Acupuncture and Chiropractic: Clinical Integration in the Equine Patient: Points and Joints
The IAVC presents:
Acupuncture and Chiropractic: Clinical Integration in the Equine Patient: Points and Joints, May 3rd to 5th (Friday to Sunday), 2024 at the Heimathaus Sittensen, Germany
Improving the outcome of your chiropractic treatment with acupuncture has been a goal for many of us involved in equine chiropractic. This three-day seminar is designed to provide a structured platform for important considerations with regard to integrating the two treatment modalities. The fact that acupuncture and chiropractic compliment each other in a synergistic way in practice is already well known. Through this seminar, we will learn how to be as effective and consistent as possible in diagnosing and treating our equine patients.
Topics to be addressed:
TCM Five Element Theory:
– Identifying the different horse types
– Case management implications
Simplifying challenging chiropractic patients through acupuncture:
– Nervousness, fearfulness, muscle hypertonicity, hypersensitivity, painfulness
Acupuncture of regional chiropractic patterns:
– Diagnostic points to identify specific joint problems.
This seminar is specifically designed for clinicians who have a firm understanding of acupuncture and chiropractic. It is NOT designed to teach the fundamentals of either modality. Rather, it is designed to build on your current knowledge, focusing on effective integration in the equine patient.
IVCA CPD Approval - chiro specific CE hours
Speakers - Andrea Sattler, DVM, Germany
Contact details of the course provider - IAVC Office: ++49 4282 590099, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Language - English
More Info - https://i-a-v-c.com/en/