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(Texas), an AVCA Certified Doctor, graduated from Colorado State in
1991. After completing a surgical internship at Illinois Equine Hospital
in Chicago he entered a private equine sports medicine practice, serving
as show veterinarian on California’s “A” Hunter/Jumper show circuit.
In 1995, Dr.
Brechtel left practice to pursue a PhD in Molecular Biophysics at the
University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where he studied
bacterial and mammalian GABA transport proteins, and participated in an
NIH toxicology training program.
In 2000, Dr.
Brechtel served as Interim Director of Research at Critical Care Research
in California, before settling down once again in Texas. Since then
he has managed his family’s four
clinics, completing his own training in Animal Chiropractic in 2004.
Chiropractic Perspective of Current Research:
The purpose of this lecture will be to examine research papers to, 1)
expose participants to which journals are publishing articles relative to
our field, 2) review relevant papers published on various animal and human
issues, 3) assess these articles for their clinical merit, 4) find the
animal chiropractic relevance within each article, and 5) encourage
participants to do similar assessments on their own.
Karin-Susan Breitlauch, DVM
(Pennsylvania), an AVCA Certified Doctor, graduated from East
Stroudsburg University in 1982, where she earned a Bachelor’s of
Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor’s of Art in Biology. She
continued her education at Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine and
graduated in 1986. At that time, she was the youngest veterinarian in
the country, at age 22.
She opened Creature Comforts Veterinary
Service in 1987, initially as a house call practice. In January,
1991, the practice moved to its current location in Saylorsburg, PA.
The practice has been open 24/7 since 1993. The practice handles any
species and specialized in critical care, in addition to general
practice, and employs over 55 people. Dr. Karin was taught
manipulative medicine techniques in 1987 and completed formal
chiropractic training at Options for Animals in Moline, Illinois.
She is a Lifetime Member of the American
Veterinary Chiropractic Association and has been certified since June
1999. According to patient records, she has adjusted 1,100
patients, most of which are dogs and cats. She was named the 2009 Pennsylvania Veterinarian
of the Year by the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association. She
is currently working on
her certification in veterinary
acupuncture at the Chi Institute for Acupuncture and Herbology.
You Can’t do Basic to a Cat and
other Myths: “You can’t do basic to a cat”,
“An AS illum is a rare finding”, and “There is no such thing as an
emergency chiropractic case”. These are direct quotes from previous
lectures which have not proved to be true in clinical chiropractic
care for small and exotic animals. A presentation of real cases and
real results with a scientific basis in neuromuscular physiology.
J. Brandon Brock, DC DACNB and Bo Brock, DVM,
(Texas) will be
Horse in Motion: A Clinical and Neurological Perspective
Dr. Bo Brock
is a 1990 Magna Cum Laude D.V.M. graduate of Texas A&M University and
was also certified by the Equine Board of Veterinary Practitioners in
2004 (DAVBP). Dr. Brock is the owner and operator of Brock
Dr. Brandon Brock
is a 1998 graduate of Parker College. He is a Diplomate of the
American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACNB) and a Fellow of the
American College of Functional Neurology, American Board of Vestibular
Veterinary Clinic in Lamesa Texas. He has operated this growing and
thriving clinic since 1992. He typically sees approximately 7000
equine patients per year and does 400 arthroscopic procedures per year
and 125 colic surgeries per year. This makes him one of the busiest
and most experienced equine doctors and surgeons in the entire
country. He currently has five Veterinarians on the staff of
his animal hospital which does virtually every equine procedure
including manipulation and manual medicine. Dr. Brock does over 1200
lameness workups per year which makes his interest and knowledge in
gait and equine biomechanics second to none.
