Headshot of a smiling Dr. Choe Trying to catch some zzzs? Make sure you’re in the right position
The Toronto Star

If you’re one of the many who’ve recently taken up face yoga, you may already know that some practitioners advise sleeping on your back.

Maybe, though, some positions are better than others, depending on who you are. We asked a couple of experts.

“I recommend a tailored solution, depending on your body and what conditions you may have,” says Toronto chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Eve Choe, a  co-owner of her namesake clinic. “While it’s true that, for the face and anti-aging, it’s best to sleep on the back so that gravity can help us, if you have sleep apnea or you’re pregnant or if you have something else, like neck issues, then sleeping on your side is best.”

“It’s better to be able to breathe than to prevent wrinkles, obviously,” says Choe, referring to the issue of sleep apnea—a far more serious problem than snoring.

June 14, 2021
Dr. Stephen Gray demonstrates how to safely bend over. Save your back while tending to your garden with these tips
Global News - The Morning Show

Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Stephen Gray shares tips to save your back while tending to your garden this season and minimize back injuries.

June 9, 2021
A headshot portrait of a smiling Dr. Deutsch How to prevent injuries from Peloton and other indoor cycling programs
TRNTO

Ever wonder if there are negatives associated with the growing Peloton and at-home cycling revolution?

Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Sender Deutsch says “there are lots of positives, but the problem with being hooked on indoor cycling is that most of us already sit and stare at a screen way too much throughout the day. Thus, this has led to an increase of patients that are seeing repetitive stress injuries such as neck and low back pain.”

To prevent potential injuries associated with indoor cycling, add more variety to your workouts. Stand more throughout the day. Add some resistance training. Take 10 minutes to stretch daily and foam roll your back and quadricep muscles. Include weight training and strengthen your posterior chain, back, and hamstring muscles. Skip rope. The next time you go for a walk, add some lunges.

June 2, 2021
Dr. Irvine standing outdoors explaining why to stretch 4 wrist exercises you should repeat once a week
Cityline

Do repetitive movements have your muscles stressed out? Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Stacy Irvine joins Cityline TV to demonstrate some wrist exercises that can help.

June 1, 2021
Portrait style image of chiropractor Dr. Lisser smiling If you feel like the pandemic has you clenching your teeth more you’re not alone
The Peterborough Examiner

Several dentists and massage therapists have told me that bruxism – grinding and/or clenching teeth – is on the rise. Is it really becoming more common? Or are we just hearing more about it? And, either way, is there anything we can do about it?

To find out, I went to chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Sidney Lisser, lead clinician at Toronto’s Jaw and Facial Pain Centre.

“So, up until this morning, I would have said that there’s definitely an uptick in people talking about it,” said Lisser. “But when I walked in this morning and saw 20 new patient referrals over a three-day weekend, well, it’s clear that more people are seeking treatment. I’m booking new patients in late July.”

In addition to working at the aforementioned pain clinic, Lisser is an associate at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Facial Pain Clinic, which has a two-year wait for treatment. Although it sounds like all signs are pointing to an increase, he cautions that what he sees might be a bit skewed, since more people are only starting to become aware that there are specialist clinics for temporomandibular disorders or TMD, which include bruxism.

May 31, 2021
Man sitting on stairs sore from running. Injury prevention with Dr. Brittany Moran and Hyland’s Leg Cramps
Canadian Running

Whether you’re training for a specific goal race, trying to continue a run streak or simply running to stay sane, nothing is worse than being sidelined with an injury. From acute issues like mid-run leg cramps to chronic pain like runner’s knee, even the smallest ache or pain can ruin a good run.

We spoke with chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Brittany Moran from the Runner’s Academy in Toronto, who gave us advice on how to prevent injuries so you don’t end up missing weeks of training.

May 30, 2021
Portrait of a smiling Dr. Leah Lawson Even Perfect Posture Can Cause Pain Without Proper Office Set-up, Says Barrie Chiropractor
Barrie Today

The last 14 months has seen the majority of Simcoe County residents working from home and trying to find a quiet and comfortable place to get their work done.

‘With adults working from home and kids doing online school, we basically have our whole population who are working from home,’ said chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Leah Lawson.

Like Goldilocks realized when visiting the three bears, finding that perfect spot can be a challenge. The bed is too soft, the kitchen table is too hard, and finding the place in your home that is “just right” may be close to impossible.

Dr. Lawson provides her top tips to help avoid common home office hazards and reminds us the importance of getting up and moving throughout the day.

