You care deeply for your patients. Your life’s passion revolves around keeping them happy and healthy. Maybe you chose this job you love because you have more compassion for animals than any other human on the planet.
But, it’s frustrating when it feels like you spend most of your time taking care of sick or unhealthy animals. Yes, it feels great to help them get better, but wouldn’t it be better to help prevent those health problems in the first place? You would like to have more clients who bring their animals to you on a regular basis instead of only when the animal is in dire straights. You’d like to spend more of your time working with your patients when they’re well and helping them stay well. And, it would be nice if you were better equipped to address the needs of patients like paralyzed dogs and the horses with those mysterious ‘shifting leg lameness’ problems.
You may be starting to feel your passion for animals hold you back personally. You’re struggling to find a better work-life balance without letting your clients down. You may have even been putting your personal needs aside so you can care for your patients. You’d love to be able to have more control of your schedule while adding more value to what you love doing.
Would you like to have a routinely steady cash flow that is not seasonally dependent upon either show season or breeding season for regular income? Even when you absolutely love what you do, unsteady income can place a lot of stress on you, your business, and your family. Maybe it’s time to find a way to supplement your income while still pursuing what you love.
Animal Chiropractic can help you do all of this and more.
Why Animal Chiropractic?
Animal Chiropractic is more than just moving bones. It ultimately addresses the health of the spine which addresses the health of everything else. Animal Chiropractors understand the root causes of many seemingly untreatable disease processes in their animal patients.
To learn more about how you can improve your animal patients’ lives, watch this interview with Liz Davies, DVM. Dr. Davies talks about her experience with Animal Chiropractic on her own patients.
Animal Chiropractic 101 gives veterinarians the tools for understanding
- Neurological Cases
- Gait Analysis
- Pain Management
- Saddle Fit
- Movement Issues
- Cellular Function
- Getting to the Root Cause
Would you love to make fewer trips away from your practice? Want to infuse your practice with new insights that will help your patients even more? Is it becoming more difficult to face patients each day, feeling that your skills and talents have become a repetitious labor?
What do Animal Chiropractors Do?
Animal chiropractors prevent emergencies by helping the animal’s nervous system respond better to its environment. They learn the relationship between the nervous system and illness in a way that helps their animals avoid and overcome what often appears to be insurmountable odds.
Animal chiropractors see their patients more frequently, often monthly, to maintain the normal balance of the nervous system so their patients can live longer, happier lives.
Animal chiropractors treat their patients before they become ill by seeing them on a more frequent basis, often at a lower annual cost to the owner than a single emergency visit. This results in a more steady income, while also resulting in a generally longer relationship between the owner and the Animal Chiropractor.
Why Should You Choose Us?
The Animal Chiropractic 101 course at Animal Chiropractic Education Source is designed for doctors who have busy practices, want to treat both dogs and horses, want to be able to sit for the AVCA Certification Exam with confidence in their education, and who want the flexibility to take the course on their own schedule. Take the 129 hours online at your own pace. Take the laboratories when they fit into your schedule.
Our graduates testify to the benefits of an ACES education better than we can. Listen to what Dr. Andrew Lewis had to say about his training at ACES.
We know that you have a choice when it comes to your animal chiropractic education. We also firmly believe that ACES is the best source for your animal chiropractic education. Hear why Dr. Liz Davies agrees with us.
All of our courses are available for licensed professionals. Most have been approved for veterinary CE credits.
Is Animal Chiropractic 101 right for you?
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