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.
A Canadian Great He abhorred physical contact, was terrified of germs, hated airplanes and live audiences and shunned sunlight. He wore heavy sweaters, scarves, gloves and overcoats even in the hottest weather and crouched below the keyboard precisely fourteen inches from the floor on a chair his father built, refusing to use any other his entire life. He preferred the obscure 17th century English composer Orlando Gibbons to Mozart and was famously known for cancelling performances at the last minute when he was the featured soloist. Genius, eccentric, hypochondriac, recluse, visionary, Glenn Gould was one of the greatest piano virtuosos of the 20th century and a uniquely Canadian cultural icon. His radical reinterpretation of classical works shocked and captivated the world and his exploration of distinctly Canadian themes enthralled a nation.
An interview with kayaker Richard Dober, DC They’re both about determination and the will to be better than yourself,” says 27-year-old chiropractor and Olympic kayak athlete, Richard Dober Jr., when asked how high-end sports competition relates to being a DC.
A chiropractor’s life in a nutshell The Ironman triathlon has been described as perhaps the most gruelling and challenging endurance exercise event in the world. It consists of a 2.4-mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile marathon run. Each individual faces extreme challenges in training for, and completing, this demanding experience. To become an official “Ironman” and receive an official time, each competitor must cross the finish line in a maximum of 17 hours. But, why would anybody want to become an Ironman?
September 29, Toronto – On September 27, the OCA held a powerful and informative Pathways to Practice 2008 at the InterContinental Toronto Centre. The theme of the day centered around encouraging chiropractors to reach out to their communities through events, and/or education and advocacy initiatives, to increase the profile of chiropractors as members of the health-care community. 
In a chiropractic clinic, the Chiropractic Health Assistant (CHA) is the person who possesses a unique blend of skill sets and personality. The CHA role is a range from assistant to teacher, to patient coach, to advocate.
Little miracles happen every day in practice – and they go on by, whisked away into history to be lost forever. How many of you see this in practice, followed by a moment of desire to share these miracles with the rest of the world?”
Dr. Donald Viggiani of Toronto has been in practice for 52 years, served on many college, provincial and international boards. He still practices 5 days a week and all his patients feel very privileged to be under his care.
September 5, 2008 - Comfort Motion Technology, a client of Flagship Enterprise Center, has received its first patent for its Multi-position software for improving comfort in power car seats.
Read about the work of chiropractors from around the world – graduates of both CMCC and UQTR who are working in various countries.
I think it is customary to start such a report by telling you who I am.
I feel like I’m telling a story that I read about,” Paul Attalla muses when asked to look back at his participation in the Atlantic Rowing Race 2007. “I don’t feel like I’ve actually done it.”
When I was in high school, a family trip brought me to Italy for summer vacation. The experience made me feel that I wanted to return, one day, and do something important here. When I began training to be a chiropractor, I knew that was the gift that I was supposed to bring to this country.
Could you imagine selling your practice as well as most of your belongings? Could you imagine packing up your family into your van, to leave on an adventure with only a vague destination in mind? Beginning in January 1997, my wife, our six children – aged three to 12 – and I, drove from our home in Quebec, to the bottom of South America and, eventually, back home. In total, our adventure spanned a period of three years.

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