May 26, 2021
Dr. Leah Lawson on Breakfast Television Toronto demonstrating stretches Movin’ in the Morning With Dr. Leah Lawson
CityTV Breakfast Television Toronto

Over one year into the pandemic, many people continue to work in makeshift offices. Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Leah Lawson reminds Breakfast Television Toronto for Movin’ in the Morning! She shares the importance of getting up and moving. She also shares exercises to help alleviate pain and prevent future injury while working from home or cottage.

May 26, 2021
Chiropractor Dr. Dave Town holding his book titled 'Orillia's Civil War.' PROFILE: Passion for local history fuels prolific author
Orillia Matters

Competition has been a constant in chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Dave Town’s life, so his ambition comes as no surprise, even as he seems to be trying to one-up himself.

He is always striving to be the best at what he does, whether it’s swimming, writing about local history or trying to make people feel better through his role as a chiropractor. “I came out of high school wanting to be a chiropractor,” he said. “I liked the idea of health care, but I didn’t want to be the guy prescribing drugs.”

He earned his bachelor of science degree from the University of Toronto and followed that up with four years of chiropractic school before launching Town Chiropractic in 1990.

He is a man of many interests, however, and not one to sit still.

May 17, 2021
Collingwood General and Marine Hospital logo First In This Together fundraiser brings in $38K for Collingwood G&M
Collingwood Today

On May 13, ‘In This Together,’ hosted by the CGMH Foundation Young Professionals Committee,  successfully raised the $22,000 needed to bring an innovative Virtual Pediatric Critical Care Consult Program to the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital Emergency Department.

This high-fidelity virtual care solution will be a partnership between CGMH and the SickKids Critical Care Team and will allow the SickKids team to have a visual feed on patients, as well as access to their charts through Connecting Ontario, improving quality of care and patient outcomes all from the CGMH Emergency Department. Because this event exceeded its fundraising goal, two additional pieces of equipment will be purchased for the Obstetrics Department and Emergency Department.

The CGMH Foundation Young Professionals Committee would like to thank local partners including Taylor Wellness & Chiropractic Clinics. Dr. Scott Taylor and Dr. Micheline Cote of Taylor Wellness & Chiropractic are members of the OCA.

May 15, 2021
Chiropractor Dr. Stephen Gray on The Morning Show. Chiropractor Stephen Gray shares how you can relieve joint pain with daily exercise
Global News (The Morning Show)

Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Stephen Gray joins Global News and The Morning Show and puts your fitness knowledge to the test with a trivia challenge about effective exercises to relieve daily pain all over your body. Watch the video to learn more!

May 12, 2021
A family selfie taken from The Toronto Star article. ‘A wasted year’: Parents, students struggling with distance learning dilemmas
The Toronto Star

When surveyed to describe their struggles in the current school year, parents used words like an abyss, a household inferno, and chaos. … Health care professionals have confirmed a major increase in anxiety and frustration in children as well as parents.

“I’ve noticed it especially among children and teens adjusting to online school, and adults adjusting to working from home … it feels like they are working two full-time jobs to keep up with all the virtual learning, and that they worry about their children falling behind in school,” said Dr. John Carnevale, a chiropractor and certified athletic therapist with Align Health Centre in Newmarket.

“Parents themselves are often presenting to the clinic with more aches and pain, especially in the neck and upper back, from the long hours spent at home,” remarked Dr. Carnevale, who is a member of the OCA.

May 11, 2021
Image of parents and children at a playground - feature image for May 10 Toronto Star article. The question on every parent’s mind: Will students return to class before the school year is over?
The Toronto Star

Is there any chance kids will be back in school before the end of June? That’s the question on every parent’s mind at this point in the pandemic.

Thunder Bay chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Leila Coulter, a mother of four who started a petition there that now has more than 2,300 signatures, said keeping all schools shuttered for the remainder of this school year “would be a very short-sighted decision.”

All schools were closed for in-person classes in mid-April, indefinitely, as the province battled a surging third wave.

May 10, 2021
Runner Ryan Polawski Hamilton man raises $34,000 for rehab centre after 100-mile run to Toronto and back
Running Magazine

Hamilton’s Ryan Polawski set out on a 100-mile journey running to Toronto and back home to raise money for Teen Challenge, a rehabilitation organization that has helped him and countless other individuals overcome addiction. He completed the run, which ended up being about 168K, in 23 hours, and his fundraiser currently sits at more than $34,000.

