It is always the stark juxtapositions that you are undeniably faced with in India that leave a lasting impression on me. Extravagant malls; remote rural populations without access to regular electricity. Smart businessmen travelling by train; sari-clad women carrying baskets of rice overhead walking for miles. Luxury hotels; woven mats to sleep on the floor. A bustling business district; those who cannot afford a day off work to seek medical advice.
As World Spine Care (WSC) celebrates its 10th year anniversary, we are thrilled to announce the selection of Stefanie Ince as our new Executive Director. Stefanie officially began her new role as Executive Director in January 2019. The selection was made after an extensive international and local search and selection process. “Over 200 applications were reviewed for the position... Read More
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work in the Mahalapye District Hospital and Shoshong clinic with World Spine Care in Botswana for 12 weeks this past spring. My time in Botswana was everything that I hoped it would be and so much more. To travel is one thing but to work and... Read More
Facebook recently introduced a new feature that lets you easily launch a fundraising campaign to raise money and awareness for the causes you care most about. Ask for donations in lieu of presents for your birthday, or use a fundraiser to bring your clinic community together for a special event or at anytime. As excited... Read More
The European Chiropractic Union held its annual convention in conjunction with the Hungarian Chiropractic Association at the Budapest Congress Centre from 25 to 27 May 2018. Dr. Nadine Harrison, previous supervisor of the World Spine Care clinic in Shoshong, Botswana, was invited to give a presentation on the final day of the conference. Her talk, Adaptability in Pursuit... Read More
News Release The Third World Spine Care Botswana Spine Care Conference “Creating a country wide program for the prevention of spine disability” On May 7 and May 8, 2018 World Spine Care, in cooperation with the Botswana Ministry of Health organized the Third World Spine Care Conference at the Gaborone International Convention Center in Botswana.... Read More
MSK conditions leading cause of disability The World Health Organisation’s most recent update on musculoskeletal disorders re-confirmed what many of us already know; the burden of disease MSK conditions create is enormous. They are the second largest contributor to disease worldwide, and Low Back Pain, is the single leading cause of disability. Just imagine… For... Read More