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An MSK strategy for Canada - CCA

An MSK strategy for Canada

Generally, Canadians are proud of our healthcare system and grateful that we can access it when we need it. But for some, accessing the care they need continues to be a struggle. This is particularly true for Canadians who suffer from musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions, including back and neck pain. It can be very difficult to

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MSK health matters - CCA

MSK health matters

If you follow us on Twitter, you already know that an estimated 11 million Canadians over the age of 12 suffer from musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions each year. Even more surprising however, is how much that number is expected to increase as the population ages. By 2031, over 15 million Canadians are likely to experience MSK

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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 chiropractic contributes to healthcare sustainability - CCA

How chiropractic contributes to healthcare sustainability

Most Canadians would probably agree that if there was one thing we, as a nation, truly value, it is our universal healthcare system. We take pride in living in a country that ensures all residents have reasonable access to primary care. But, is our healthcare really free? Unfortunately, it is not. In fact, health benefits

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When Healthcare Professionals Collaborate: A Look at MDs and DCs Working Side by Side - CCA

When Healthcare Professionals Collaborate: A Look at MDs and DCs Working Side by Side

Healthcare has evolved greatly from being primarily an agglomeration of solo practitioners to now embracing the importance of collaboration and team-based care. Evidence suggests that interprofessional collaboration in primary care can significantly improve health outcomes, as well as patient and practitioner satisfaction while decreasing overall costs. Notably, in this age of information and technological advancement,

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