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CPD January Sale

Jan 08, 2016

For one week only we are offering a spine-tingling 15% off our CPD seminars! We understand that January can be a month when you’re looking to enhance your career but may have a limited budget so we hope that this discount will be very timely. Our upcoming seminars cover a wide range of topics relevant to healthcare professionals, from Professor Stuart McGill’s ‘Building the Ultimate Back’ to an introduction…

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AECC tutor awarded Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy

Jan 04, 2016

Congratulations to AECC faculty member Alison Selby for achieving the Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). The Fellowship was awarded in recognition of Alison's work in teaching and learning practice at the AECC, and is richly deserved. We are proud to have some of the best academic staff in the university sector working with us with Alison being a prime example - well done Alison! Image:…

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AECC's mission with King's College London on European Space Agency project

Dec 18, 2015

Hot on the heels of Tim Peake's mission to the International Space Station a local healthcare institution is collaborating on its own mission that could impact the future of space travel as we know it. The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) are to collaborate in a European Space Agency project led by scientists at King's College London in order to add their expertise in state-of-…

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PhD for AECC Medical Physicist

Dec 10, 2015

Congratulations to Alex Breen, who successfully defended his PhD thesis at Bournemouth University, Faculty of Science and Technology. His research was on “Exploring the spine and lower limb kinematics of trans-tibial amputees” (at least that’s the short version!)  Alex is a Medical Physicist on our IMRCI team, his PhD was funded by The AECC and Bournemouth University. Well done Alex! (Image: Alex…

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Over £600 raised for Movember

Dec 03, 2015

A huge well done to our committed mo bros for growing some rather fine tashes throughout November. Their fundraising efforts mean that we will be donating £645.48 into prostate and testicular cancer research. Well done gents!

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Congratulations AECC graduates!

Nov 24, 2015

A new cohort of chiropractors and healthcare professionals have graduated from the world-renowned AECC in Bournemouth. Over 100 students attended their graduation ceremony at the Pavilion on Friday. As well as those graduating from the masters in chiropractic programme there were also a range of postgraduates picking up awards from ultrasound to orthopaedics and paediatric musculoskeletal health. Valedictorian…

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Human bones donated to AECC's anatomy department

Nov 13, 2015

We had an interesting visit this week from Charles Cutts who came to the college with a collection of medical human bones. The bones are the accumulated collections of his Father and Grandfather (both GPs). Charles made the decision to donate the bones to the anatomy department of the AECC for the education and advancement of our students.    

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Paul Lewis at the AECC

Nov 03, 2015

Paul Lewis came to the AECC in September on behalf of Thumper to give a free workshop to the MSc 2 interns. Paul introduced chiropractic students to advanced massage therapy techniques, including his unique approach to treatment of soft tissue issues (dynamic angular petrissage). His workshops focused on improving patient outcomes by augmenting chiropractic treatment with methods of therapeutic massage.…

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Con'grad'ulations to our BSc graduates

Oct 15, 2015

Friday [9 October 2015] saw 82 AECC students attend their graduation ceremony at the Corpus Christie Church in Boscombe, having just completed their three year BSc in Human Sciences. The students are now just two years away from completing five years of study to gain an MSc in Chiropractic and become chiropractors. The AECC, based in Boscombe, was established in 1965 and for the last 50 years has…

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BackCare Awareness Week 2015: Back pain prevention begins at school

Oct 05, 2015

It’s BackCare awareness week and this year is all about back care in children. Back pain is now the world's leading cause of human disability and together with related musculoskeletal conditions, accounts for a quarter of UK sickness absence. But contrary to popular belief, back pain is not just an adult problem. One in four UK children have regular or daily back pain UK charity BackCare recently…

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