Dr. William Inman
VOM was developed by William L. Inman BS, BS, DVM, CVCP, in Seattle, WA, in Dr. Inman's clinical practice from July of 1982 to 1996. It continues to be enhanced and perfected due to the input of over 6700 practitioners worldwide who have taken the VOM Technology training.
VOM has and will continue to be a healing technology by the clinical practitioner, for the clinical practitioner and is continually re-inventing itself. through the applications and innovations of the over 6700 practitioners Dr. Inman has trained. It is a dynamic work in progress.
In 1996 he began teaching the VOM, VMR, Somato-Visceral, and Myofascial Release fulltime in lieu of clinical practice. Currently he is not licensed in any jurisdiction and limits his efforts to teaching only. He does not consult on specific cases as that infers clinical practice.
He is the founder and head of the International Association of Veterinary Chiropractitioners (IAVCP). The IAVCP is the largest animal adjusting organization in the world.
What can VOM treat?
Dr. Inman has over 25 years of experience and has adjusted more than 65,000 clinical cases. For information about his seminars, visit: www.vomtech.com
Veterinary Myofascial Release
The term “myofascia” refers to the muscle, “myo”, and the connective tissue that surrounds and attaches the muscle, “fascia”, hence, “Myofascial”. The release that is achieved with this technique is therapeutic on many levels:
Primary reduction of subluxations
Return muscles to normal tonus and function
Enhance healing and recovery during VOM Therapy
Strengthen and rehabilitate atrophied muscles
Re-establish range of motion and posture
Improve strength and performance
VMR was developed out of a desire to enhance the healing benefits of the VOM Treatment Technology. Specifically it was the skeletal muscle tension associated with subluxation that was being addressed.
It was found that there were lines of correction in the domestic animals that, if released with this technique,would allow the muscle and tendon fixations associated with subluxations to relax.