World Spine Day 2021

World Spine Day 2021

On this year’s World Spine Day, the members of the BCA Communications Committee explain the most common misconceptions about back pain and debunk the most common myths surrounding the condition.    Myth: Back pain means damage or injury  In a lot of cases, back pain doesn’t mean damage or injury. We like to use the […]

Our latest Summer edition of Contact Magazine is out now!

Our latest Summer edition of Contact Magazine is out now!

We are delighted to share with you the digital Summer edition of Contact magazine where you can read in-depth information about the latest developments in your Association, as well as news and interviews from across the chiropractic community. In this edition, we are focusing on two major aspects of our work over the past few months, […]

The BCA’s top tips to for more comfortable camping

The BCA’s top tips to for more comfortable camping

According to a recent report[1], camping holidays are expected to replace many people’s international holidays this year, and it’s easy to understand why. Not only is camping in the UK great fun, it’s also an all-weather activity – whether 30-degree heat or 12 degrees, wet and miserable! Sleeping away from your normal mattress and on […]

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 have 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 […]

Support the understanding of patients outcomes measures

Support the understanding of patients outcomes measures

Are you interested in how patient outcome measures are used in clinical practice? And how they could improve patient care? Contributing to research and building a strong evidence-base is a central feature of the BCA. Now, the University of Southampton, AECC University College and the Royal College of Chiropractors are exploring how patient outcomes are […]

CARL launches second cohort

BCA Members support Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL) through their ECU membership (and subsequently the ECCRE) as part of the BCA subscription  What is the CARL program? The CARL Program (also referred to simply as ‘CARL’ hereafter) was established in 2016 to nurture and network promising research talent on the international stage. Providing a […]

Help needed for research project

Do you think that Chiropractic care can help patients who have, or who have had, cancer? Currently, many orthodox and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) clinicians are looking at integrated care packages for patients with cancer. Chiropractic is not in the forefront of this movement, yet this is a large patient population. Therefore, we are […]

Patient Outcome Measures Study; your help needed

Are you interested in how patient outcome measures are used in clinical practice? And how they could improve patient care? The University of Southampton is exploring how patient outcomes are used within clinical practice and their potential effects. We are hoping to improve the understanding of the role of PROMs in the treatment of back […]

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 […]