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10 chiropractor-approved New Year’s Resolutions - CCA

10 chiropractor-approved New Year’s Resolutions

Do you have New Year’s resolutions? If you have goals to stay healthy and happy in 2019, we’re here to help with 10 chiropractor-approved resolutions to help you stay on track: Get A Good Night’s Sleep: Sleep is important to overall health. Both body and mind rest and refresh while you sleep. If you have difficulty

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How the Cold Weather Can Have an Impact on Your Muscles and Tendons - CCA

How the Cold Weather Can Have an Impact on Your Muscles and Tendons

You may find that as the weather gets colder, you may experience more aches and pains, and even feel like your muscles are stiffer. This is even more evident for workers who work outside in the winter, or individuals with certain ailments. The cold weather can increase the risk of suffering from MSK injuries and

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9 tips to stay active during the winter months - CCA

9 tips to stay active during the winter months

When it gets cold outside, we tend to spend more time indoors doing sedentary activities and it can be difficult to stay active. It’s helpful to plan ahead and set some time aside in your schedule a few days a week to make sure you’re getting the activity you need. To have health benefits from

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Get to know the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI)! - CCA

Get to know the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI)!

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Dec 19, 2018 Category: Blog

What is CCGI? The Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI) works to enhance the health of Canadians by fostering excellence in chiropractic care. Here are a few ways the initiative – made up of chiropractors and chiropractic researchers – work to meet this goal: Clinical Practice Guidelines: CCGI develops, adopts and disseminates guidelines for practitioners to

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Tips for fighting the winter blues - CCA

Tips for fighting the winter blues

When the days are getting shorter and the air outside is a lot colder, it’s tempting to stay indoors and do things that bring us comfort, like read books and watch movies. However, oftentimes our favourite winter activities leave us sedentary. When we are not as active as we are in the summer, it affects

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