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Fall activities that can cause back pain - CCA

Fall activities that can cause back pain

Just as the leaves change during the fall season, so do our activities and household chores. Whether you are hauling big pumpkins in and out of your car for Halloween carving or raking the leaves in your yard – it is important to be mindful of your back during the excitement and hard work you

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Canada’s chiropractors encourage you to think about ‘Your Back at Work’ for World Spine Day! - CCA

Canada’s chiropractors encourage you to think about ‘Your Back at Work’ for World Spine Day!

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Oct 14, 2015 Category: Back Care Tips, Blog

We spend a lot of time in the same position: sitting. Whether working at your desk or simply watching TV, sitting in the same position for long periods of time can cause lower back pain and other musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. The key to avoid this is to stay active and get out of your chair

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Transforming Canada’s healthcare - CCA

Transforming Canada’s healthcare

Today, Canadians expect more from their healthcare team than ever before. They are now more informed, more engaged and many expect to be part of their shared-care. Yet, depending on where you live, your work or even certain personal characteristics, you may have less access to important care. Our healthcare system was meant to be

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MSK health matters everyday - CCA

MSK health matters everyday

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Sep 30, 2015 Category: Back Care Tips, Blog

The MSK system supports everything we do – literally! It provides form, support, stability and movement to our body and plays an important role in managing other chronic conditions, like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, through physical activity. That being said, when your MSK system is injured or in pain, your ability to work and play

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Keeping a healthy spine at school and work - CCA

Keeping a healthy spine at school and work

School is just around the corner! During the summer, it is normally much easier to stay active with weekend getaways and weekly summer outdoor activities. As we shift into a busier fall season, people may neglect their health for the sake of productivity – whether it’s sitting at your desk at school or at work,

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