Dr. Brock has also served as an adjunct professor at Texas Tech
University in the past. Dr. Brock was awarded the prestigious equine
practitioner of the year by the Texas veterinary medical association
in 2007. He is currently part of the editorial board compendium of
continuing education and is on the board of Directors for the Texas
equine veterinary association and Texas veterinary medicine
American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties and International
College of Chiropractors. He is also a family nurse practitioner,
Certified Clinical Nutritionist and serves as chairman for the
American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties. Dr. Brock has a
passion for lecturing on topics related to chiropractic care, the
nervous system, neurological disease, nutrition, pharmacology,
immunology, and directing students on how to diagnose and treat basic
and complicated conditions. His life mission and purpose is to never
stop learning because he feels like his students and patients deserve
Dr. Brock currently works at Rockwall Pediatrics in Rockwall Texas and
serves in the role of family pediatric care, pediatric cardiology and
urgent care and is also Professor of Neurology for the Carrick
Institute and advisor and lecturer for Apex Energetics. His blend of
clinical and teaching experience along with his multidisciplinary
educational background creates a unique perspective on treatment
options and optimal wellness for patients in today’s healthcare
The Brock Mission: Together, both doctors offer an evolving and
expanding understanding on what it takes to make a horse function at its
optimum. This may involve the use of medication, surgery, rehabilitation
and manual therapy. Whatever the combination is, they are striving to
determine protocols that are ultimately going to be the best for the
animal being treated. They both understand that the root cause related to
many issues of pathology to any animal is proper biomechanics, proper
neurological function and having doctors that look at the animal as a
David Browning, DC
(Texas), an AVCA Certified Doctor, is an Associate Professor in
the Philosophy and Technique Department at Parker College of
Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. Heis a frequent lecturer for Parker
Seminars and post-graduate programs. He is a 1991 graduate of
Palmer-West, he has been involved in state and national board review
courses as well as several post
graduate seminars. He has been practicing animal chiropractic since
earning his AVCA cetification in 2003.
Wild at Heart: Purpose with Passion:
The first half of the presentation will be a look back at the
founding principles and core values of animal chiropractic. The
second half will focus on the future of animal chiropractic.
Gene Giggleman, DVM
(Texas), AVCA Certified Doctor, is
Parker University College of Chiropractic, Dean of Academic
Affairs, 2000-present, Parker College of Chiropractic, Dean Center for
Basic Science, 1995-2000, Parker College of Chiropractic, professor;
Systemic Anatomy, Pharmacology/Toxicology, 1994 - present, North Lake
College, adjuvant professor; Anatomy and Physiology 1989-1994, Parker
College of Chiropractic, associate professor; Pathology, Pharmacology,
Toxicology and Physiology, 1983-1987, Parker College of Chiropractic,
Dean of Student Affairs, 1984-1986, Texas A & M University; Department
of Chemistry, D. R. Lee, Proctor and tutor, 1978-1981, Bryan Community
College , Bryan, Texas, Instructor, 1976. Dr. Giggleman has also
served on the AVCA Board as President-Elect, and currently serving as
president. He lectures nationally at both chiropractic and
Adjusting in Companion Animals - Learn how to use the Activator instrument to adjust your
small animal patients. Instrument adjusting is fast, easy to learn and
less stressful on you and your patient. Excellent to use for geriatric
and very young patients. Excellent to use on stressed animals. This
program gives you the history, the theory and the how to for use of
the Activator instrument.
(New York), an AVCA Certified Doctor, has been working on animals in
conjunction with local veterinarians since 1997 when she received her
basic certification in animal chiropractic from the AVCA. She then
went on to complete her advanced certification through the AVCA. Dr.
Gigliotti has completed a 700+ hour course in animal neurology which
will eventually lead to a master’s degree.
Over the years,
Dr. Gigliotti has completed numerous seminars and classes in
neurology, biomechanics and energy therapies. She has also trained
with leading practitioners in those fields to improve her knowledge
and skills. Dr. Gigliotti uses a combination of techniques and
modalities to help your animal achieve its maximum health potential.
SOT Part 1 and 2
– This will be an introduction into the philosophy, art and science
behind SOT. WE will learn the terminology and indicators used in
SOT. We will learn the neurology behind how and why SOT is an
effective chiropractic treatment that can be used with animals.
We will be
taking the neurology, terminology and indicators learned in part 1 and
begin applying them to animal cases. WE will learn how to evaluate
the whole animal as an interconnected system of systems. Using SOT we
will learn what to do and where to go with the adjustment.
– This lab is intended to assist the doctor in improving their
observation and palpations skills so they can formulate the most
effective treatment plans for the animal patient.
