•            Merel 235, 1965 GN Heemskerk, The Netherlands

  • en-Planning

    Under agenda, you will find all modules and scheduled continuing education courses in chronological order. Below that you will find the corresponding dates for each programme and for each continuing education course. NB: Every effort is made to ensure that the modules offered will run as announced. However, Supple Spine Institute reserves the right to adapt dates, times, location, instructors[...]

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    en-Continuing_Education

    Below you can find the continuing education courses that we offer. In addition to these continuing education courses, we regularly invite guest lecturers to provide continuing education on subjects that add value to or deepen the insights of chiropractic and osteopathy. See here when the courses take place. Chiropractic Continuing Education - craniosacral A two-day practical [...]

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    en-Osteopathy-Basic-Course

    The two-year Basic Veterinary Osteopathy Training Program is intended for anyone who wants to be trained as an osteopath for companion animals (dogs and cats). Basic medical knowledge is part of the curriculum. Attention is given to anatomy, physiology, neurology, endocrinology, pathology, etc. Exemptions are granted to participants with basic medical knowledge, such as veterinarians, animal [...]

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    en-Chiropractic-basic-course

    The Basic Veterinary Chiropractic Training Programme of Supple Spine Institute focuses exclusively on companion animals (dogs and cats) and is open to veterinarians, animal physiotherapists and (animal) osteopaths. The training is given in Dutch or English, depending on the nationality of the participants. The training programme, which consists of theory and practical instruction given in five [...]

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    en-Courses and Planning

    Supple Spine Institute stands for quality. While we ensure the high quality of our lessons and supervision, we also expect our students to focus on quality – in their work as a veterinary chiropractor and/or osteopath, and in the caring and respectful way they approach animals and their owners. To achieve this high level of quality, all programmes and continuing education courses at [...]

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    en-Osteopathy

    Osteopathy considers the body as a functional unit and is based on the principle that everything in the body has a degree of mobility, from the locomotor apparatus with bones and muscles to the internal organs and the associated blood vessels and nerves. A lack of mobility in one part of the body also affects other parts. For example, pain can radiate to other parts of the body. Osteopathy traces [...]

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    en-Chiropractic

    Veterinary chiropractic is the science and philosophy of veterinary medicine that focuses on good health by restoring and maintaining the proper functioning of the neuromuscular system by means of manipulation of the spine in particular. It can be used in the event of a wide range of health and performance issues. It recognises and treats the biomechanical dysfunction of the spine and its effect [...]

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    en-Location

    The training programmes and continuing education courses are taught at the premises of Jyoti Veterinary Practice in Heemskerk (the Netherlands). Address: Jyoti Veterinary Practice Merel 235 1965 GN Heemskerk The Netherlands Tips for using your satellite navigation system Please be aware that most sat nav systems do not recognise number 235. As a result, you may end up at the highest known [...]

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    en-Acquaintance

    Founders and instructorsDr. Anneke Schellingerhout is a veterinarian and owner/main instructor of Supple Spine Institute. She graduated as a veterinarian from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University in 1997, after which she obtained her doctorate in the field of nutrition in 2002. In 2004, she successfully completed chiropractic training at the European Academy for Veterinary [...]

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    About Supple Spine Institute

    In the Netherlands, the examination and treatment of animals is reserved for veterinarians and animal physiotherapists. In our view, these are also the appropriate professional groups who, after thorough training in veterinary chiropractic, should be allowed to treat animals chiropractically. Supple Spine Institute offers a basic training programme in veterinary chiropractic for such [...]

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