What your CHAs really need from you
Sarnia chiropractor Dr. Kevin Matheson recently became a certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner and believes he's the first in Ontario.
Backing Canada’s athletes at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games.
2007 has been a busy year for chiropractors. Whether in private practice, education, a multidisciplinary clinic, research or policy, chiropractors across Canada have shown that the profession knows no limits and that its time has come to tackle all the modern demands of health care in Canada and around the world!
Building a high-yield corporate wellness clinic.
Does chiropractic have a role in the Canadian military system?
A prairie woman of strong convictions: Dr. Almeda Haldeman.
Athletic excellence is demanded by triathlon in a punishing combination of three sports.
In this issue, readers will find encouragement to get involved at the grassroots level, both in the local political process and by volunteering with amateur athletes.
Standing up with the other health-care professions to address HIV/AIDS.
Nursing staff and medical doctors avail themselves of chiropractic at Gillam Hospital
Nowhere are chiropractors greeted with such wild enthusiasm as at Toronto’s Evergreen Centre for Street Youth where the kids are exuberantly vocal about chiropractic’s tangible benefits.
An interview with Canadian Chiropractor magazine’s 2006 Independent Chiropractor of the Year, Dr. Peter Amlinger.
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Shockwave Therapy Workshop
June 15, 2019
Interprofessional Collaborative Spine Conference
November 8-9, 2019
Brain Injury Canada Conference
April 30-1, 2020