inspiring chiropractors is to tell the story of 11-year-old Jayden Elphage.
This time of year always gets me reflecting on things that went well and some that I’d like to forget.  
Arlington, Va. – The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has welcomed the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) draft Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain, commending the agency for recommending the use of conservative forms of pain management as an initial treatment option.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. – Advancing the chiropractic profession through excellence in patient care has been the underlying theme at the recent chiropractic national convention hosted by the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA).
There is a lot of buzz lately within the profession in regards to becoming spinal care experts and increasing the utilization of chiropractic. I am a huge fan of more people using chiropractic care as a lifestyle choice. Most of the talk, however, is focused strictly on back pain. I believe we would be doing patients a disservice if all we did for them was to fix their back pain.
You may know Pat Simmons as the top-flight curler who helped Team Canada win the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier, the annual Canadian men’s championship. But he’s not only an elite athlete. He’s also a successful chiropractor.
Setting up a practice in a foreign country thousands of miles away from home may seem overwhelming, even unappealing, to many chiropractors, but the few who have made the move are finding unparalleled professional and personal fulfillment.
I have just finished watching a very enlightening YouTube video of Dr. Scott Haldeman’s McAndrews Leadership Lecture at the American Chiropractic Association’s National Chiropractic Leadership Conference, which was held last February in Washington, D.C.
Attracting new patients is always a hot topic in the world of chiropractic. Many think that by satisfying the unquenchable thirst for new patients, all will be well. This mindset can be detrimental to the sustainable growth of your practice.  
Did you ever consider the number one reason companies hire someone is because they are in need of their services? Conversely, the number one reason people are laid off is because the company doesn’t need their services any longer.  

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