Free Webinar from the McTimoney Animal Association

McTimoney Animal Practitioners assess a range of skeletal landmarks for symmetry including the TS of the pelvis

Free Webinar from the McTimoney Animal Association

‘The Use of McTimoney Animal Chiropractic in the Veterinary Industry’

Date: Mon 1st February 2021 @2pm – 3.30pm

The McTimoney Animal Association (MAA) will run a free webinar on the 1st February 2021 looking at the use of McTimoney Animal Chiropractic in the veterinary industry.  The live webinar, commencing at 2pm, is designed to further cultivate the MAA’s close working relationship with all animal healthcare professionals to promote excellence in animal chiropractic techniques.  The event aims to develop collaboration between vets and therapists to ensure that animal welfare continues to be projected positively.

The utilisation of rehabilitative and complementary physical therapies within the animal industry has grown exponentially in the last 20 years with many vets and therapists working together to achieve the best outcomes for their clients through collaborative interventions. As the McTimoney technique has increased in popularity, more studies emerge which show the effectiveness of this technique.

This webinar is intended to provide you with a clear and informative overview of how chiropractic works and the researched benefits of chiropractic care both as a prehabilitative and a rehabilitative modality. MAA seek to dispel common myths about chiropractic, such as bones being ‘out’, and instead, wish to explain in clear and unequivocal terms what it is that the McTimoney practitioner is assessing and treating. Case studies are included to demonstrate the use of animal chiropractic care and questions are invited from attendees.

The speakers for this webinar are Nikki Routledge MSc MMAA, Vanessa Davidson MSc MMAA, Sally Charlton Msc MMAA and Dr Emma Punt from The McTimoney Animal Association, (MAA), an independent regulatory body with 130 members in the UK and Ireland. All members hold a PGDip or MSc in Animal Manipulation (Chiropractic) from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, fulfil 75 hours of CPD over 3 years in a similar format to that of the RCVS, and comply with the Veterinary Surgeons Act (1966) and Veterinary Surgeons Exemptions Order (2015). Members of the MAA abide by a code of ethics and standards of proficiency as well as being fully insured to treat animals. Registered members can be found at


The MAA promotes excellence in animal chiropractic care and works hard to develop peer reviewed, scientific evidence of the therapeutic effects of McTimoney treatment on animals working alongside the McTimoney College of Chiropractic.

McTimoney Practitioners treat a wide range of animals including dogs
McTimoney Practitioners treat a wide range of animals including dogs

This webinar provides an hour of CPD for all professionals in the veterinary industry.

About McTimoney

McTimoney is a form of chiropractic manipulation used to treat pain and dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system. It predominantly focuses on optimising alignment of the spine and pelvis in order to restore correct function of the skeletal system, nervous system and surrounding soft tissue. The technique is non-invasive and gentle and is readily accepted by animals. The treatment aims to resolve dysfunction and balance the animal’s musculoskeletal system, restoring health and movement, soundness and performance.

For more information on this free to attend, online event and to reserve your place please go to:

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