Amy Hayek, DVM
Carolina), an AVCA Certified Doctor,
was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She graduated from Iowa State
University (B.S., M.A.), and Colorado State University (DVM). During
her first life she taught college level English. Following 6 years of
that she attended veterinary school. After practicing for 3 months,
she enrolled in the Chi Institute for her Acupuncture certificate, and
later attended The Healing Oasis for both animal chiropractic and
advanced neurology. She currently lives with her husband, Dr. Bill
Dallas, TX, along
with their children, dogs, horse and cat. How many they have depends
on the day of the month. She is grateful for such a fine group of
people here in the AVCA.
Recurrent Short Stride, Angular Deformity, Handedness, Club Foot
Tendency and the Chiropractor’s Duty will discuss how the development of these right front leg dysfunctions
are neurologically related, can be resolved with chiropractic, and how
treatment of the subluxation may involve ancillary modalities to
correct the subluxation. Show the relationship to right hind short
stride, G.I. sensory tract involvement, motor function of distinct
muscle groups and other areas of the horse that are affected. These
ancillary modalities include changes in the environment,
nutrition/diet, and addressing the internal environment of the
animal. Use of a team approach will change the conformation and
prevent further injury, and will necessitate
education of the farrier/trimmer. Notes and information on how to
discuss this with the farriers will aid the animal chiropractor in
achieving this end.
Dental Motion and
Its relationship to Chiropractic in the Dog and the Horse.
This lecture will discuss a clinical review of the differences between
dental anatomy, evolution, and motion and how changes to normal
occlusion can affect movement in the animal. This review will focus
on the biomechanics of four legged animals and attempt to point out
the majority of ways the mouth, teeth, jaw, tooth wear, tongue
position, bone and musculature influence the chiropractic adjustment. The reason for focus on the
mouth is to point out to animal chiropractors the need to pay
attention to this when evaluating and diagnosing the subluxation, in
particular, the recurring subluxation that is difficult to resolve.
Donald Howard, DVM
(Oregon) , an AVCA Certified Doctor,
graduated WSU in 1968 as a DVM, and practices
in Portland Oregon. Two years under Dr. John Metcalf in an equine
practice. Started own practice
in Salem, Oregon in 1970, doing strictly equine medicine and surgery.
He constructed Twin Oaks Veterinary Hospital, in 1976, a complete
medical-surgical facility for equine and small animals.
Rotary member 14 years, (Board member 4 years), Back
Country Horsemen of Oregon/America, member since
1994; Chaired Land Use/ Legislative Committee 3 years, Past President
Salem Executives Association , Past President Marion Polk Veterinary
Assoc, Past Board Member and current member OVMA, Past President and
current President Northwest Equine Practitioners Assoc, AAEP current
member, AVCA current member past Board Member/ Certification Chair,
IVAS Certified 1997, AVCA Certified 1999, AAVA member, AVMA member.
He and wife Joan, have been married for 34 years, and have
two children, Jodi and Holly. Dr. Howard is currently in private
Salem, Oregon and
Failure in the Equine Lab:
This lab is
designed to demonstrate on the live horse the use of acupressure
points to help determine underlying causes of Chiropractic failures.
Specific acupressure points, meridians, trigger points and syndromes
will be discussed and demonstrated. This is an advanced lab,
attendance of related lecture is highly recommended.
Jay Komarek, DC
(Colorado), an AVCA Certified Doctor, began his career in Chiropractic
in 1997, adjusting both humans and animals. He also began teaching
Holistic Health at local college in
at the same time he began his practice. He has been involved in
education for chiropractors throughout his career. He speaks
throughout the country for chiropractic organizations and colleges.
He has worked with numerous veterinary practices since receiving his
animal chiropractic certification. He has managed chiropractic
offices, personnel and has a healthy career in chiropractic. His wife
Mimi is also a chiropractor and together they are raising their
daughter Sophia. He current has offices in Boulder and Durango,
Colorado. He also travels throughout the country taking care of
animals, primarily horses.
of Neurology as it relates to Force Application in the Correction and Restoration of Balance of the
This two hour presentation will cover Art, Science and Philosophy of Chiropractic as it relates to the
delivery of the
chiropractic adjustment to subluxated and fixated structures. We will
be covering neurological pathways, stored energy potentials of
structures as well as the physics of mass, speed and acceleration. I will be presenting the most current
neurology available on the subject.
