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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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#LoveYourSpine: Chiropractic Care and You - CCA

#LoveYourSpine: Chiropractic Care and You

Did you know that 1 in 5 Canadians experience moderate to severe chronic pain? Or that low back pain, headaches, knee pain, shoulder pain, and neck pain are a leading cause? If you are a Canadian experiencing pain, or you want to take preventative measures, we have the tool for you! World Spine Day World

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5 Things You Should Know About Concussions - CCA

5 Things You Should Know About Concussions

Author: CCA Staff Team Date: Oct 3, 2018 Category: Blog, Healthcare

Participating in sports is a great way to stay active and in some sports, a level of physical contact is required. However, this physical contact can sometimes result in injury. Although we hope that you are able to play safely, concussions are a common traumatic brain injury that can occur in high-contact sports. This injury

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2 Types of Arthritis: How They Impact You and What You Need to Know - CCA

2 Types of Arthritis: How They Impact You and What You Need to Know

Arthritis is one of the most common conditions affecting the joints worldwide.1 In Latin, arthro- means joint and –itis means inflammation, so together arthritis means inflammation of a joint. Two common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. While they might sound similar, they have very different causes and symptoms.   OSTEOARTHRITIS What is

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Why Chiropractic? - CCA

Why Chiropractic?

Chiropractic in Canada is becoming increasingly popular, both as a career choice and as an integral part of every Canadian’s healthcare team. Chiropractic utilization rates between 1980 and 2015 have increased in Canada from 10%-11.7% and 7.2% to 10.7% in the US.[1]. Enrolment in Chiropractic educational institutions has also been increasing and has resulted in

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