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Basic Course Summer 2021, Sittensen/Germany, Module I Start 10.03.2021

Germany Basic Veterinary Chiropractic Course:  Module I - Sacropelvic

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Pathology of the Sacroiliac Joint, the Sacrum and the Pelvis, Basics of Applied Neurology; Introduction to the Vertebral Subluxation Komplex, Terminology and Chiropractic Listings, Basics of the Chiropractic Adjusting Techniques; Chiropractic Examination / Introduction to Motion Palpation; Examination and Chiropractic Treatment of the Sacropelvic region

All Germany modules are scheduled to take place in Sittensen, Lower Saxony (located half way between Hamburg and Bremen).
Language of instruction is English and German.


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Module I - Sacropelvic (Basic) (DE)

Basic Course Summer 2021, AECC University College, Bournemouth, UK

Module I - Sacropelvic

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Pathology of the Sacroiliac Joint, the Sacrum and the Pelvis, Basics of Applied Neurology; Introduction to the Vertebral Subluxation Komplex, Terminology and Chiropractic Listings, Basics of the Chiropractic Adjusting Techniques; Chiropractic Examination / Introduction to Motion Palpation; Examination and Chiropractic Treatment of the Sacropelvic region

All England modules are scheduled to take place in Bournemouth at the AECC University College.


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Module I - Sacropelvic (Basic) (UK)

Aufbaukurs: Advanced Clinical Application - Emphasis on Sacropelvic, 31.10.+01.11.2020

31.10.+01.11.2020 Heimathaus Sittensen, Deutschland


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Advanced Clinical Application - Emphasis on Sacropelvic

CPD Course: Quadruped Logan Basic Technique, October 29th+30th, 2020


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Quadruped Logan Basic Technique

Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Course Series

Functional asymmetry versus lameness - where do we draw the line? A thorough understanding of our patients biomechanics is essential for our treatment decision. We will introduce technical devices we can utilize for an objective evaluation and discuss common compensatory patterns and their influence on the musculoskeletal system.

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Applied Biomechanics and Rehabilitation - Module 2