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A chiropractor can change your pain to build a healthier you - CCA

A chiropractor can change your pain to build a healthier you

When you’ve got a lot on the go, personal goals can get lost in the shuffle. Between work, kids, commuting, cooking, and housework, it can be hard to find the time for your personal health and fitness. Chiropractors can be part of the solution to building a healthier you. You may be surprised at the

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How chiropractic care can help frequent headaches - CCA

How chiropractic care can help frequent headaches

Headaches are very common among Canadians and can be very complex to diagnose. For some, they can seemingly strike at any time. There are many types of headaches including tension-type, cervicogenic, migraines, and cluster headaches. One of the most common types is tension-type headaches. In fact, nearly 90 percent of women and about 70 percent

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5 Ways Exercise Can Help Your Chiropractic Treatment - CCA

5 Ways Exercise Can Help Your Chiropractic Treatment

When you visit your chiropractor, do you ever think of the full array of skills and knowledge your chiropractor can offer? Chiropractors are extensively trained in the assessment, diagnosis, prevention, and management of MSK conditions. To help relieve pain and dysfunction, joint manipulation is only one of many tools chiropractors are trained to perform effectively

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4 Ways Your Feet May Be Hurting Your Back - CCA

4 Ways Your Feet May Be Hurting Your Back

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Sep 14, 2016 Category: Blog, Low Back Pain

Our body is a complex and fascinating structure of connected and largely interdependent parts. In a past blog, we discussed how your feet can contribute to back pain and other musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. The altered gait and biomechanics can create additional stress on joints, muscles, bones, and the nervous system, putting you at risk of

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Understanding Osteoarthritis: Learn more about the risks - CCA

Understanding Osteoarthritis: Learn more about the risks

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. In fact, it is a growing epidemic in Canada which is only expected to rise as the population ages. Osteoarthritis is described as the “degeneration of joint cartilage and underlying bone” often resulting in pain and stiffness. Even though osteoarthritis can affect any joint in the body,

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