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Hydration tips for hiking and outdoor activities - CCA

Hydration tips for hiking and outdoor activities

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Jun 29, 2016 Category: Blog

Canada has no shortage of beautiful hiking trails. Hiking is a type of activity that has a number of benefits to your physical and mental health, and is a great way to enjoy the outdoors. That being said, whether you are a beginner or an experienced hiker, you should make sure you are prepared for

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Stay strong—combatting muscle loss with aging - CCA

Stay strong—combatting muscle loss with aging

There is no doubt that, for many, our fathers have been a symbol of strength. But, the reality remains, that for many fathers aging may take its toll on their musculoskeletal (MSK) system. So, this year, how about treating your father with the gift of health? Talk about the importance of strength training and exercise

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Learn about your spinal health from a chiropractor - CCA

Learn about your spinal health from a chiropractor

Over 11 million Canadians suffer from back pain and other muscle, spine, and nervous conditions every year.1 The exact cause of back pain, or why some people may be at greater risk, continue to be hot topics of discussion among chiropractors and medical researchers alike. What we do know is that back pain and other

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From Head to Toe: How your feet may be affecting your back health - CCA

From Head to Toe: How your feet may be affecting your back health

When you think about your back pain, do you consider the health of your feet? Maybe not. Your feet serve as the foundation for your entire body as it moves. Dysfunction in your feet can manifest as pain in other areas of your body like your back. Did you know that studies have linked flat

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Beyond adjustments: how chiropractors can help in pediatric care - CCA

Beyond adjustments: how chiropractors can help in pediatric care

Chiropractors are a part of families’ healthcare teams across Canada, and they are of benefit to all members of the family. Naturally, many adults visit a chiropractor for a variety of conditions that they may develop due to aging, recreational and physical activities, and work. Yet, children and teens can also be at risk for

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