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World Spine Day competition launched


September 26, 2014
By Canadian Chiropractor staff

Sept. 26, 2014 – A part of the Bone and Joint Decade National Action Week, World Spine Day, observed yearly on Oct. 16, is where global activities are aimed at focusing attention toward the needs and issues of people affected by musculoskeletal disorders and spinal conditions.

The WFC is urging chiropractors and health advocates to help raise
awareness of the importance of spinal health in their communities with
creative projects for the clinics, schools, offices, communities and
neighbourhood.

Tell the WFC what you have done to raise awareness
on spinal health, and win a prize. Describe your World Spine Day
activities and how you made these programs work in your communities and
how well they were received.

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Prizes and winner categories include:
– two professional associations, US$500.00 each
– two chiropractic college/university programs, US$500.00 each
– a private practice/clinic, US$250.00

The
competition is open to any individual and organization in the
chiropractic profession, including societies, associations, educational
institutions, clinics, doctors’ offices, student groups. 

Entries
will be accepted until November 15, 2014. Winners will be featured in
the December 2014 issue of the WFC’s Quarterly World Report, so remember
to include photos.

For more details about World Spine Day, visit the WFC and the Bone and Joint Decade websites.

Submit entries to WFC Administrative Assistant Sarah Villarba at svillarba@wfc.org.


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