Canadian Chiropractor welcomes our newest columnist, Dr. Angelo Santin, who will be sharing practice management and growth tips for DCs.
Canada has often been criticized for not having an enforced policy for persons with disabilities. This is one area in which we are behind our American neighbours, who passed the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990.
In 2011, the profession in Canada has known many high moments. Months, and in most cases, years, of effort have seen the fruition of a number of projects that serve to make chiropractic accessible to more people – here and around the globe – and make it possible for DCs to work in an increasingly safe and effective manner.
In 2011, India is recognized as one of the fastest growing economies in Asia, and stands as the world’s largest democracy.
If one tries to form a snapshot of the profession of chiropractic, here in Canada and around the world, one quickly discovers it is a difficult proposition.
The profession of chiropractic finds itself in interesting times amongstthe flurry of health-care reform. Collectively, the profession’s members (and patients, for that matter) know that it holds the answers to some, and perhaps many, questions that plague our health-care system and general well-being.
Sept. 27, 2010 – Dr. Ogi Ressel has had the largest pediatric and family chiropractic practice in Canada. He was one of the original DC’s to use the “open concept” in his office. Known for his ability to elicit phenomenal results in the spines of children, he now teaches other chiropractors how to be amazing as well.
Is it spring already?? 2010 got off to a roaring start and it’s been so exciting to receive weekly updates from my clients whose offices are bursting at the seams in service and love! It’s the most amazing time to be a chiropractor!
On the morning of Day 4, we awoke to clear skies and saw that our camp was in the shadow of the cinder cone that now loomed 6,000 feet directly above us.
I recently attended the annual Parker Seminars Las Vegas event.
“I’ve spent a lot of time working for and in the profession and I’m concerned about it. We have so many positives: we have a dedicated profession, we really get health and we get the whole concept that health comes from the inside out, not from the outside in. We understand health and wellness versus the crisis care,” says Dr. David Peterson, of Calgary Alberta.
Dec. 2, New York, NY - Peter Morgan, DC, founder of Mission-Chiropractic, is gathering chiropractors to help on Mission-Chiropractic’s mission trips to Haiti – Jan 2-5, 2010 – and the Dominican Republic – Jan 6-10, 2010.
"OK, so then, we start, OK?” said our African guide, Richard. The moon was full at midnight on October 3, 2009. I had slept for only three tumultuous hours that night, but I was ready to complete my journey to the top of Africa.
“I’ve spent a lot of time working for and in the profession and I’m concerned about it. We have so many positives: we have a dedicated profession, we really get health and we get the whole concept that health comes from the inside out, not from the outside in.
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The National Chiropractic Conference
August 22-25, 2019
CMCC 15th annual BackSwing '19
September 12, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
November 8-9, 2019
Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Eastern Conference
November 9-10, 2019
2020 San Diego Pain Summit
February 11-16, 2020