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September 15, 2015
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VIDEO: Blogging for business

Navigating the world of online marketing, health-care practitioners and clinic owners need practical tips and insights on how to use blogs as a marketing strategy to enhance patient base and increase credibility. Online marketing expert Andrei Petrik showed how blogging need not be as complicated, time consuming and brain draining as one might think. >> Read full article

Canadian workers love their jobs: survey

One in three Canadian workers say that they love their jobs. According to a new survey from CareerBuilder Canada, 41 per cent of Canadian workers say they like their jobs and 34 per cent go so far as to say they love them. Only one in five workers feel mediocre about their jobs, and a mere four per cent actively dislike or hate their jobs. >> Read full article

Do you work with or know an exceptional chiropractor?

The search for 2015 Canadian Chiropractor Inspire Awards is on. We are looking for outstanding doctors of chiropractic who are making a difference in the health and wellness of their community and serving as an inspiration to others. Nominate a deserving chiropractor in your community. >> Read full article

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New technologies can help short circuit chronic pain

Many chronic pain sufferers fail to get relief from pills, shots and even surgery, while others temporarily trade the pain for side effects such as drowsiness or digestive problems. Unfortunately, too many become addicted to medications while trying to relieve their pain. As part of a comprehensive treatment plan, a variety of technologies offer new hope to people living with chronic pain. >> Learn More…

 
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Massage Therapy Canada Business Forum

Sept. 12-13, 2015
Location: McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Road South, Hamilton, ON >> More Info