Applied Functional Neurology – The Saga
Animal Chiropractic is a growing field and the growth potential is limited only by the number of students that take the course each year. Graduates of the program will have the tools necessary to successfully complete the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association certification exam and establish an animal chiropractic practice.
Course registrants will have access to the ACES secure website where students will be able to download notes, watch webinars and Power Point presentations, and complete quizzes relative to the material, in the order necessary to progress through the program. The student may choose the speed with which he or she completes each section.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level DC or DVM
- Language English
- Students 1
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
I liked being able to put this down and walk away from it for a while. I could pick it up and study when I chose to. It all enhances what I do with animals. It ultimately increases the value of what I do for the client…
It gave a good review of the ANS. Then specific actions of the ANS and how they apply to animal chiropractic. I found it valuable in its application to animal chiropractic…S. Shaw I like that is was informal in the manner of lecture and left the subject open for it's intrinsic complexity...meaning their are many possibilities within the interactions of the brain/ nervous system/pathways/..we are still learning new things. It is always good to have review to remind us of ways our patients can display symptoms of nervous system dysfunction...very subtle or obvious. Review can also spark new interest in looking more closely at our patients for signs of a problem before it gets too serious…
South Carolina Association of Veterinarians – Approved for 2.5 hours of traditional CE
American Association of Veterinary State Boards. Registry of Approved Continuing Education. Pending.