The purpose of the examination
process is to ensure the public and the animal chiropractic profession
that those candidates who pass written comprehensive and clinical examinations are
suitable for certification in the field of animal chiropractic. The
examinations are designed to evaluate the suitability for practice in the
international animal chiropractic environment.
2014 Examination September 5-6. Location:
Northeast Oklahoma A & M College, Miami, Oklahoma.
Application deadline June 26,
2014 Handbooks are exam specific.
Post Graduate Programs
Doctors currently enrolled in approved programs are
eligible for a complimentary Student Membership. Get application
from Forms page or contact the office.
Oasis Wellness Center, Sturtevant, WI 53177, 262-898-1680, Fax
262-886-6460 Web Site:
Kansas, 309-658-2920, Fax: 309-658-2622 Web Site:
College of Chiropractic, 2500 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 75229, Post
Graduate Department, Michelle Yungblut, 800-266-4723 or 214-902-2479
Ontario: Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre. Brantford,
Ontario, Canada, 519-448-1306, Fax 519-756-1597 Web Site:
Academy for Veterinary Chiropractic and Healing Arts, Kalbe, Germany,
Telephone +49-4282-590688, Fax +49-721-151366446, Web Site
Calendar of Upcoming
Certification is valid for 3 years. The ACCC/AVCA is committed
to promoting life-long continual improvement for those who have
earned certification in animal chiropractic. Certificants are
responsible for renewing their certification every 3 years.
Recertification requirements mandate a minimum of 30 approved
credits every 3 years.
__20 or more
hours ACCC approved
chiropractic continuing education
__10 hours or
acquired through approved literature, pre-approved
cross-professional training, pre-approved certificant
presentation/lecture/s and, accompanying and observing another
ACCC/AVCA Certified Doctor
In order to
receive important communications, policy updates and
information, it is imperative that the ACCC be informed of
certificantís current address information.