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Awards

Canadian Chiropractor Inspire Award 

Congratulations to Dr. Erik Klein and Dr. Daniel Comeau on being chosen for the 2016 Canadian Chiropractor INSPIRE Award. This award is given to outstanding chiropractors who are making a difference in the community. Both doctors volunteer many hours with multiple sports teams as well as overseeing the day to day at all six of their New Brunswick clinics. Both Dr. Comeau and Dr. Klein would like to thank the judges on the Canadian Chiropractor judging panel for choosing them as INSPIRE Award winners. 

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Public Service Award, 2016

Canadian Chiropractic Association

Dr. Klein was honoured nationally, by the CCA in November, 2016 with an award that "Recognizes the creation of public communication, public health, and advocacy programs of major importance".  This was not just an individual award but recognition of a team dedicated to changing healthcare as we know it.

 

President's Citation Award, 2012

New Brunswick Chiropractic Association

Dr. Klein was honoured in 2012 with the prestigious Presidents Citation Award for exemplary dedication and service to the chiropractic profession in New Brunswick.

 

Nominations: Dr. Erik and Dr. Dan were nominated as co-CEOs of the year "Top 50 CEOs of Atlantic Canada" by Atlantic Business Magazine in 2017.

Scientific Publications

Pathological burst Fracture in the cervical spine with negative red flags: a case report 

Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association: March 2016

Jocelyn Cox, DC
Chris DeGraauw, DC FRCCSS(C)
Erik Klein, DC

This paper is a study and critique of the effectiveness of standard cervical spine (neck) orthopaedic testing in the context of serious trauma.

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Imaging Case Review: Pathological burst fracture in the cervical spine with negative red flags:

a 12-year follow-up

Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association: March 2017

Jocelyn Cox, DC
Chris DeGraauw, DC FRCCSS(C)
Erik Klein, DC

This paper is a follow-up of our cervical spine orthopaedic study of March 2016, concerning the well-being of the subject in question.