JB Animal Chiropractic
It is a professional membership group promoting animal chiropractic to professionals and the public, and acting as the certifying agency for doctors who have undergone post-graduate animal chiropractic training. Members working together within their disciplines to expand and promote the knowledge and acceptance of animal chiropractic to their professions, the public and governments; locally, nationally and internationally.
**ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC DOES NOT DISPENSE MEDICATIONS, PERFORM SURGERY, INJECT MEDICATIONS OR ATTEMPT TO REPLACE NECESSARY TRADITIONAL VETERINARY CARE. ALWAYS CALL YOUR VETERINARIAN FOR ANY EMERGENCIES.**
Earning certification from the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association's professional certification program represents a significant achievement. The program of the AVCA promotes the highest standards of animal chiropractic care for the protection and benefit of the patient as well as the public.
Certification is awarded to licensed Doctors of Chiropractic and/or veterinary medicine that have successfully passed the AVCA approved post-graduate program in animal chiropractic, and have met the AVCA certification requirements which include: passing both a comprehensive written examination, and clinical competency (practical) examination. Certification is distinct from licensure in that it is voluntary and requires recertification to maintain the credentials.
Visit the AVCA website to find a certified doctor in your area:
442154 E 140 RD
Bluejacket, OK 74333
The laws for animal chiropractic differ from state to state.
In the state of Arkansas, a licensed, AVCA certified, animal chiropractor may adjust any animal.
For more information about the Laws and Regulations about animal chiropractic in Arkansas, visit the Arkansas Chiropractic Practice Act:
In the state of Oklahoma, a licensed, certified animal chiropractor may adjust any animal. A human chiropractor may adjust an animal but requires a referral from a veterinarian.
For more information about the Laws and Regulations about animal chiropractic in Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma Chiropractic Practice Act: