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Chiropractic Patient Education
In cooperation with the Canada Chiropractic Association and Manitoba Chiropractic Association , we would encourage our patients to visit the following links to educational programs that have been specifically designed to support individuals
achieve wellness during  every stage of life!
 

More and more of us are becoming slouch potatoes! Offered in countries around the world, this program is a simple, effective, three-minute exercise program for all ages. It will help strengthen your spine and improve your posture, giving you the ability to handle what life throws at you.

Straighten Up Manitoba will help you improve your posture, stabilize core muscle groups, enhance your health and prevent problems with your spine. You can complete the exercises when you have three free minutes anytime during your day.

 

 

Chiropractors are well trained to help you enhance your health and wellness by taking preventive measures to avoid injuries and by providing nutritional and lifestyle counselling and prescribing therapeutic exercises. Click on this link for Back Facts tip sheets.

 
It is important to know what kinds of stress place additional load on your low back, and how you can use good lifting and carrying
techniques to reduce the chance of injury.

This booklet has been prepared to help you understand how the
back works, to provide tips on what you can do to avoid injury and
to show you how to care for your back during recovery.

 

Did you know that one in every three Canadians over age 65 will fall at least once in a year?

Best Foot Forward is a new public education program developed by the CCA to address the issue of debilitating falls among older Canadians. It's a grass roots public education program that has the best qualified health professionals in Canada behind it - Canadian chiropractors!

 

Fit-in 15 is designed to give you simple choices that will put you on the path to fitting fitness activities into your lifestyle. Build your own 15 minutes of activity from the three categories below that allow you to focus on different aspects of fitness and try new things. After all - it’s your 15 minutes!

 

 

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