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AOVET Improving Patient Care Cross Species

Title 
IAVC course- Introduction to Applied Kinesiology (formerly AK I) with Dr. Carl DeStefano

Date 
Oct. 25-27, 2019

Location 
AECC University College, Parkwood Campus, 13-15 Parkwood Rd, Dorset, Bournemouth, United Kingdom BH5 2DF

Description 
Introduction to Applied Kinesiology provides a structured overview of Applied Kinesiology and its potential use in a functional neurology approach. Introduction to Applied Kinesiology material includes an overview of Applied Kinesiology and its use as a functional neurologic testing procedure. Proper muscle testing technique is taught as a “window” to central nervous system function. Muscle spindle cell and golgi tendon organ techniques are taught as an introduction to vertebral challenge. Vertebral and extremity challenge allows the doctor to test for the presence of subluxations as well as determining the proper line of correction. Pelvic subluxation as defined in the basic certification course, is greatly expanded to define three types of pelvic categories. Methods for their diagnosis and correction are taught. Injury recall technique is a method to erase the neurological memory of past injuries which often interfere with normal healing, allowing subluxations to return.

Website 
Not Available

Species 
Canine, Equine

Language 
English

Translations 
No

Organizers 
International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic

Contact 
Dr. Donald Moffatt

Contact  Address 
Dorfstr. 17 A, 27419 Freetz Germany

Phone 
+49 4282 590099

Fax 
+49 4282 591852

Email 
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