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Shining the Light on Vitality and Longevity for Animals, Owners & Practitioners! | LIVE STREAM

Event Details

Sat November 12, 2022 - 9:00 AM MST — Sat November 12, 2022 - 4:15 PM MST

Location: Westminster CO

Speaker: Janet Gordon Palm, DVM, CVCP

CEU: 6

Price: $0.00


About the Seminar

- A Sure Cure for Burnout! -

This 6 hour webinar will be an interactive learning and sharing platform about healing concepts that affect the entire individual, when a holistic approach to ways that activate natural healing pathways is considered.

Incorporating Non-Thermal laser therapy has been an indispensable non-invasive tool in this healers tool-kit. Benefits include, but are not limited to promoting tissue regeneration, pain management, expedited wound and fracture repair, pre and post op applications, dental applications, increasing appetite and gut motility, and even calming of fractious animals. Numerous evidence-based peer reviewed clinical studies in support of these case responses will be presented.

Longevity is inevitable when vitality is restored!

Dr. Janet Gordon Palm will share her successes with follow up maintenance patients, many of which happily return every 3-6 weeks for over 2-4 years as they see their pet’s “health-span” keeping up with their increasing lifespan.

Seminar Topics

  • There will be a concise, yet comprehensive explanation of the differences in light therapy devices. A discussion of the unique features that distinguish this laser system from others will cause an understanding of the healing benefits, without the thermal and ocular risks that more powerful devices can create.
  • Numerous case responses and clinical applications in multiple animal species will be discussed. Along with applications in clinical medicine and surgery in small animals, the instructor has gathered case responses that are sure to apply to all participants. From parakeets to horses, pythons to Bengal tigers, wildlife to newborn calves, the concepts of “Photobiomodulation”, which is by definition non-thermal, apply to any species with a mitochondria!
  • A key component before any modality is considered is the concept of “consent”. Recognizing and managing fear, anxiety and stress through the emotional states of the animal and owner, will cause a shift in the energy in the room (or paddock), that results in increased compliance from the animal as the power of our intention is received. An owner’s trust in our diagnostic and treatment plan is a result from feeling “heard”.From that point, a healing path is more likely to thrive.
  • There will be a fun interactive session where we play with the universal concept of “body language”, and navigate diagnostic and treatment plans based on recognizing and managing these emotional states. Dr Janet will take a step-by-step approach using the modalities she uses, to address, manage, and often solve case presentations.
  • On site veterinarians will get the opportunity to utilize the laser devices as case scenarios are suggested by the group, and creative treatment plans are discussed, shared and implemented. Attendees will be empowered to utilize and develop integration of their own non-invasive modalities to further optimize their healing results.
  • Dr. Janet Gordon Palm has had experience developing a successful laser and integrative medicine program in a private practice setting, and is currently integrating it into a corporate owned practice. She will share her experiences in helping these established practices “evolve”!
  • Fun and renewed excitement for practice is guaranteed as participants will find they can put their newly found skills and tools into play immediately! A sure cure for Burn-out!


Educational Objectives:

  1. Distinguish between different light devices: LEDs, High, Low Power Lasers, red, and violet wavelengths
  2. Explain how lasers work to accomplish cellular effects
  3. Identify the quantum physics of how light affects every living organism
  4. Illustrate the importance of awareness of laser wavelength and power to insure benefits outweigh risks
  5. Apply the concept of frequencies to affect healing.
  6. Assess owner and animal compliance to a diagnostic and treatment plan
  7. Recognize the importance of communication and case selection for optimum treatment success
  8. Prescribe DVM directed protocols for staff implementation
  9. Summarize concepts for easy client comprehension
  10. Examine the science supporting benefits of the violet wavelength in antibiotic resistant wounds, including MRSA
  11. Show alternative option to antibiotics for treating resistant infections
  12. Integrate violet/red laser into existing treatment protocols
  13. Point out tissue regenerative capabilities of red laser, as well as bactericidal/sporocidal benefits of violet laser
  14. Transform surgical outcomes and challenging cases with addition of violet/red laser.
  15. Distinguish cases that can benefit from LLLT activation
  16. Prescribe a treatment plan for appropriate cases
  17. Utilize techniques for Fear Free compliance
  18. Aid cases of anorexia, megacolon, gastric stasis, anxiety, and hypertension.
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About the Speaker

