Clinical practice guidelines consist of recommendations for patient care based on the best available scientific and expert evidence, in consideration of patient benefits and harms. Healthcare professionals should consult with their regulatory bodies to ensure they are practicing within their scopes of practice, adhering to standards of practice and other requirements.

The following are summaries of clinical practice guidelines that meet minimum methodological standards as per the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research & Evaluation II (AGREE II) instrument, that have been contextualized for chiropractors (and other healthcare professionals with similar scopes of practice). 

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CCGI is funded by provincial associations and regulatory boards, and national associations including the Canadian Chiropractic Association

and Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association. CCGI maintains editorial independence from funders.

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