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Innovative Delivery of Healthcare: The Future of Chiropractic Treatment in Canada

Veteran Spotlight | A Look into Polytrauma - CCA

Veteran Spotlight | A Look into Polytrauma

A 73-year-old Canadian Armed Forces Veteran walked into his chiropractor’s office with low back pain and chronic pain in his left knee and hip and his right shoulder. He developed these from long hours spent in a military helicopter. Just like this patient’s story, musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries among military personnel are very common. It is

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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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What would better MSK health mean for Canadians? - CCA

What would better MSK health mean for Canadians?

There is no denying the tremendous burden of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions on the lives of Canadians. A staggering 11 million Canadians suffer from at least one MSK condition every year1. Beyond the impact on the health and wellbeing of Canadians, MSK conditions are a major health issue that have a profound impact on Canada’s economic

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Patients as Partners in Healthcare - CCA

Patients as Partners in Healthcare

We rarely think of the role we want to play in our own healthcare until we find ourselves injured or in crisis – when in fact, we have a critical role to play as a partner in healthcare1. It can be particularly challenging when tasked with such a responsibility as you try to navigate the

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Transforming Canada’s Healthcare - CCA

Transforming Canada’s Healthcare

Today, Canadians expect more from their healthcare team than ever before. They are now more informed, more engaged and many expect to be part of their shared-care. Yet, depending on where you live, your work or even certain personal characteristics, you may have less access to important care. Our healthcare system was meant to be

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