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Archive for December, 2014

Welcome 2015! - CCA

Welcome 2015!

December 31, 2014

  Are you making a New Year’s Resolution this year? A holiday trend that seems to be gathering steam in recent years is the New Year’s Non-Resolution. The idea behind it is not to set out to change behaviours but rather to keep doing exactly what you are doing – but more often! The catch

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Happy Holidays from Canada’s Chiropractors! - CCA

Happy Holidays from Canada’s Chiropractors!

December 24, 2014

  It’s the time of year for family and friends, food and good cheer. However, for a lot of people, the season can be hectic, stressful and exhausting. Your to-do list may be long, and you may feel anxious about completing it in time. But, are you taking care of yourself while you hurtle around

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How Chiropractic Contributes to Healthcare Sustainability - CCA

How Chiropractic Contributes to Healthcare Sustainability

December 17, 2014

Most Canadians would probably agree that if there was one thing we, as a nation, truly value, it is our universal healthcare system. We take pride in living in a country that ensures all residents have reasonable access to primary care. But, is our healthcare really free? Unfortunately, it is not. In fact, health benefits

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The Challenge of Patient-Led Chiropractic Care - CCA

The Challenge of Patient-Led Chiropractic Care

December 10, 2014

In 2011, the Province of Manitoba and Mount Carmel Clinic established a chiropractic clinic to assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries and conditions among the residents of Point Douglas in Winnipeg’s North End. For a variety of reasons, including low socioeconomic status, many of the residents typically face barriers to accessing healthcare. In accordance

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Chiropractic Collaboration at Mount Carmel Clinic: Interprofessional Healthcare Access for Inner-City Residents - CCA

Chiropractic Collaboration at Mount Carmel Clinic: Interprofessional Healthcare Access for Inner-City Residents

December 03, 2014

Mount Carmel Clinic, located in the Point Douglas community in Winnipeg’s North End, stands as a leading example of an effective interprofessional healthcare delivery model that serves a diverse, multicultural population which, due to socioeconomic circumstances, typically experiences barriers to care. Originally established in 1926 to treat Eastern European and Jewish immigrants settling in Point

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