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Achieving Whole Health - CCA

Achieving Whole Health

Our mission at the Canadian Chiropractic Association is to motivate all Canadians to include a chiropractor as an integral part of their healthcare teams. The notion of a “team” may seem like a departure from the traditional healthcare model, but given the great examples of collaborative care that already exist, it’s more of an evolution

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The Patient Journey - CCA

The Patient Journey

Back pain is a reality that most of us have or will have to deal with at some point in our lives. The causes of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are varied and not entirely understood – they could be related to genetics, mechanical issues, and lifestyle choices, just to name a few. People from every walk

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Contributing to a Healthy Canadian Workforce: Appropriate Care for MSK Conditions - CCA

Contributing to a Healthy Canadian Workforce: Appropriate Care for MSK Conditions

  We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: low back pain (LBP) is at epidemic levels in Canada. Over 80% of Canadians can expect to suffer an episode of LBP in their lifetime, and it is a leading cause of disability and prolonged work absences.1 Chronic and recurrent low back pain is also responsible

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Do You Have Your Workers’ Backs? An Employer’s Guide to Chiropractic Care - CCA

Do You Have Your Workers’ Backs? An Employer’s Guide to Chiropractic Care

Musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries and disorders can be devastating for Canadian workers and their families, taking a heavy toll on their health and well-being. Lost time and productivity at work, and even early retirement, carries financial implications that also extend to employers and their businesses. In fact, work-related MSK injuries and disorders cost Canadian employers billions

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How chiropractors can help workplace injuries - CCA

How chiropractors can help workplace injuries

It seems like every day a new article is published highlighting the risks to our health associated with sitting. This can be problematic considering that a large number of Canadians’ work involves countless hours sitting in front of a computer screen. Sitting for extended periods of time may increase pressure on the spinal discs that

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