Talk:Chiropractic (Veterinary)

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 Definition A specialized field of veterinary medicine utilizing chiropractic procedures. [d] [e]
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Isn't this now the veterinary CAM/holistic article, not chiropractic?

There certainly is distinct veterinary chiropractic, but there's not even a wikilink here to chiropractic. I do have exposure to several veterinary tertiary care practices, community and academic, that extensively use acupuncture; I simply don't know if they use chiropractic but will ask the Tufts pain management people when I next speak with them.

I'm very interested in expanding our veterinary subgroup, and, if we get something of a proposal, not quite Eduzendium but participation, I will be making some other proposals to a veterinary school, about setting up an outreach program for veterinary hospice and palliative care. There might be some prospective authors there, even if they have to dictate to me. Howard C. Berkowitz 15:00, 19 December 2010 (UTC)


This article arguably has no content: it merely says there are folks out there who apply chiropractic to animals, amusingly. It is also likely to be unmaintainable, since whatever is used could probably be discussed in the chiropractic article. I suggest we can do without this. John Stephenson 18:19, 6 September 2013 (UTC)