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Postural Balancing Technique 1 (PBT 1)
Introduction to Postural Balancing Technique, Assessment & Basic Treatment Protocol
Location: Delano, MN
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the concepts of Postural Balancing Technique, assessment and the basic treatment protocol. This technique is designed to promote physical and emotional balance by decreasing tension, both mental and physical. This in turn facilitates optimal performance and promotes long-term mental resiliency and physical soundness in the equine athlete. This technique has shown be extremely effective and can be used as a stand alone equine chiropractic technique or can be easily integrated with other techniques to improve the effectiveness of your treatment.
We believe that there is a strong mind-body connection and that only addressing the physical aspect of health is simply not enough. Horses live in an environment that is a far cry from what they were designed for. Even though domestic horses have been able to adapt to some degree there is still a great deal of not only physical but also mental and emotional stressors that they encounter in everyday life. Our technique addresses the physical, mental as well as emotional imbalances that may be affecting a horse's health and performance.
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 approval by AVCA, IVCA and the MBCE (Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners) for 20 CEUs. The cost for this seminar is $795 and space is extremely limited so register today!