Fortunately, he had the support of chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Anthony Lombardi from the Hamilton Back Clinic who met up with Polawski along the route to and from Toronto to treat him and work out any kinks.

 

May 5, 2021
Dr. Amber Gardiner, Grimsby Chiropractor, with donated food items Grimsby chiropractor has Village of Hope’s back
St. Catherines Standard

Amber Gardiner’s patients went above and beyond.

The Grimsby chiropractor provided patients with a note letting them know that her office would be holding a spring food drive with donations going to the Village of Hope. In the span of three weeks, Gardiner Family Chiropractic Centre and their patients were able to fill an SUV full of food and other necessities.

“It’s really important for us to think of others and support our community,” Gardiner said, who has been practicing in Grimsby for 25 years. “Through my practice, a lot of our patients have either been laid off or people who have their own business, (and) they’ve been challenged. This is a way for people that can, to give back to the community.”

April 24, 2021
High Point Wellness Centre Pandemic Living – How To Get More From Life At Home
Modern Mississauga

The pandemic has impacted everyone. Working from home, higher stress levels, changes in family dynamics, have only added to the complexity of COVID-19. This places an even higher priority on the importance of practicing daily habits that promote your health and well-being.

As Mississauga’s leading health and wellness clinic, High Point Wellness Centre (HPWC) is committed to working with you to care for, educate, and inspire their patients in their journey towards optimal health. With nearly 50 years of serving the community, they offer clinical services in chiropractic, physiotherapy, massage therapy, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, fitness, and virtual ergonomic assessments.

April 15, 2021
People-centeredness championed by the Ontario Chiropractic Association
World Federation of Chiropractic Quarterly World Report

At OCA people-centred care, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), begins with our Partnership4BetterHealth online patient and family advisory community. Thanks to the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) for featuring the Partnership in its April 2021 publication.

April 1, 2021
Ashor Sworesho of Hamilton Chiropractic and Wellness. From bed to laptop to couch: How to help your body survive working from home
CBC News (Hamilton)

For much of the past year, many of us have been in a constant rotation between our beds, our makeshift workspaces, and our couches; and some of us are working right from the bed or couch. It may seem cozy in the moment, but it’s doing a number on our bodies, say some experts.

“Most people who are working from home are finding any flat surface they can put their computer on and working,” says chiropractor Dr. Ashor Sworesho, of Hamilton Chiropractic and Wellness. “Sometimes it’s their own laps, and the worst is the people who are in bed with their laptop on their chest and working away.”

Dr. Sworesho says he and his colleagues at the clinic have seen an increase in patients with upper back, mid-back and neck pain issues.

March 15, 2021
Dr. Leeann Ng working out at home Some Bradford residents opt for in-home workouts throughout pandemic
Bradford Today

Now almost a year into the pandemic, some Bradford residents have frozen or cancelled their unused gym memberships and have invested in fitness equipment to keep fit at home.

Dr. Leeann Ng, owner of Be Well Chiropractic Clinic in Bradford has been doing her workouts at home. Dr. Ng has been an active member of the Bradford West Gwillimbury Leisure Centre for years. In order to maintain the level of exertion needed to perform her duties as a chiropractor, Ng must be in top physical shape, she says. Since the lockdowns, she has had to find alternate resources to retain her muscle mass.

Dr. Ng plans on requesting a refund for her gym membership, as she hasn’t been to the leisure centre in almost a year.

March 3, 2021
Dr. Binstock at the Olympics Canada’s Binstock elected to the international federation Athletes’ Commission
International Sports News

Dr. Josh Binstock, OCA member and two-time beach volleyball Olympian (2012, 2016) has been elected to the FIVB Athletes’ Commission. Dr. Binstock was among the five members selected by more than 400 eligible voters from all over the world. “I am incredibly grateful and honoured to be elected for the FIVB Athletes’ Commission and bring Canadian representation to the council,” said Binstock, now a practicing chiropractor in Toronto.

“I plan to promote the values of volleyball and beach volleyball as a clean and fair sport. … As a Doctor of Chiropractic, I will also be focused on studying proposals for the athletes’ post-career opportunities since I believe engaging the FIVB athletes in the decision-making process through athlete consultation is paramount to a successful future and global growth of volleyball, all while keeping their health and safety at the forefront.”

