Animal Chiropractic Certification
220-Hour Animal Chiropractic Certification
Do you need to be certified to practice animal chiropractic? That’s a tricky question that is dependent upon your degree (are you a chiropractor or veterinarian?), and the State in which you practice. You need to determine what is required based on your professional degree and the laws of your State.
We only train licensed chiropractors and veterinarians, or students in their second half of school.
Our mission is to “Foster Confidence, Competence, and Certainty in the Traditional Principles, Philosophy, Art, Science and Professional Objectives of Animal Chiropractic.”
There are multiple certifications available for graduates of animal chiropractic programs, including (but not limited to) the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA), International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA), and the Association for Principled Animal Chiropractic (APAC).
While we don’t specifically teach to a certain certification organization, our philosophy, goals, and intent are very much in line with the AVCA, APAC, IVCA, and the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations (IFCO), as each are committed to spreading Chiropractic and Animal Chiropractic around the World, while maintaining Chiropractic’s original tenants.
Our intention is to prepare our graduates such that they will perform quite well on certification exams, including AVCA or IVCA.