About the Compendium

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The Veterinary Compendium is an educational resource created to provide trust-worthy information to owners, clinicians, and enthusiasts for the diagnosis and management of spinal disorders in animals. The intent is to create a premier, global resource for education and advanced learning opportunities through the delivery of shared clinical experiences and review of innovative research.  The material provided is designed to be an evolving resource, with new research and clinical practices updated regularly.  The goal is to share information and resources from international leaders across diverse fields with a collective interest and expertise in spinal-related issues in both humans and animals.

About the Author

The content provided in this educational resource has been collated and presented by Dr. Kevin K. Haussler, who has professional degrees in veterinary medicine, human chiropractic, and is a PhD researcher.  Dr. Haussler has dedicated his career to clinical practice, teaching, and research to expand the knowledge and awareness of spinal-related issues in horses and dogs.  As a charter diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, he has helped to promote the importance of spinal health and rehabilitation with the goal of establishing a higher standard of care for animals around the world.

The intent of creating the Veterinary Compendium is to create a premier, global resource for education and advanced learning opportunities in the diagnosis and management of spinal disorders in animals.  The material provided is designed to be an evolving resource, with new research and clinical practices updated regularly.  The goal is to share information and resources from international leaders across diverse fields with a collective interest and expertise in spinal-related issues in both humans and animals.