Animal Chiropractic Education Source

A.C.E.S.

10771 Highway 6

Meridian, TX 76665

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Animal Chiropractic Education Source is an equal opportunity educational school. Students are accepted based on their previous level of education alone and not based on race, religion, sex, or diagnosed handicaps. 

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Osseous Anatomy

This course contains all the osseous anatomy courses offered in Animal Chiropractic 101 for review.

 

Certificate: AVCA

Duration: 8.5 hours

Assessments: Yes

Skill Level: DC or DVM

Lectures: 6

Quizzes: 6

Language: English

Osseous Anatomy Review

$339.95Price
  • Osseous Anatomy

    The osseous anatomy of the Sacropelvic region is discussed, to include the topographical anatomic landmarks.  The emphasis is placed on the horse and dog anatomy with individual variations of other animals discussed when appropriate.  Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor. Cranial osseous anatomy; the goal of this lecture is to help the animal chiropractor be able to identify the bones of the skull in the dog and the horse. You may find it helpful that we will repeat some of the information more than once. You may also find some of the additional information helpful in committing to memory the actual locations and shapes of these bones along with their relationship to chiropractic as this study allows the animal chiropractor to make more definite judgments for treatment. Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor.  Cervical Osseous Anatomy examines the boney structure of the neck in various species, specifically the dog and the horse.  Some comparative anatomy is discussed in order to point out the function of anatomical differences found in each species as they relate to gravity and anatomical form.  In order to understand behaviors and effects of the environment on the animal we look to form and individual changes in the boney anatomy. The goal of this lecture is to orient the animal chiropractic student to the osseous portion of the cervical spine in the dog and the horse.  Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor.  Thoracic Osseous Anatomy lecture is designed to introduce the student to the osseous structure of the thorax of the dog and the horse.  This opens the discussion regarding the most stable portion of the trunk to which the muscles of motion attach and achieve locomotion of the animal.  The student will be able to identify osseous portions of each animal, including the spinous and rib portions and understand the purpose of each.  Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor.  Lumbar Osseous Anatomy lecture is designed to introduce the student to the osseous structure of the lumbar region of the animal.  This lecture will examine the function of the spinous structures in the lumbar region and their function in attachment for muscles.  The goal of this lecture is to bring to animal chiropractic students a new-found appreciation for the lumbar spine in their animal patients.  Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor.  Thoracic Limb Osseous Anatomy is a course that covers the osseous anatomy of the thoracic limb of the horse and the dog.  This course is designed with the goal of orienting the animal chiropractic student to the bones of the limbs and their function.  This course will enable the student to identify the boney portion of the limbs of horse and dog and will also aid in understanding of the structure upon which the muscles are applied.  At the end of this course the student will be able to identify each bone and explain its function and to which areas major muscle attachments occur.  Dr. Amy Hayek is the instructor.  Pelvic Limb Osseous Anatomy is a course that covers the osseous anatomy of the pelvic limb of the horse and dog. This course is designed with the goal of orienting the animal chiropractic student to the bones of the limbs and their function.  This course will enable the student to identify the boney portion of the limbs of horse and dog and will also aid in understanding of the structure upon which the muscles are applied.  At the end of this course the student will be able to identify each bone and explain its function and to which areas major muscle attachments occur.