ANIMAL MANIPULATION INFORMATION:
Doctors of Chiropractic and Doctors of Veterinary Medicine working together to expand and promote the knowledge and advancement of Animal Manipulation Care.
In order to become A.V.C.A. (American Veterinary Chiropractic Association) certified in animal manipulation, a graduate from one of the three post graduate programs (consisting of 200 hours) in the U.S. (approved by the A.V.C.A) must pass both the A.V.C.A. written and clinical competency examinations.
Currently, I am one of approximately four D.C.’s and D.V.M.’s in Dallas and Fort Worth certified in animal manipulation by the A.V.C.A.
Instructor, Animal Basic Manipulation
Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, TX
Written Veterinarian Referral Required
HUMAN CHIROPRACTIC INFORMATION:
I graduated Parker College of Chiropractic in January of 1997. At that time, the college taught eight techniques of chiropractic. I then spent a year in postgraduate programs based on the needs of my community.
I am certified in Cox Distraction Manipulation which deals with bulged or herniated discs. A condition not uncommon in sports enthusiasts. I am one of approximately eighteen D.C.’s in Texas and one of three in Dallas certified in Cox Technique.
I am also a certified Chiropractic Extremities Practitioner. Just as a poor foundation can affect the structural integrity of a home, so can our feet and legs affect our lower back (Kinetic Chain). Then it follows that the functional integrity of the bones in our shoulder will directly affect the neck.
Extremity adjusting restores the proper position of strained joints and enhances total athletic capabilities. I am one of approximately twenty D.C.’s in Texas and one of three in Dallas certified in Extremity Adjusting through the Council on Extremity Adjusting.
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