|Speaker:||Dr. Emily McLeod, DC, CAC, MTAA|
|Topic:||Integrating Chiropractic into your Multimodal Practice Model|
In a culture where more and more clients are leaning toward multi-modal care, working with chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists and other paraprofessionals can either enhance your practice and fulfill a need for your patients and clients, or be a complete disaster! Dr. McLeod’s presentation will focus on the purpose and efficacy of chiropractic care for animals, how to find a properly credentialed and qualified chiropractor for your team, and some of the business aspects of having a chiropractor work for and with you.
|Date:||Thursday, July 20, 2017|
|Time:||6:30 – Dinner/Registration|
7pm – Presentation
13500 Nall Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66223
|CE:||2 Hours (KS & MO)|
|Fee:||No fee to attend this event, but RSVP is required by July 17th. Current membership dues cover all CE.|
A graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College in 2000, Dr. McLeod earned both the Clinic Service and Clinic Excellence awards while completing her clinicals. She opened a family wellness center in 2001 and joyfully served hundreds of people each week with chiropractic care. In 2004 Dr. McLeod returned to school to earn her National Certification in Equine and Small Animal Chiropractic Care through the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.
In June of 2013, Dr. McLeod left her 2-legged practice to pursue a full time animal practice, All Creatures Chiropractic, Inc. She can be found working on small animals at Green Summit Animal Clinic in Lee’s Summit, MO at Excelsior Springs Animal Clinic in Excelsior Springs, MO and at Mission Road Animal Clinic in Prairie Village, KS. She sees horses at Strain Equine Services in Bonner Springs, KS and Holt Animal Clinic in Holt, MO, and coordinates farm calls with several area veterinarians. Dr. McLeod is licensed in both Kansas and Missouri.