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Certified by the American Animal Chiropractic Commission of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association since 1997.
Dr. Schilling helps dedicated animal owners keep their pets happy, healthy and comfortable by using
- Veterinary Spinal Manipulation,
- Veterinary Acupuncture,
- Qigong Energy Balancing and
Veterinary Spinal Manipulation (VSM, aka “animal chiropractic” in states other than Wisconsin), Veterinary Acupuncture and Qigong Energy Balancing are examples of a group of unconventional therapies that are referred to as Complementary/Alternative Veterinary Medicine or CAVM. All of the healing methods I use are forms of energy work, influencing the nervous system and the energy systems of the body, each in its own way. Combining them enhances overall effectiveness of therapy. These modalities can be used as primary therapy or as a supplement to conventional veterinary medicine.
Benefits from Veterinary Acupuncture, Veterinary Spinal Manipulation and Qigong Energy Balancing can be:
- Pain relief
- Improved mobility
- Enhanced over all health
Heart of Wellness Podcast with Dr Jan Schilling
Listen Dr Jan discuss holistic veterinary practices on the Heart of Wellness podcast
Heart of Wellness Show
WDRT 91.9FM – Driftless Community Radio
Hosts: Drs. Paul & Paula Grenier
Guest: Jan Schilling
Original Broadcast Date: July 30, 2019
Link to the July 16, 2019 Heart of Wellness podcast – https://soundcloud.com/wdrt-news/heart-of-wellness-show-wdrt-july-30-2019-jan-schilling
My goals as a holistic veterinarian are to:
- Offer healing services that are truly alternatives to conventional veterinary medicine when conventional medicine is not as effective as might be desired.
- Provide care that complements and enhances mainstream medicine.
- Offer better outcomes and improved quality of life for my patients.
Timely scheduling of treatments allows each treatment to build on the results of the one before with out starting over each time. Forty minute long appointments and a un-clinic like atmosphere allow animals to relax making Veterinary Spinal Manipulation easier, more effective and longer lasting. It also improves the patient’s attitude about coming for a visit!