Continuing Education

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Advanced Equine AND Canine Techniques CE Seminars




  • Equine: Thursday July 25th, 12pm-6pm & Friday July 26th, 9am-5pm
  • Canine:Saturday July 27th, 9am-5pm & Sunday July 28th, 9am-1pm

Seminar will review all pertinent joints, musculature, neurology and biomechanics related to adjustments taught during the weekend. Basic techniques will be reviewed, and Advanced Techniques will be introduced and demonstrated as well as lots of interactive hands-on lab time with instructors. Time will also be allotted for clinical discussions and applications for particular adjustments.


  • Equine: Dr. Kim Adie, Dr. Scott Hie, Dr. Annette Langlois & Dr. Ernie Perry
  • Canine: Dr. Kim Adie & Dr. Annette Langlois


Delaney Veterinary Services [map]
52218 Range Road 223
Sherwood Park, Alberta   T8C 1B1


$715 CAD per seminar OR $1330 CAD + GST for both seminars.

***A total of 30 registrations are required to run the seminars (canine and equine combined) *** Monies will be refunded if enrollment numbers are not met***

Registration Deadline is July 12th. Register early!!


Pending CoAC and AVCA approval for continuing education credits
This seminar is open to veterinarians and chiropractors who have successfully completed a CoAC, AVCA or IVCA approved basic level Animal Chiropractic/Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy program.

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Past CE Seminars

Advanced Canine Techniques CE Seminar

Seminar will begin with a focus on all pertinent joints, musculature, neurology and biomechanics related to adjustments discussed during the weekend. Basic as well as Advanced Techniques and set-ups will be taught along with interactive hands-on lab time. Total hands-on time will be over 5 hours. Time and focus will also be allotted for clinical discussions and scenarios and applications of indications for particular adjustments.


Dr. Gloria Bracchetti, Dr. Annette Langlois & Dr. Kim Adie

Advanced Equine Extremities Techniques CE Seminar

Seminar will begin with a boney and muscle review. The focus will be on all joints of the extremities from the glenohumeral joint and distally and the coxofemoral joint and distally. There will also be a classroom review of techniques and setups followed by a hands-on lab. Total hands-on time will be 8 hours.


Dr. Scott Hie & Dr. Ernie Perry

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About Veterinary Chiropractic

In concert with appropriate veterinary care, many specific musculo-skeletal conditions are well addressed by animal chiropractic. In addition, numerous animal care-takers understand the value of chiropractic in the over-all health and wellness of their dogs, cats, horses and other animals. Benefits of animal chiropractic include, enhanced performance, function and quality of life.

About The VCLC

The staff of the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre has over 170 years of combined experience in both Veterinary Medicine and Chiropractic. Our students gain the benefit of this diverse expertise. We welcome Doctors of Veterinary Medicine and Chiropractic to our website and ultimately to our programs.