Doctors of Chiropractic and Doctors of Veterinary Medicine working together to expand and promote the knowledge and advancement of Animal Manipulation Care.

In order to become A.V.C.A. (American Veterinary Chiropractic Association) certified in animal manipulation, a graduate from one of the three post graduate programs (consisting of 200 hours) in the U.S. (approved by the A.V.C.A) must pass both the A.V.C.A. written and clinical competency examinations.

Currently, I am one of approximately four D.C.’s and D.V.M.’s in Dallas and Fort Worth certified in animal manipulation by the A.V.C.A.

Instructor, Animal Basic Manipulation

Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, TX



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