Vestibular Syndrome: an overview for the Animal Chiropractor

Vestibular Syndrome: an overview for the Animal Chiropractor

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Vestibular syndrome is severe vertigo that occurs quite commonly in geriatric dogs. It is caused by abormal firing of the vestibular portion of the vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII.) Onset is most often extremely sudden, which can be very frightening to an owner. They may think their dog has had a stroke. Chiropractors, as receptor-based therapists, can affect input to the vestibular system. Understanding the syndrome, what the animal is experiencing, and the owner’s perceptions can help us be more effective at helping in these situations.

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Cost - $75

IVCA CPD Approval - 3 hours of animal chiropractic CPD

Speakers - Annie Seefeldt, DC

Contact details of the course provider - e-mail

Course Language - English

More Info - Cost: $75 The course is also approved by the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

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2024-01-01 @ 00:00 to
2024-12-31 @ 00:00


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