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Keys to building a successful multidiscipline practice

Putting together a multidisciplinary/wellness centre could be the best decision you ever make – or not. If you fail to examine and discern your motives behind wanting to start something big, if you are not perfectly frank with yourself about who you are and what you really need in life, living by the ‘go big or go home’ mantra will not protect you from the very harsh realities of failure.

Watching hockey game can be heartbreaking, literally: study

With hockey season now underway, here's something for fans to take to heart: a new study suggests the excitement of watching one's favourite team, either live or on TV, can have a profound effect on the cardiovascular system, in some cases even doubling the heart rate.

Alberta announces more detox beds, expanded treatment options for opioid addicts

The Alberta government says it is opening more detox beds and adding new treatment programs to help people addicted to opioids such as fentanyl.

New Brunswick eyes pilot project on managing aging population

The premier of New Brunswick says his province is ideally suited for a pilot project on how to manage an aging population.
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Brain practice: Chiropractic’s role in managing brain injuries

Most people know Dr. Ted Carrick as the chiropractic neurologist who helped Canadian hockey star Sidney Crosby get back on the ice after suffering severe post-concussion syndrome. What some may not realize, however, is that Carrick’s work and the successes he’s had on patients with brain disorders date back decades before Crosby even walked into his clinic. Canadian Chiropractor caught up with Carrick in San Francisco, where he addressed more than 2,000 attendees of The Wave conference hosted by Life Chiropractic College West. » Read more...