IAVC Basic Veterinary Chiropractic Course Quadruped Logan Basic Technique
Quadruped Logan Basic Technique with Silvia Marti Korff, DVM, Spainand Dr. Donald Moffatt, DVM, DVSc., Germany
To Hugh B. Logan, who began his chiropractic studies in 1915, Chiropractic Philosophy promised a correction of all subluxations and ailments, both chronic as well as acute. Years after graduation, however, he discovered that his chronic ailments and subluxations were but slightly changed or reduced. He therefore concluded that the results accruing from Chiropractic procedures fell short of the tenets of its Philosophy. Dr. Logan began investigating, and in 1923, temporarily left his practice to further study his discovery: that abnormal body support, which permits the body of the lowest freely movable vertebra to change in its relationship with the sacrum in accord with the law of gravity, was the main reason any known method failed to consistently reduce distortions. The conclusion of his studies resulted in the PRIMARY PREMISE OF BASIC TECHNIQUE:
"The body of the lowest movable vertebra always rotates toward the low side of the sacrum or the foundation upon which it rests, and rotates toward the high iliac crest when that crest is high as a result of sacral subluxation."
All Germany modules are scheduled to take place in Sittensen, Lower Saxony (located halfway between Hamburg and Bremen).
Language of instruction is English and the summer courses do offer simultaneous translation into German. The Winter courses will not include simultaneous translation of theory lectures into German language.
All other aspects of the course (notes, personal tutoring, practical sessions and exams) will be available in German.