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Vibration technology offers alternative to MRI

Magnetic resonance image isn't everything. A new University of Alberta study shows that vibrating the spine may reveal more when it comes to treating back pain. >> Read full article

Patient-focused chronic disease research networks to get federal funding

The federal government is providing $62.25 million to support five research networks that are exploring the issue of chronic disease. >> Read full article

5 proven ways to increase social media engagement

Social media has the potential of creating a huge following for an individual or organization, creating great potential for business. So what can a business do to get more traction out of their social media activities? Try out these five proven ideas. >> Read full article

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Aging diminishes spinal cord regeneration after injury: study

Aging diminishes spinal cord regeneration after injury: study

Older people are increasingly active, and this lifestyle shift has contributed to the rise in average age of a person experiencing a spinal cord injury. The changing demographic calls for a better understanding of how aging impacts recovery and repair after a spinal cord injury. Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and University of British Columbia (UBC) have now determined that, in mice, age diminishes the ability to regenerate axons, the brain's communication wires in the spinal cord. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Botswana Spine Care Conference - Putting Evidence Based Care Into Practice

April 21-22, 2016
Location: Cresta Hotel, Mahalapye, Botswana >> More Info

There's no such thing as 'non-specific back pain'

May 3 2016
Webinar: 01:30pm - 02:30pm >> More Info

Torque Release Technique Seminar

May 14-15, 2016
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia >> More Info

Graston Technique M1 Basic Training

June 4-5, 2016
Location: Calgary, AB-Courtyard by Marriott Calgary South >> More Info