February 8, 2021
Dr. Remy on Global News January 2021 How to fix your posture: Expert tips on creating a healthier workspace
Global News

As Canadians continue to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a healthy workstation has become imperative. Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Nekessa Remy, who is based in Mississauga, shares some tips on how you can improve your posture and create a better workspace. Dr. Remy provides advice on how to avoid eye fatigue, neck strain and headaches when working from home.

January 26, 2021
Dr. Remy on CHCH helping you choose a pillow. Pillows, posture and pain.
CHCH

Chiropractor and OCA member, Dr. Nekessa Remy,  provides advice on buying a pillow to help aching backs and other body parts.

January 19, 2021
OCA's Feature in WFC's Quarterly World Report Ontario chiropractors supported by provincial association during Covid-19 pandemic
World Federation of Chiropractic Quarterly World Report

This World Federation of Chiropractic’s (WFC) Quarterly World Report features stories from around the world, including what we did to support our members during the COVID-19 pandemic’s early months (on pg. 64).

This feature highlights our efforts through the eyes of Linda Baldasio, our Member Support Lead.

January 7, 2021
Dr. Mark Dickson shows his 'frosted tips' frozen moustache Dickson’s epic moustache raises $4,000 for Movember
Tillsonburg News

Dr. Mark Dickson’s Movember moustache this year was truly epic. Epic enough to win second overall in the 2020 Global Movember Awards, ‘The Epic One’ category. Mark first joined the Movember cause (ca.movember.com) in 2015, raising awareness and funds for men’s health, which includes prostate cancer research, testicular cancer research and suicide prevention. This year he raised $4,000, bringing his six-year total to $13,928. It was the most he raised in a single year, topping $2,500 from 2019 and just over $3,000 in 2018.

December 7, 2020
Dr. Remy showing a stretch on Global News Neck and back hurting? Try these stretches to sooth aches and pains
Global News

Chiropractor and OCA Member Dr. Nekkesa Remy joins The Morning Show with simple stretches to combat muscle pain during winter months.

December 2, 2020
Dr. Matheson and wife in PPE at office ‘A blessing to be able to help out at this time’: Orillia chiropractor
Simcoe County News

Dr. Kevin Matheson and his wife Lee Anne couldn’t have imagined that they would be marking the 10th anniversary of their Orillia chiropractic practice in the midst of a global pandemic. And yet, there is nothing the couple would rather be doing than helping work out their clients’ tensions at Matheson Chiropractic Clinic during this difficult moment in our collective history. “It’s a blessing to be able to help out at this time,” Matheson told Simcoe.com.

November 24, 2020
Man working at laptop How to Keep Moving When Working From Home
SOOTODAY

With many employees still working from home due to COVID-19, it’s important to keep your back health in mind while sitting in one place for extended periods of time. Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Ted Luck has some tips to share with those working remotely, and how it can actually be beneficial. “Personally, I think the current reality of people working from home can provide some excellent benefits especially when it comes to your spine and all the sitting we do now, especially at work,” Dr. Luck said.

October 30, 2020
Working from home? Here’s how to avoid the negative side effects
CTVNews (Kitchener)

Bad posture, back pain and sitting too long are just a few side effects of working from home. With many offices closing because of COVID-19 restrictions, more people are working in settings that are not as ergonomically correct, causing people to suffer from pain. “From spending more time in their home offices versus their regular workplace, they are getting more chronic postural issues,” explained chiropractor and OCA member Jason Price.

October 27, 2020
Woman exercising in gym Running Drills to Improve Speed and Power
Running News

OCA member Dr. Kris Sheppard, owner of The Runner’s Academy in Toronto, which specializes in helping runners move well, shows four drills that only add about five minutes to your warm up and make a world of difference in your performance.

October 23, 2020
Dr. Remy on CHCH Choosing the right shoes online
CHCH Hamilton

Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Nekessa Remy joined CHCH to talk about at-home workouts and buying the right running shoes online.

September 30, 2020
Chiropractor shows how to stretch A chiropractor’s stretching circuit to complete every morning
Cityline

Want to ward off the effects of sitting all day? Chiropractor and OCA member Stacy Irvine has the simple stretches that will bring relief to your back!

September 29, 2020
Man showing backpack safety Back-to-school tips to help improve physical health
EPIC GENERATION TV

Back-to-school tips to help improve physical health

As part of its back-to-school episode, EPIC Generation TV – an educational program that aims to help kids (ages seven to thirteen) become empowered, positive, inspirational and creative – reached out to the OCA for posture tips and advice for kids as they prepare to return back to the classroom.

