CAAVIC Award Nominations

Recognise the achievement and contribution of members of our profession by nominating a CAAVIC Chiropractor of the Year and/or Chiropractic Service Award.

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Career Speed Dating - May 13th 2017

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Paracetamol ineffective for back pain – and may pose danger

More than three million Australians face serious health risks if they try to use Paracetamol painkillers for back pain, according to a new research paper.

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‘Text Neck’– new evidence on how tech is ruining posture

Smartphone users looking down at their device spend an average of 700 to 1400 hours each year, with their posture resulting in 27 kg of force on their neck, according to new research from the USA.

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Chiros offer relief for billion dollar headache

More than 80% of Victorians are estimated to experience headaches, but many do not realise that the most effective treatment is often chiropractic care.

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Entertainment Book Available

The brand new 2017-2018 edition of the Entertainment Book is available now and contains hundreds of valuable 25% off, 50% off and two-for-one offers from Melbourne's best restaurants, attractions, cinemas, sports, hotel accommodation and much more.

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New study: hands-on treatment best for back pain

Hands-on chiropractic care is significantly more effective in the weeks immediately after incurring a back injury than usual medical care, according to a new US study.

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New study shows hands-on care can beat headaches

Millions of Australians could alleviate tension headaches through chiropractic care, in the light of new research showing the effectiveness of manual therapy in treating headaches.

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iPad hunch causing serious problems for children

Chiropractors are seeing an increasing number of children with serious back pain arising from hunching over mobile electronic devices such as iPads and hand held computer games.

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Chiro care helps 88% of slipped disc patients – research

New research has provided further confirmation of the effectiveness of chiropractic health care in treating low back pain.

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