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Ontario health spending not keeping pace with aging population: FAO

A growing and aging population is adding pressure to Ontario's health-care system and spending isn't keeping up – a situation that could result in compromised quality of care if left unaddressed, the province's fiscal watchdog has warned.

Portable imaging system to help identify concussions using brain activity

Researchers at the University of Calgary say they have developed a portable brain-imaging system that would literally shed light on concussions.

Biopsychosocial aspect of pain

The biopsychosocial model proposes examining patients from a lens that incorporates the biological (physical or chemical alterations) and psychological (mental health and personal factors), in the context of the social determinants of health for each individual. The purpose of this commentary was to summarize the BPS model and provide the authors’ recommendations for integrating it into chiropractic education and practice.

Opinion: Tough love

The longer I practice, the harder it is to give business practice advice because what works for one person doesn’t work for another. Additionally, very few people will discard their old failing ways in exchange for what you recommend for improvement. So, it is about time that I administer some tough love and tell you the truth about why chiropractors struggle in practice.
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Building a legacy: Three decades of wisdom on practice and professionalism

Dr. Ken W. Dick established Britannia Chiropractor Clinic in Ottawa more than three decades ago. He since went on to build a successful practice and professional career. His recently published book, Healing Satori, is a culmination of the most important principles he has learned about patient care and helping them achieve optimal health. The Ottawa chiropractor recently shared with Canadian Chiropractor some of the most important lessons he has learned throughout more than 30 years of clinical practice and management. » Read more...

Torque Release Technique Seminar

May 5, 2018
Location: Hotel Blu, 177 Robson Street, Vancouver B.C.
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McGill 2 Master level assessment course: Converging on a Precise Diagnosis

June 2-3, 2018
Location: Taboo Muskoka, 1209 Muskoka Beach Road, Gravenhurst, Ontario
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