Dr. Patrick Welsh, a sports specialist chiropractor at High Point Wellness Centre shares a few of his back-to-school tips for kids to help improve physical health, and a challenge to make homework and studying easier.

September 16, 2020
Young girl wearing a backpack How to find the most comfortable backpack for back to school
Global News

Chiropractor Nekessa Remy, a member of the OCA, joins The Morning Show to share tips on which back to school backpacks to buy in order to avoid muscle aches and make sitting all day comfortable.

September 2, 2020
Back Exercise Feet from Chiropractic news story 10 Stretches That Can Help Strengthen Your Back
MSN Canada (Best Health)
August 31, 2020
upper torso body skeleton showing the spine and vertebral column in Doctors Post article Docs Groups Say ’No’ to First-Line Opioids for Sprains and Pains
Physicians Weekly | Doctors Post

Article discusses guideline from the American College of Physicians (ACP) and American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) that states opioids should not be a first-line treatment option for non-low back, musculoskeletal injuries. It includes findings from opioid-use review by John J. Riva, DC, MSc, of McMaster University in Hamilton, an OCA member.

August 18, 2020
2020-08-20-sienna-rhodes-2 Orillia girl, 12, to undergo surgery in Germany for scoliosis
Orillia Matters

In June, the Orillia girl was diagnosed with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. The journey to finding out what was wrong began in the winter when Sienna was taking swimming lessons. Her grandmother noticed one of Sienna’s shoulders was slightly more elevated than the other. A chiropractor asked Sienna to bend over and touch her toes, and that’s when the curving in her spine became immediately noticeable.

August 18, 2020
Mature couple gardening together What’s the most common cause of back and neck pain during warm weather season? Well according to the Ontario chiropractic Association, it’s gardening.
Zoomer Radio (7:27:54)
August 12, 2020
Dr. Leah Laswon Working from home can be a pain in the neck, chiropractor warns
Barrie Today | Collingwood Today | Newmarket Today

Dr. Leah Lawson, chiropractor at Bayside Wellness in Collingwood and Vitality Health in Barrie, speaks about how improper at-home workstations can cause neck and back pain

August 11, 2020
Tips for Buying Running Shoes - Chiro in the News Tips for buying running shoes online
Global News (online)

Chiropractor and OCA member Dr. Nekessa Remy shares her tips on how to find the best running shoes online to fit your foot type and shoe size.

July 23, 2020
COVID-19 brings new challenges for health care workers
CTV News Toronto

CTV News health journalist Paulina Chan speaks with Monica Huci, an operating room nurse at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, and Dr. Amy Brown, and Ontario chiropractor, on the health-related challenges health care workers are experiencing in the face of COVID-19.

July 20, 2020
Dr. Maja Edgar, chiropractor adapting to new normal Adjusting to the new normal in Burlington
CHCH TV - Morning Live

Dr. Maja Edgar, from Edgar Family Chiropractic, discusses how her clinic is adapting to the ‘new normal.’

July 15, 2020
chiropractors in masks at Wasaga clinic ‘Working out the kinks’: Wasaga chiropractors adjust as they reopen during COVID-19 pandemic
Simcoe.com

While chiropractors and massage therapists have been given the green light to reopen, it’s not business as usual.

June 12, 2020
Global News Kingston chiropractor in mask Kingston chiropractors reopen, adapt to new measures amid COVID-19
Global News

As of June 1, several regulated health professionals in Ontario are now allowed to open their doors again amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Dentists, optometrists, psychologists, dietitians and denturists are just some of the professions on the province’s reopening list as it moves forward with easing restrictions.

June 2, 2020
Caroline Brereton on CTV News Healthcare providers get the go-ahead to book non-emergency appointments
CTV News - Kitchener

Caroline Brereton, CEO, Ontario Chiropractic Association, discusses steps chiropractors are taking so they can return to practice and keep their patients, staff and colleagues safe.

May 27, 2020
Dr. Lou Nalli PinPoint Health Mental Health Consequences of COVID-19 with Dr. Luigi (Lou) Nalli
Pinpoint Health Show | Global New 640 Radio

Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Michael Tibollo, joins Dr. Luigi Nalli, DC, on his PinPoint Health Show to speak about the potential mental health consequences of COVID-19.

April 25, 2020
Dr. Marissa Verdone on CBC TV Hamilton chiropractor interviewed about CERB and her clinic during COVID-19
CBC News

CBC journalist Rosemary Barton spoke with Dr. Marissa Verdone, a chiropractor based in Hamilton and sole proprietor, who recently applied for the CERB. Dr. Verdone shared her experiences with the application process and how COVID-19 has affected her professionally.

