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Motion is Lotion: 7 reasons to stay active! - CCA

Motion is Lotion: 7 reasons to stay active!

It’s never a bad time to keep the simple things in mind! Over the past 20 years, exercise has become an important aspect of health care. It’s no surprise that it’s important to stay active. From the perspective of your spine, muscle, and nervous system experts, here are a few important reasons for you to

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Neck pain: 3 ways chiropractic care can help! - CCA

Neck pain: 3 ways chiropractic care can help!

As students get back into their studying routine this back to school season, they may find that the increased time spent reading and doing computer work, in addition to higher levels of stress, may cause neck pain. Neck pain is a common problem with many possible causes. Poor posture, hunching over a computer, arthritis, whiplash,

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Back Pain: 3 ways chiropractors can help! - CCA

Back Pain: 3 ways chiropractors can help!

With the fall season upon us, it’s back to school—and back to work—for a majority of Canadians. With many students and workers sitting for much of the day, back pain might start setting in. Back pain is a problem that affects millions of Canadians. When your back hurts, many other things suffer too. Simple everyday

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5 tips for safe luggage use - CCA

5 tips for safe luggage use

With summer winding down, it’s a good time to be mindful of how we pack our backpacks as well as our luggage. As people start returning home from vacation, thinking about how we travel with luggage is important. We not only want to travel safe, we want to keep our backs in check too! Carrying

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4 things athletes can do to prevent injuries - CCA

4 things athletes can do to prevent injuries

With the summer winding down and fall sports programs opening up, it’s time to consider getting the most out of your athletic preparation, injury prevention, and treatment. Whether you’re new to a sport or are a seasoned athlete, here are four steps you can take to prevent injuries: Warm Up: More than 30% of injuries seen

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