Stacie Seymour, DVM

Stacie Seymour, DVM

  • Animal Chiropractic

  • Veterinary Acupuncture

  • Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

  • Laser

  • Food Therapy

  • Herbal Therapy

  • Palliative/Hospice  Care

Dr, Stacie Seymour - Animal Chiropractor

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Dr. Seymour is certified in animal chiropractic by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) and in veterinary acupuncture by the Chi Institute. She is licensed to practice veterinary medicine in MN, WI, and Iowa.

“Be a sponge and learn all that you can. Animals are amazing teachers!”

Dr. Stacie was raised on a dairy farm in southwestern Minnesota. Her love of all animals started at an early age.  She took in all sorts of creatures – from salamanders to squirrels to feral cats. Her passion for animals lead her to a career in veterinary medicine.  She received her veterinary degree from the University of Minnesota in 2008. She then completed a 1 year internship at Stillwater Equine, which she deeply enjoyed.  This internship exposed her to several integrative modalities, including veterinary acupuncture and animal chiropractic.

Dr. Stacie pursued her own training in veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Florida, completing the program in 2010.  This training prepared her to utilize acupuncture along with food and herbal therapies for the benefit of her clients.   Since completing her basic coursework at the Chi Institute, she has taken additional advanced training in Food Therapy because she finds it to be such a powerful tool for health and healing.

Dr. Stacie completed her animal chiropractic certification at Options for Animals in Kansas in 2011.  She has also been trained in cold laser therapy through the University of Tennessee.

Chiropractic for EveryBody (CFE) is in the process of forming a partnership with Peaceful Passing for Pets, an in-home hospice program for companion animals.  Dr. Stacie will be CFE’s representative in this palliative care program, where she will put her interest, training and talents to excellent use – supporting animals and their owners through the tender time of transition.

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