DC, MSc (Alberta)
is the husband of the charming and intelligent Maria Lawson, a
volunteer with the AVCA. They have two delightful children, the older
a professor at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, and the
younger a team leader specialist with WestJet airlines. Doug and
Maria have over 40 years of experience in examination design and
implementation. Doug has a Master of Science degree from the
University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine, and Medical Education
Research Unit. His area of special interest was in psychometrics.
As a second generation chiropractor, Doug has contributed as the Chair
of the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board and Chief Executive
Officer. He was also the Registrar of the College of Chiropractors of
Alberta. For his service to the chiropractic profession he has
been recognized with a lifetime honorary member of the College of
Chiropractors of Alberta, an honorary member of the Canadian
Chiropractic Association, and the Medal of Merit of the Canadian
Chiropractic Association. He has published over fifteen articles
in peer reviewed journals and sits on the editorial
board of three journals. He is a long-time
volunteer of his time and expertise to the animal chiropractic
profession working with the American Veterinary Chiropractic
Association. Doug also is a long-time volunteer for The Arthritis
Question Writing Workshop and
Delphi/Scope of Practice Round Table Discussion
Dr. Lawson is making sure that you
the AVCA Certified Doctor is defining your profession.
(Pennsylvania), an AVCA Certified Doctor, currently is
the staff chiropractor for
Fox Run Equine
Center and Point Breeze Veterinary Clinic, and has been practicing
chiropractic for 20 years, 12 of those include working with animals.
She has received certification from the prestigious American
Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA), and has completed all of the requirements, including a
research project and internship, for the advanced
certification (formerly known as the Diplomate Program). She served
as a Practice Standards committee member and examiner for the AVCA.
Dr. LiVolsi was the first chiropractor in
hospital privileges and worked at the University. She has written and
produced an educational video on animal chiropractic, complete and
presented a research project
of Femur Misalignments in the Canine) at Options for Animals. She
provides continuing education seminars, teaching her own EnergyWorks
Chiropractic Technique and the Intense Review “Plus” seminars. She has
spoken at the Ohio State Board of Veterinary Medicine’s Midwest
Conference and the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association’s
Annual Conference. Dr. Livolsi has also traveled several times to
Cairo, Egypt, where she adjusts military horses, endurance racer, hunter/jumpers and guard dogs.
Reflex Testing Made Easy (NMRT): This course is for the doctor who is curious about NeuroMuscular
Reflex Testing (NMRT), more commonly known as “muscle testing”. This
inter active lecture will be hands-on with other participants in the
class; small animal labs following day. De-bunk, de-mystify misconceptions;
use Monday morning! Our time will be thought-provoking, active and
lots of fun!
of related lecture is highly recommended as a prerequisite for the
Mancini, DC, FICC, FACC, FICA, (Texas)
is the President of Parker University College of Chiropractic, and is
an internationally acclaimed bi-lingual speaker, author, educator,
philanthropist, and president of one of the leading Universities in
the world. His childhood dreams of serving humanity ignited in Texas
where he pursued pre-medicine at the
in preparation to become a neurosurgeon. He later enrolled as a
student at Parker College of Chiropractic where he discovered his true
passion for life – empowering individuals to take responsibility for
their own health and life.
Now, a sought after guest on radio and television programs,
Dr. Mancini travels the world inspiring thousands each year with his
innovative messages of success, service, health, and wellness. Dr. Mancini’s enthusiasm
for life is contagious and has earned him
recognitions, including Heroes for Humanities, Humanitarian of the
year, CEO of the year, etc. Additionally, Dr. Mancini has given
testimony to the White House Commission for Complementary and
Alternative Medicine and has served for years on the Texas Governor’s
Advisory Council on Physical Fitness. He serves as the Health expert
for CNN Espanol and Univision. He received
the honor of having Mexico’s new leading University, UNEVE, name their
Library after him.
Dr. Mancini is the co-author of the best-selling books
Chicken Soup for the Chiropractic Soul, Well Adjusted Soul and Four
Steps to Living a Fabulous Life. He also has been inducted into
the Wellness Revolutionaries Hall of Fame for his contributions in
this field and is an active member of the National Speakers
Association. He is also the proud father of Daniella, a beautiful
Maltese and Chloe, a small and energetic Yorkie.
