Leadership
Sept. 10, 2009 – Dr. Allen Turner is from Stouffville, Ontario and has one of the top five practices in Canada.  He is a pioneer in the correction of learning disabilities who is now doing non-surgical spinal decompression and achieving amazing results with disc problems.
Aug. 27, 2009, Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA) announces its 2009 professional development day, Pathways to Practice, to be held on September 26, 2009 at the InterContinental Toronto Centre.
I am pleased to have this occasion to share, with you, my thoughts on an important and historic announcement that I had the privilege to make at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) on June 5, 2009.
At this period in time, our leaders are faced with challenges that are, on some levels, eternal but, at the same time, are stark identifiers of our era. Most astonishing is the sheer number and magnitude of issues that all leaders
As chiropractors, we need to build and maintain our practices. We are also aware of the value of giving back to our communities.
When I was 13 years old, my father was flat on his back; he hadn’t moved for three weeks.” Says Dr. Allan Oolo Austin.  Within ten minutes of the chiropractor’s house call, he was up, walking around and feeling better.  I was in awe of this miraculous treatment.
Feb. 26, Vancouver, BC – Chiropractor Dr. Paul Bishop has been appointed, by the International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), to act as the new research professor in Non-Operative Spine Care at Vancouver General Hospital and the University of British Columbia.  Bishop plans to focus his research on advancing the use evidence-based non-surgical spine treatments in centers across Canada.
Air-rescue pilots, who travel in and out of Alberta’s wide-open skies, want to know whether the actions performed by personnel in emergency planes and helicopters, while attempting to rescue individuals after a typical storm in central Alberta, are worth the risks involved.
Dr. Leo Rosenberg has long been a passionate advocate for chiropractic.  Having graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 1961, he currently practices in the west end of Toronto with his two sons, who are also chiropractors.
Dr. Leo Rosenberg has long been a passionate advocate for chiropractic.  Having graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 1961, he currently practices in the west end of Toronto with his two sons, who are also chiropractors.
It doesn’t necessarily follow once the end is reached that the means to achieve that goal have to end. Pat Maddalana’s busy, but fulfilling, life is testament to that. When the 30-year-old Welland native is not treating patients at his chiropractic clinic and a comprehensive wellness centre in St. Catharines, he’s usually in the air flying to his next game as a member of the New York Titans of the National Lacrosse League.
Dr. Mike Reid Dr. Roger Turner speaks with Dr. Mike Reid, CEO and Head Coach of Chiropractic Masters, about Dr. Reid's discovery of chiropractic; how he, himself, became a member of this profession; and how he further established himself as a prominent Canadian chiropractic coach.
Dr. Mike Reid Dr. Roger Turner, DC speaks with Dr. Mike Reid, CEO and Head Coach of Chiropractic Masters, about Dr. Reid's discovery of chiropractic; how he, himself, became a member of this profession; and how he further established himself as a prominent Canadian chiropractic coach.
Nov.28, Vancouver - The British Columbia Chiropractic Association (BCCA) will be airing its television program, titled "Second Opinions:Chiropractic Looks at Health Care", throughout December on KVOS-TV.

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