Janet Gordon Palm, DVM, CVCP


1044 Wingate Drive
Fruita, CO  81521
PH:  (763) 229-6425
Email:  curbhopdoc@comcast.net

Personal Profile:

Dr. Janet Gordon Palm is a practicing integrative medicine veterinarian who is continually reinventing herself as she learns of new non-invasive modalities to forward healing. Graduating from Kansas State University in 1981, Dr. Janet practiced medicine and surgery in small animal, avian and exotics, initially in California, then Minnesota, before relocating to the veritable playground known as the Western Slope of Colorado. Originally trained in conventional medicine, she naturally evolved to include complementary modalities such as neuronal adjustment, osteopathy, cranial sacral, acupressure, myofascial release, and LLLT.

She is actively involved in Natural Horsemanship and includes the concepts of recognizing and managing emotional states in horses through universal body language to all species. In 2010, she started her ambulatory practice "Animobility Integrative Veterinary Services".

An avid horseback rider, mountain biker, and hiker, she resides with her fellow adventure-loving dirt-bike riding husband Ron, in Fruita CO with two cats "Tesla" and "Puma", as well as her Arabian gelding “ To’hi ".


My personal goal is to provide an outstanding quality of life to people and animals, and that people express their passion in living life outrageously. Professionally, I seek to accomplish my personal goal using the tools I have accumulated through my educational studies, practice, and life experiences.

Kansas State University 1981; Manhattan, Kansas, U.S.A. Veterinary Medicine
B.S. DVM; Deans list 1975-81
Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society 1978-1981; Equine Embryo Transfer Group; also worked in Endocrinology lab with beagle colony and Rhesus monkeys.

Washburn University 1975; Topeka, Kansas, USA. Pre veterinary curriculum courses

Landmark Education 1991-2016; Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. Participated in the "Curriculum for Living" courses, specifically the Forum, Forum in Action, Advanced Forum, Self Expression Leadership Program; Communication I and II.

Topeka High School 1974; Topeka, Kansas, USA.


Animobility Integrative Veterinary Services, Certified Veterinary Chiropractitioner; Sole Proprietor– 2010-current; Fruita, Colorado; Ambulatory business that I started in order to incorporate the new integrative modalities of Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation, Osteopathy, Acupressure, Animal Personality Assessments/Behavior Counseling,  and Frequency Specific Low Level Laser (Cold Laser) Therapy in small animal , exotic, and equine patients.

Animal Medical Clinic; Redstone Veterinary Hospital– 2017-current; Grand Junction, CO; Part Time relief Veterinarian

New Hope Animal Hospital – 1987-2016; New Hope, Minnesota Progressive small animal and exotic practice owned by Randall Herman, D.V.M. Computerized and paperless practice includes Idexx in house and send out capabilities, ultrasound, digital radiology, digital dental radiology and ultrasonic scaler, Ellman electrosurgical unit, and Endoscopy. I encouraged owner to invest in new modalities of Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation and Cold Laser therapy. (Erchonia Base Station - Frequency Specific Low Level Laser) I was in charge of integrating these technologies into the practice.
I Became senior veterinarian performing diagnostics, treatments, surgery, training of support staff, client education, as well as comedic relief in the form of original songs/skits at staff functions. I inspired the clinic to stop declawing cats in 2015 and the clinic enjoyed a large influx of clients as a result of this compassionate stand.

Relief Veterinarian in Minnesota - January 1987 to May 1988; Became permanent part time relief for Cedar Pet Clinic owned by Dr. John Baillie; duties included medicine and surgery of small animal and exotic patients. I managed a satellite clinic Falcon Heights Animal Hospital as a sole interim veterinarian for Dr. Clarence Fitz from Jan 1988-May 1988.

Canterbury Downs Race Track; Shakopee, Minnesota - June 1987-1989. Worked as regular part time relief track veterinarian at the test barn. Duties included assessing the 1st, second and 3rd place winners for lameness, overseeing the urine sampling and obtaining blood samples.