A Vision for the
Future of Animal Chiropractic:
In this inspiring
presentation, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, President of Parker University
College of Chiropractic, will share compelling stories on why
Chiropractic for animals is one of the disciplines that is attracting
a tremendous amount of interest. He will share a vision of the future
growth of Animal Chiropractic and the trends that are impacting the
decisions our patients will make. He will discuss effective
communication and business principles that will allow you to serve
more people and pets. Also, he will share insights on what is
happening within and outside of Chiropractic and how that can help you
position yourself as the professional to go to.
(Texas), an AVCA Certified Doctor, received a BS in animal science in
1982 and then in 1984 he returned to Iowa State University to pursue a
veterinary degree. Since graduating in 1988 Dr. Ormston has worked in
or owned mixed animal practices. In 1998 he attended Options for
Animals and became certified in animal chiropractic care. In 2004 he
completed his degree in Veterinary Homeopathy from the British
Institute of Homeopathy. He currently practices in Dallas metroplex
or Charleston, South Carolina area where he uses a blend of
traditional and alternative therapies to treat both large and small
Dr. Ormston is
an instructor in the Parker Chiropractic College’s Post Graduate
course in animal chiropractic. Bill and his partner and wife, Amy
Hayek have a television show that has aired on 4 continents and airs
up to 12 times per week here in the US. The main focus of the program
is horse health through the use of alternative therapies, mainly
chiropractic. Dr. Ormston has authored three books on alternative
therapies in animals and is a regular contributor to several
publications. He has teamed with Sports Motion, Inc to bring
economical video gait analysis to the animal world. He has helped
Erchonia Medical bring their class 3 laser into the veterinary
market. Their four children, Riley, Philip, Jessica and Robert
consider their place home when not at college as do a varying number
of pets in Celina, Texas.
Whiplash in the Dog.
acceleration/deceleration (CAD) injuries have not been mentioned in
veterinary literature. The finding of a study of 100 plus dogs will
be presented as well as current methods to diagnosis and help dogs
with these injuries.
of Leg Length in the Quadruped.
The importance of leg length in quadruped locomotion and diagnosis
will be examined. The similarities and differences between the biped
and the quadruped will be examined as well as ways to determine leg
length in both the horse and the do.
Lab - Saddle Fit:
This lab will
examine the problems of saddle fit, then looks at ways to fix them for
a given rider and horse. After years of frustration with fitting
saddles and getting different opinions from each person that looked at
a saddle Dr. Ormston has stumbled upon several tools that take the
guess work out of saddle fit. This lab will be a hands-on
introduction into use of these tools.
Lab - Doctor's Rounds:
a confidence building, idea exchanging opportunity for animal
chiropractors of all experience levels. Your group of doctors has an
hour to adjust the patients in front of you. The group should use
this time to exchange ideas and information with each other. This is
your time with a group of your peers in a non judgmental environment.
Exchange, ask, learn and enjoy. Everyone has something to offer.
AVCA Chicken Stew – Animal Chiropractic Technique: These sessions, equine and canine, are
meant to allow AVCA
Certified Doctors to present new techniques, different listings,
technique modifications, and pearls of practice so that all AVCA
animal chiropractic professionals will gain from your experience.
Michael K. Powell, DC, DACNB
(Iowa), uses a “whole person approach” when taking care of his
patients. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, state of the
art physiotherapy procedures, and providing the newest and best
natural vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today, Dr.
Powell is able to help you to accelerate and /or maintain your journey
to good health. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Powell
serves as an instructor, teaching other doctors how to help patients
with difficult Neurologic presentations. Over the years his
affiliation with the Carrick Institute has taken him to lecture in the
US, Canada and Europe. Each year he instructs approximately 200 hours
of postgraduate coursework in clinical neurology.
Lecturer – Clinical Neurology and other topics to doctors of
Chiropractic, educators, Neurologic rehabilitation specialists,
patient and advocate organizations and students
ranging from elementary, middle school,
high school, undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Dr.
