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    Michael H. Reuben, D.C., CVCP

    Dr. Michael Reuben specializes in Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM), a non-invasive approach to spinal-related lameness issues  in horses. VOM was developed by Dr. William Inman, an accomplished veterinarian who create this hybrid technique of veterinary medicine and estabilished chiropractic instrument-based procedures.

    Dr. Reuben completed training in VOM under Dr. Inman and received CVCP certification in 2004. Prior to that he was an accomplished doctor of chiropractic, concentrating his practice in sports medicine, athletic training, and rehabilitation for over 20 years. He holds professional licensure in both California and Colorado. He completed his undergraduate studies with a B.A. in Biology from California State University Northridge in 1979. He graduated Cum Laude from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1983 with a B.S. in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. He received extensive post-graduate training in sports injury management and rehabilitation, athletic training and conditioning, musculoskeletal biomechanics, injuries of the spine and extremities, and nutrition. He also became a State Certified Disability Evaluator and Qualified Medical Examiner. Dr. Reuben works within the practice laws of the state under the affiliation of several noted veterinarians, contact information is available on request.

    Dr. Reuben lectures and holds clinical demonstrations at many barns and stables, and has been known to be not only quite informative, but entertaining as well. He has lectured to chapters of the Back Country Horsemans’s Association, Equestrian Trails, Inc., LAPD and LA County Sheriff’s Mounted Units, and many other groups. Dr. Reuben welcomes your inquiry into his being a guest speaker for your group.  Please click here to contact him directly.

    Dr. Reuben enjoys outdoor activities including backpacking, climbing, horseback riding (of course), mountain biking, and any kind of exploring. Dr. Reuben also designed the “Horse Improvement” tool belt which you will see him wearing while treating his equine patients.