Dr. Elizabeth W. Schrader 
Certified Animal Chiropractor 
Doctor of Chiropractic 
Certified Animal Chiropractor- American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA), 2003 
Animal Chiropractic Course- Options For Animals- Hillsdale, IL, 2003 
Doctorate of Chiropractic-Life University, Marietta, GA, 2000 
Bachelor of Arts- Sports Management/Business, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1993 
Founder - BenVista Animal Chiropractic, P.C.  2006 
Chiropractor - Northside Chiropractic, Knoxville, TN, 2006 
Perform examinations and Establish proper diagnoses 
Develop treatment plans 
Effectively Perform chiropractic adjustments 
Animal Chiropractic Practitioner - 2000-present 
Effectively Perform chiropractic adjustments 
Establish treatment/frequency of treatment plan 
Advise on rehabilitation exercises 
Analyze joint malfunction through improper hoof care, ill-fitting saddle, or rider imbalance 
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association Member - Annual Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, November 2006 
Participated in the review of Chiropractic neurology 
Studied effective methods of Joint Yoga for canines and equines 
Participated in successful canine/equine rehab and PT techniques 
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association Member - Annual Conference, Tulsa, OK, September/October 2005 
Participated in the study of Equine Gait Analysis, Foot Balance, and Posture 
Options for Animals Participant - Advanced Animal Chiropractic Course, Wellsville, KS, October 2005 
Participated in an in depth study of The Equine Foot and Ankle and how chiropractic can help the horse, hoof and farrier/trimmer 
Participated in the examination of performance injuries in the Equine 
Participated in the study of Neurology in the Equine 
Chiropractor and Co-Founder - Nature’s Way Chiropractic Center, Dawsonville, GA, 2002-2005 
Performed examinations and arrived at proper diagnoses 
Effectively performed chiropractic adjustments and administered PT 
Advised patients about proper lifestyle choices to insure good health 
Dr E. Schrader: “Does Your Horses Need A Chiropractic Adjustment?” August 2005 
Membership American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, 2003-present 
Membership Arabian Horse Association, 1984-present 
Membership Tennessee Chiropractic Association, 2005-2006 
Membership Middle Tennessee Arabian Horse Association, 2006-present 
Membership Blue Ridge Trail Riders, 2006-present 
Membership/ Board Position Chattahoochee Trail Horse Association, 2004-2005 
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association Certified 
Tennessee Chiropractic License 
Equine Sciences Academy Chiropractic Course(in progress) 
Hind Leg extension in Equine and relation to Sacral Base Posteriority on Ipsilateral side 
Human/Horse Mirroring Concept 
Foot Wear in relation to conformation and aberrant motion; involving pelvis, shoulder, hind and fore limbs of equines