International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic

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New Zealand: Basic Course start February 2020

Animal chiropractic offers a unique opportunity for the veterinary and chiropractic professions to interact, learn and work together. By learning veterinary chiropractic, practitioners not only gain new clinical skills and knowledge, but also a life-long practice building tool at the same time. Animal chiropractic may even represent a major career path choice for your future!

What: The Essentials of Veterinary Chiropractic, presented by the
International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC).
When: February 12th to 29th and March 30th to April 9th, 2020
Where: Block 1 (modules 1-3) in Christchurch (Feb. 12th to 29th).
Block 2 (modules 4+5) (March 30th-April 9th). Schedule details
to follow
Who: Open to qualified veterinarians and chiropractors, as well as students in good standing who are currently studying these professions.
Why: Chiropractic treatment of animals is an internationally recognized
and effective treatment method, that compliments conventional
veterinary medicine. Animals benefit from chiropractic care too!

Focus of the Curriculum
Anatomy
Biomechanics
Neurology
Adjusting Techniques
Chiropractic Studies
Veterinary Studies
Patient/Case-Management
History and Philosophy
Ethics and Legalities
Current Research

About The IAVC Program:
The International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic has been leading the education and growth of animal chiropractic in Europe for over 15 years, teaching in both Germany and Englan