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Vancouver business forum tackles global opportunities for chiropractic

Mari-Len De   

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Session topics include social media, risk management

Dr. Greg Stewart

World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) president Dr. Greg Stewart says there has never been a more opportune time than now to showcase the expertise of chiropractors as musculoskeletal health specialists, with back pain and spinal disorders topping the list in the most recent Global Burden of Disease report.

Stewart will be addressing chiropractors in Vancouver on April 25 at the first ever Canadian Chiropractor Business Forum West being held at the Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University.

In his keynote address, the WFC president will be sharing unprecedented opportunities that exist for chiropractors globally and how practitioners can take advantage of them to boost their practice and the profession.


The one-day event, hosted by Canadian Chiropractor Magazine, features a line-up of topnotch speakers in the fields of business and chiropractic.

Other speakers include:
Dr. Dean Greenwood, co-founder, Vancouver Spine Centre
Dr. Don Nixdorf, board member, College of Chiropractors of B.C.
Don Lebans, partner at Branch MacMaster LLP
Matt Astifan and Rob Green, social media and digital marketing experts

Health care collaboration, social media tips and tricks, risk management and professional ethics are just some of today’s hot topics in chiropractic practice that will be discussed at the business forum. Attendees will get a chance to network with leaders and peers in the profession.

The event also features a full trade show featuring the latest and greatest in chiropractic products and services.

Members of the B.C. Chiropractic Association (BCCA) can take advantage of a special registration discount. Simply contact the BCCA or check member communications/e-mail for the promo code.

To find more information about the Canadian Chiropractor Business Forum West visit

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