The Structural and Integrated Sciences provide the basic science of the animal in health and disease. The Clinical and Applied Sciences provide the tools for assessing the normal and abnormal functioning of the animal when static and in motion, and leads to the decision in terms of whether, and how to intervene appropriately. The Practice and Professionalism section relates to all activities subsequent to that decision, ie the skills relating to practical adjusting, practice management and life long learning.
A professional qualification in Osteopathy, Chiropractic or Physiotherapy, which would qualify the holder for registration with the General Osteopathic Council, General Chiropractic Council or Chartered Institute of Physiotherapists as appropriate. OR A member of the Royal Veterinary College of Surgeons. OR A degree in Animal Science, Equine Science or other University degrees where 80% of the course content includes comparative anatomy, basic physiology and biochemistry.
Recipient: McTimoney College of Chiropractic
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