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Diagnostic imagery ordered by chiropractors, physios won’t be covered in Alberta


Scientists find link between genes and ability to exercise


Handheld 3D printers developed to treat musculoskeletal injuries

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Performance therapy for chiropractors: moving seamlessly from the sidelines to the clinic

The treatment of elite athletes has come a long way from the “ultrasound and ice mills” to elite teams of performance therapists integrating care to maximize performance and minimize injury under an unrelenting training schedule. While most day-to-day clinicians will never have access to professional, or Olympic calibre athletes, much can be gleaned from how these training programs work, and extrapolated to serve the weekend warrior or everyday patient. » Read more...

CMCC Backs in Motion

Date: April 26, 2020
Location: Toronto
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Brain Injury Canada Conference

Date: April 30-May 1, 2020
Location: Ottawa
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