Dr. Janet Palm graduated from Kansas State University in 1981, and has practiced medicine and surgery in small animal, avian and exotic species in California, Georgia and Minnesota. She began integrating complementary therapies shortly after graduating. She lectures nationally on Low Level Laser Therapy (with RACE credits) and Enhancing the Veterinary Exam using Natural Horsemanship Principles. Dr. Palm recently relocated her integrative practice to Fruita, Colorado, and offers osteopathy, veterinary neuronal adjustment and myofascial release techniques in addition to LLLT, using the non-heat producing Class 2 Erchonia Frequency Specific Low Level Laser. She includes horses and farm animals in her ambulatory practice, Animobility Integrative Veterinary Services (Animobilityvet.com).
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