april 19th-20th, 2018
a review of thoracolumbar techniques & optimizing care through an integrative approach
Location: University of Minnesota Leatherdale Equine Center
Hours: April 19th 8:30am - 6:00pm & April 20th 8:00am-6:00pm
The purpose of this course is to review techniques in the thoracolumbar region and offers hands-on opportunities for students to improve technique skills. This course is also intended to broaden the doctor's knowledge base in regards to traditional veterinary care and how to integrate traditional and complementary care in order to enable the doctor to make appropriate referrals as well as optimize an integrative treatment approach.
Seminar topics include equine behavior and body language, soft tissue techniques, adjusting techniques, core strengthening exercises for the treatment of back pain as well as pathology review of the thoracolumbar region including integrative treatment approaches. There will be an integrative case workup including relevant diagnostics and integrative treatment(s). Case studies will be presented with round table discussion. There will also be labs with ample hands on opportunities.
This course was designed for DCs (Doctors of Chiropractic) or DVMs (Doctors of Veterinary Medicine) that have already completed one of the AVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association) approved basic programs in Animal Chiropractic. Students are required to submit their license number as well as proof of approved Animal Chiropractic course completion.
This seminar is pending AVCA & IVCA approval for 17 CEUs. The cost for this seminar is $650 and space is limited so register today!