This year we honour Peter’s lifetime of service to the chiropractic profession, with special recognition of his completing his tenure as President of the RCC and being awarded the status of President Emeritus. BCA President, Catherine Quinn said: “Peter Dixon has remained an active and progression change-maker in the chiropractic profession throughout the past 36 […]
BACK ON TRACK THEME FOR 2020 WORLD SPINE DAY World Spine Day, October 16 each year, is a global day of action to highlight the burden of spinal pain and disability and promote optimum spinal health. The theme for this year’s World Spine Day (#worldspineday) is ‘Back on Track’ (#backontrack). The coronavirus pandemic has resulted […]
Back Care Awareness Week 5th – 9th October BCA President Catherine Quinn shares her thoughts, this Back Care Awareness Week “With life under lockdown continuing to evolve and many people now faced with working from home for the foreseeable future, Back Care Awareness Week (5-9 October) is an important time to check in with how […]
BCA Member Marc Sanders shares his advice for migraines “Living with regular migraines can be hugely debilitating and in the UK alone it is estimated that 6million people suffer with them. The symptoms associated with a migraine vary hugely, which can make them more challenging to diagnose – for one person a migraine could cause […]
When it comes to getting the kids ready to go back to school, it’s often a race against the clock to get school uniforms, stationery and books ready in time. But one other thing parents mustn’t forget to plan for is looking after their children’s backs. To better protect your child’s back for the new […]
New draft guidance from NICE, says that a number of commonly used drug treatments for chronic primary pain have little or no evidence that they work and shouldn’t be prescribed. The draft clinical guidelines published on 3 August 2020, looks at the assessment and management of chronic pain in over 16s. The guidance says that patients […]
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The Government has announced changes to quarantine rules from today: Health and care workers to self-isolate on return to England from high-risk countries Members can read our guidance on this in today’s FAQs, (featured in our In Touch email), which is in your inboxes now and on the Coronavirus Info Hub.