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At the Ontario Chiropractic Association

Chiropractor and CEO of CURAVITA Health Group, Dr. Ken Brough takes an active role in the chiropractic profession and has a special interest in the delivery of chiropractic care to underserved populations. Dr. Brough is committed to promoting the positive impact of the chiropractic profession on Canadian healthcare.

Dr. Brough has been deeply involved with the Ontario Chiropractic Association for over 14 years. He is currently the Board Chair of the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA) and is a member of the Evidence-Based Guidelines Committee. He previously served as the Secretary Treasurer, Vice President, a member on the Board of Directors, and was Chair of the Governance and Nominating Committee

Established in 1929, the OCA has more than 3,700 members. Eighty per cent of chiropractors in Ontario are OCA members and it is the fourth largest chiropractic association in the world by membership. The OCA’s mission is to serve its members and the public by advancing the understanding and use of chiropractic care. To achieve this mission, the OCA delivers a range of programs, services and initiatives to help its members and partners deliver quality patient care and improve Ontario’s health care system.

In addition, Dr. Brough served as the Ontario Governor to the Canadian Chiropractic Association for 9 years where he sat as the Chair of the Government and Inter-Professional Relations Committee. In that role he was responsible for leading the CCA’s lobbying efforts with the Federal Government and it’s related stakeholders as well as relationships with allied professional groups. One special focus during his tenure at the CCA was a project to enhance access of chiropractic care in Nunavut. The work of his committee laid the groundwork for chiropractic regulation in Nunavut. He also served on the Steering Committee of the Canadian Chiropractic Clinical Guidelines Initiative which has oversight responsibility for clinical practice guideline development and implementation.