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Posted on 03-07-2016
A few years ago, I was showing another chiropractor some of the work that I do. My wife, Marianne, was serving as the patient for this demonstration.
When we were done, Marianne got off of the adjusting table and said, "Man! What you do is complicated!"
Well, yes, it is.
Last week, Nicki spent a lot of time with us at KVet. She is a student at Palmer College of Chiropractic. She will graduate with her DC degree next year.
She already has a Bachelors degree, that she earned at Penn State.
And there is a lot more work that goes into preparing to do what we do.
A lot of what I do is based on an approach to Chiropractic called Applied Kinesiology. Nicki has already gone through that training and passed the exam given by the International College of Applied Kinesiology.
Here's what yet lies ahead.
I took a course in Animal Chiropractic at Options For Animals, College of Animal Chiropractic. That course was 1 week a month for 5 months, and then there was a certification exam from the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association.
Additionally, as lots of you know, I took a course in Veterinary Rehabilitation. That was 4 more trips over this past fall and winter.
I have also taken coursework specifically in Laser Therapy.
All of that goes into every visit I do at KVet.
We want to assure you that whenever you come see us, you will be treated to the best care from the most prepared professionals.
Even if, yes, it's complicated.
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