Advanced Clinical Application - A Complete Review of Techniques M I23.01.2021 - 24.01.2021
The IAVC Advanced Clinical Applications 2021: A Complete Review of Techniques, Module I + II
- Module I: Saturday (9am – 6 pm) and Sunday (8am – 5 pm) January 23rd + 24th, 2021
- Module II: Saturday (9am – 6 pm) and Sunday (8am – 5 pm) September 18th + 19th, 2021
In response to many requests over the last years, the IAVC has created a two-module seminar to specifically provide animal chiropractors with a thorough and complete overview of veterinary adjusting techniques. We are pleased to be offering this new course format in 2021, which corresponds to our over seventeen years’ experience of teaching veterinary chiropractic worldwide! We continue to attempt to bring you more choices in learning veterinary chiropractic skills. Look at the schedule, and come and be part of it all!
The Complete Review of Techniques is a comprehensive two-modular course which provides an ideal way to review and improve your skills as an animal chiropractor. All animal adjusting techniques currently taught by the IAVC in the Basic course will be covered. Some “Advanced” and manipulative techniques will be discussed and demonstrated as well. Come join us, and make sure you are doing it “right”/optimally, and be up-to-date with ALL the current techniques at the same time.
A great deal of time will be allotted for laboratory/hands-on individual training in techniques on the animals. Focus will include ALL (Sacropelvic, Thoracolumbar, Cervical and Extremity) techniques as they are currently taught in the Basic Course as well as specific case presentations. Doctor’s hand and body position, improving stabilization and fine-tuning lines of correction will guide participants to identify and correct your weaknesses, build on your strengths, and increase your affectivity and adjusting confidence.
The IAVC Advanced Clinical Applications: A Complete Review of Techniques at the Heimathaus Sittensen, Germany
Module I: Saturday and Sunday, January 23rd and 24th, 2021
Module II: Saturday and Sunday, September 18th and 19th, 2021