The Raptor Center University of Minnesota –September 1986 to December 1987
; St. Paul, Minnesota; Volunteer Veterinarian. Volunteer position while waiting to take state boards. Duties included care, handling, bandaging and surgical assistance of birds of prey.

Relief Veterinarian in Georgia September 1983 to September 1986 self – Athens; Marietta, Georgia Became permanent part time relief for Sprayberry Animal Hospital in Marietta, Georgia, owned by Scott Richter, D.V.M. Duties included medicine and surgery. Recurrent first choice relief for Companion Animal Hospital, owned by George Malnati, DVM; ACVS; ABVP. Duties included medicine and surgery.

Rancho Sequoia Veterinary Hospital – Simi Valley, California; June 1981 to September 1983; Associate Veterinarian. High volume progressive small animal practice owned by Doug Aberle, D.V.M. Duties included medicine, surgery, after hours emergency calls every other night and every other weekend.
Became primary surgeon in practice performing numerous perineal urethrostomies, perineal hernia, skin grafting, and a PDA surgery. Also performed a successful compound comminuted tibiotarsal fracture repair in a clients pet chicken that was stepped on by a horse, improvising anesthesia equipment.

Dr. Gerald Gardner Equine Services – Thousand Oaks, California; June 1981 to September 1983; veterinarian Assisted Dr. Gardner in handling and routine ambulatory equine services on my day off each week.

Western Hills Veterinary Hospital – Topeka, Kansas; May 1974 to August 1980
; As a Prevet student, I volunteered and eventually was able to be paid 1.00/hour to assist in veterinary duties ranging from kennel assistance, receptionist activities, to technician responsibilities ( fecal flotation, restraint, blood draws ). Between junior and senior year of Vet school, was able to perform spay and neuter surgeries to clients at a reduced rate, under supervision by Larry Fischer, DVM.

Publications/Presentations :


AHVMA 2020, 2019, 2017; 2016, 2014

SOPMED (Society of Oxidative and Photonic Medicine) 2016

AAV/ ExoticsCon:  2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

WWVC 2013, 2015; 2-4 lectures on LLLT

NAVC 2013, sponsored Dinner meeting

NEVMA 2013 4 hour workshop on LLLT

RACE Seminars on LLLT 6 hours, 2012-2017; Denver, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, Atlanta,

Ft Lauderdale, Tampa,

Parelli Horsenality Workshop; Ocala Fla; 2014

Parelli Holistic Horse Festival, 2016

Parelli Natural Horseamnship Summit 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, Animal Personality Assessment

BackCountry Horseman, Fruita, CO 2017; Grand Junction Dressage Club, 2017

Animal Care Fair, Grand Junction, CO, 2016, 2017, 2018

Children’s Nature Center, Grand Junction, CO; Boo at the Zoo; EdZooCation, 2017, 2018


Proceedings: AAV 2011-2017; MVMA 1999; WWVC 2013, 2015; AHVMA 2014, 2016, 2017

Veterinary Practice News: “Less is More” Dec 2012

Integrative Care Journal: “Integrative Approach to Neurologic and Other Disease Conditions” Spring 2018


CVCP: Certified Veterinary Chiropractitioner

Director of The Paw Project, Western Slope Colorado currently (Minnesota 2013 - 2016) I was able to influence the AHAA practice I had been working at (NHAH) to stop declawing and client acceptance was dramatic with more clients transferring to us as a result.

AVMA; AAHA; AAV (state liaison); AAEP; AHVMA; Parelli Natural Horsemanship; Level 3, Gold Savvy Club Member

Licensed to Practice in Colorado; Utah; California; Minnesota; and Kansas


Outdoor activities such as horseback riding, Natural Horsemanship; as well as mountain biking; rollerblading; running; rock climbing and hiking with my husband Ron

Fitness activities such as aerobics, dancing, core work. I developed my own aerobic workout I call  “Curbhop-Dancing", a mix of dance, step aerobics and running.

Art, drawing, painting, cartooning; I have illustrated logos, medical articles, as well as a book on Equine Colic.

Music, self taught guitar, harmonica.


6 CEs Applied through AAVSB RACE