Our latest spring edition of Contact Magazine is out now!

Our latest spring edition of Contact Magazine is out now!

We are delighted to share with you the Spring edition of Contact Magazine where you can read about the latest updates from the BCA and the wider chiropractic community. With this edition we are also celebrating Chiropractic Awareness Week 2021 (CAW21) and present the findings of our research commissioned with OnePoll to mark CAW21, investigating […]

Chiropractic Awareness Week 2021: Member Toolkit

Chiropractic Awareness Week 2021: Member Toolkit

Help us raise the profile of chiropractic treatment during this year’s Chiropractic Awareness Week – 12th to 18th April! Lockdown has brought challenges to all our lives. There has been significant changes to the population’s lifestyle and day-to-day routines, whether that’s our approach to fitness, changes to our work routines, or not being able to […]

Manual for Movement: Chiropractic Awareness Week 2021

New BCA research for Chiropractic Awareness Week (CAW) 2021 reveals that 52% of the British public are planning to use digital fitness solutions, such as virtual personal trainers and home workout videos, to stay fit and healthy as lockdown restrictions lift. A survey of 5000 people, commissioned by the BCA, found that COVID-19 has created […]

Chiropractic Awareness Week 9th - 15th KEEP MOVING

Chiropractic Awareness Week 9th – 15th KEEP MOVING

Chiropractic Awareness Week 9th – 15th April is here. The BCA will be handling a nationwide central PR campaign but, additionally, has created a set of bespoke member materials. This BCA member toolkit is below (infographics added) Toolkit Overview MEMBER TOOLKIT OVERVIEW – DOWNLOAD AND READ FIRST  Includes a useful guide to getting the most […]

State of the nation’s back health revealed

State of the nation’s back health revealed

The British Chiropractic Association maps Brit’s back and neck pain New consumer research from the British Chiropractic Association launched to mark Chiropractic Awareness Week has found significant differences in the number of people experiencing back or neck pain across Britain, with rates between regions varying by more than 17%. The research revealed that people in […]