VOM Technologies

Dr. William Inman is the head of the International Association of Veterinary Chiropractitioners and a originator of the veterinary orthopedic manipulation technology (VOM) and frequency specific low level laser therapy or cold laser. To date he has trained over 8,239 chiropractors and veterinarians who are applying these technologies with a 91-93% success rate to domestic animals; horses, cats, dogs, birds and many other animals throughout the United States. Over three quarters of million animals have been treated with these techniques.

VOM technique used by Dr. William L. Inman

Virtually hundreds of thousands of animals lives had been saved using these techniques since they would first applied in 1982. In 1982 Dr. Inman was a veterinary surgeon and treated animals with surgeries and neurosurgery with a degree of success it was not always spectacular, but it was all that was available.

He became tired of putting animals to sleep because people could not afford the therapy. As a surgeon he was trained that “only a chance to cut is a chance to heal.”

Dr. Inman along with the group of chiropractors developed an alternative method of treatment which became known as Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM). They began treating animals that were scheduled to be put to sleep and found that they responded nicely to this new noninvasive technology. The technique involves the use of a “spinal accelerometer” which allows for a tiny force and a rapid amount of motion to reset the nerves of the spinal cord.

The segments of the spine act as a switch which can only be turned down by the device and cannot be turned off. The animal cannot be injured with this device. When the device is utilized the neurological system of the animal reacts in a reflex manner that shows the area of nerve interference.