April 6, 2020
Dr. Lou Nalli Chiropractic Emergency and Acute Care Amid COVID-19
Global 640 AM News Interview with Kelly Cutrara and Dr. Luigi (Lou) Nalli

Interview Transcript

April 2, 2020
Marina Mogensen interview screenshot CTV Animal chiropractic becoming more common place with Canadian pet owners
CTV Northern Ontario
January 21, 2020
Chiropractor assessing boy's knee What you need to know before taking your kid to a chiropractor
Today's Parent
November 5, 2019
Chiropractic care for back pain tied to lower odds of opioid use
National Post
October 24, 2019
Pilot project connects people on Ontario Works with chiropractic care
The Record
March 27, 2019
Cambridge’s Langs health centre helps launch chiropractic care in back-to-work program
Cambridge Times
March 26, 2019
Despite the tired narratives, chiropractic is backed by evidence
Globe and Mail
February 16, 2019
What to understand about chronic pain
Globe and Mail
November 27, 2018
Collaborative care helps stem the tide of Canada’s opioid crisis
Globe and Mail
November 13, 2018
Aging: how to stay active when it hurts to do so
Globe and Mail
October 30, 2018
Mind and body: The link between chronic pain and mental health
Globe and Mail
October 30, 2018
Getting back to work and back to your life
Globe and Mail
October 17, 2018
Chiropractors team up with community health centres to care for those in need
Globe and Mail
October 16, 2018
The Pain Problem
Globe and Mail
October 11, 2018
Impact of diabetes: What you didn’t know
Globe and Mail
October 4, 2018
CEO sees chiropractors as key to solving opioid crisis
Globe and Mail
September 27, 2018
“It’s like a winter wonderland”: Snow storm hits Windsor
CBC Windsor
December 13, 2017
Snow shovelling 101: What you need to know
Global News
December 12, 2017
Report urges Canada to seek opioid alternatives to cut down on addiction
The Globe and Mail
November 14, 2017
Back pain project wins award
The Belleville Intelligencer
November 14, 2017
5 great tips to fight text neck
Mississauga News
September 17, 2017
How “weekend warriors” can avoid common summer sports injuries
CBC News
July 4, 2017
How to treat chronic pain without turning to opioids
The Globe and Mail
July 4, 2017
Sore back? 5 tips to help you enjoy a pain-free summer of gardening
Chatelaine
June 26, 2017
Avoiding back and neck pain while gardening
Rogers Daytime TV
May 23, 2017
Preventing some of those gardening aches
Toronto Sun
May 20, 2017
Baby Got Back: Why babies bring the (back) pain and what you can do to stop it
City Parent
April 1, 2017
Treating Back Pain While Pregnant
CTV Toronto
January 16, 2017
Woman of Steele: Tennis elbow, runner’s knee… now… text neck
Windsor Star
October 10, 2016
Constant use of smart phone causes neck pain, Ontario chiropractors warn consumers
Mississauga News
October 2, 2016
Injuries from mobile-device overuse ‘debilitating’
Radio Canada International
September 30, 2016
Staring at mobile phones strains necks, chiropractors warn
CBC News
September 28, 2016
Ten ways to reduce injuries from excessive smartphone use
The Globe and Mail
September 26, 2016
Avid runner Meghan Young describes 5 simple stretches for runners in this video collaboration with the OCA.
www.MeghanYoung.ca
August 11, 2016
Dr. Katherine Tibor is featured in this article on how to avoid injury while gardening.
Toronto Star
July 9, 2016
Neuromuscular warm-ups for kids with Dr. Stacy Irvine
Breakfast Television
June 24, 2016
Are flip flops bad for your feet? Here’s what happens when you wear the flimsy sandal
Global News
June 11, 2016
Dr. Krista Revenberg discusses how to avoid injury while gardening
Afternoon Drive - CBC Radio Windsor
June 8, 2016
Back pain myths debunked with Dr. Stacy Irvine
Breakfast Television
June 8, 2016
Dr. Stacy Irvine on seniors health and mobility
Breakfast Television
May 24, 2016
On Purses, Backaches And Heavy Lifting! Giveaway
How to Survive Life in the Suburbs
May 13, 2016
Stretches and Exercises for Knitting Pain & Strains
Knitted Bliss
May 11, 2016