Powell currently serves as president of the Iowa Board of Chiropractic
Brain: How Adjustments Remodel the Architecture of the Nervous
System: After this lecture the learner will be able to explain
how environmental receptors receive and transmit signals, how
consistent firing physically changes neurons and how adjustments
change signaling of constantly firing receptors. The learner will be
able to apply the following in a clinical setting. Assessment of
deficient firing in an area of the nervous system, perform adjustments
appropriate to addressing deficient brain activity and rehab
parameters appropriate to addressing deficient brain activity.
an AVCA Certified
Doctor, enjoys teaching the science, philosophy and art of
chiropractic at Parker University in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Redenbaugh has
lectured worldwide spreading the good news about both human and animal
chiropractic. As past Chair of the Department of Chiropractic
Philosophy and Techniques, Dr. Redenbaugh has been responsible for the
instruction of techniques ranging from B.E.S.T. to Gonstead. When
asked how to reconcile the disparity between such low force and high
force techniques he says “Sometimes you have to whisper…sometimes you
have to shout!” Dr. Redenbaugh maintains a private family
chiropractic practice in Denton, Texas.
Spinal Analysis and Technique:
explores the various methods that can be used to detect and correct
those subluxations that are found outside of the spinal column. We
will look at some of the basic anatomy associated with extremity
joints and the resultant neurological ramifications that occur when
these joints become subluxated. Determine how to accurately detect
these subluxations using different methods such as static and motion
palpation. Demonstrate how to effectively and safely adjust those
subluxations. Finally, how to re-assess those joints to insure that
your adjustment has corrected the subluxation.
William L. Schmidt, DC
(Arkansas), AVCA Certificant,
College of Chiropractic graduate,
has been adjusting animals over 20 years. The majority of his practice
being thoroughbreds, though he has adjusted rodeo bulls to exotic
birds. He has published Instructions on How to Adjust Animal
Sternums, the Costo-Sternal and Costo-Chondral Articulations and
An Addendum to the Sternum and Rib Adjustment Techniques books.
He lectures to interested groups nationwide.
Dr. Schmidt’s predominately visceral practice addresses a
variety of acute and chronic conditions which includes blood chemistry
and therapeutic nutrition. He holds certifications in
Spinal Biomechanics Institute; Spinal Impairment and Disability rating; and the
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. He also holds two
Certifications and one Fellowship in Human Acupuncture.
He is a 2nd term Delegate (Arkansas Chiropractic Society),
AVCA Board of Directors member, American Chiropractic Association
member, Council on Diagnosis and Family Practice, Council on
Diagnostic Imaging, and Council for Chiropractic Hospital and
He and his wife Kristen live on a mountaintop near
National Park, Arkansas.
Lab - Hands-On
with Dr. Schmidt:
Observation and recognition of different forms of abnormal structure,
motion and the correction of these problems.
M. Shoemaker, DVM (Pennsylvania)
AVCA Certificant Dr. Judith
Shoemaker, internationally known practitioner and educator, has been
affiliated with premiere equine sports therapy centers, providing
maintenance, therapeutic management and consultation to US and
international equine competitors. She has taught anatomy at the
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
and has regularly instructed for several universities including
University of Pennsylvania, University of North Carolina, University
of Minnesota, and Tufts University.
Dr. Shoemaker graduated from the University of Georgia
College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. Dr. Shoemaker is
currently licensed in 17 states, and is an international instructor
and consultant in complementary veterinary therapies. She is a
certified veterinary acupuncturist and lecturer through IVAS
(International Veterinary Acupuncture Society) and AAVA (American
Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture) and is certified through
Veterinary Chiropractic Association) of which she was a
Dr. Shoemaker conducts a complementary medicine mixed
practice with a focus on sports medicine, acupuncture, chiropractic,
farriery, dentistry, and adjunctive therapies for difficult
Her patients include top-level competitors of many
disciplines and wonderful companions as well.
Sacro-Pelvic Adjusting Techniques: This referenced, experience
and evidence based presentation of sacro-pelvic adjusting techniques
will integrate detailed concepts important to accurate, successful
management of chiropractic cases, including relevant skeletal, neural
and fascial anatomy, clinical neurology, and practical
considerations. It will give practitioners new insights into the
complex interactions of interventions and discuss techniques that are
easily applied in practice.
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