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The Canadian Association of Othopaedic Medicine aims to put forward regular, relevant information pertiaing to the particular field(s) of healthcare we are most passionate about promoting.
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Full membership is open to MD’s and DO’s. Associate memberships are available to dentists, physiotherapists, nurse practitioners and naturopaths.
Benefits to membership are many, and include access to recent updates on all things orthopaedic medicine, becoming part of our very popular e-mail listserve, being part of a practice-changing organization, invitations to workshops and conferences, and rubbing shoulders with a great group of colleagues and thinkers!
Suggested reading for mind-body connection and chronic pain The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders John Sarno has written several books dealing with mind-body disorders and connections and come highly recommended. Found on Amazon Pain Free for Life: The...
Suggested reading in Manual Medicine Cyriax's Illustrated Manual of Orthopaedic Medicine Cyriax is one of the fathers of manual medicine and this is one of several works by him. Found on Amazon.PNT Pain Neutralization Technique: An Unprecedented Revolution in Pain...
Suggested reading about other therapies Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual Janet Travell and David Simons wrote these classic tomes (volume 1 and 2) on trigger points. Found on Amazon. Travell and Simons' Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The...
Suggested reading in prolotherapy / regenerative medicine Art Of Regenerative Injections This is a classic and “must have” for anyone doing prolotherapy – and used by the HHPF in training. View it online at: https://joelbaumgartnermd.com/books Regenerative Injections...
Dr. Francois Louw, a physician from the Department of Family Practice at the university of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, advances the body of knowledge in the treatment of temporomandibular dysfunction in his article appearing in the May 2019 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, where he found that using a simple and inexpensive alternative treatment with an intraarticular injection of dextrose reduced pain and increased mobility in this hard-to-treat patient population.
International Federation for Manual/Musculoskeletal Medicine
American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine
American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine
American Osteopathic Association