Christie Hebert (Instructor & Dealer) - Stephenville, TX
Phone: (307) 247-5359
Sandee Foster - Maupin, OR
Phone: (503) 318-3710
Office: (503) 610-1229
Cell: (503) 944-9277
Phone: (787) 426-0845
Mary Lou Langley - Soap Lake, WA
Phone: (509) 246-8053
Current Representatives & Instructors - Contact Matrix Therapy Products if you want your information listed here!
Want to Become a Certified Best-Vet Instructor?
Matrix Therapy Products is looking for people who want to be Certified Instructors for the Best-Vet therapy device. Certified Instructors are approved to treat with the Best-Vet as well as train others. The following are the basic requirements:
- Purchase Best-Vet device
- Complete a Training Session (Minimum: 1-Day Clinic)
- Pass Certification Test
- Submit Five Best-Vet Case Studies. Include:
- Horse's Age, Breed, and Backgroung
- Veterinarian's Diagnosis (if known)
- What was found using the Best-Vet
- Treatment Records (Number of treatments, frequency, duration, etc)
- Results and treatment timeframe
- Sign-Up now!
Reasons to Become a Certified Instructor
Contact Matrix Therapy Products to learn more about earning potentials as a Best-Vet Certified Instructor. Also, referals are given to Certified Instructor and they can be listed on the Best-Vet Store and Matrix Therapy Products store.
Additional training is also available for Certified Instructor, including: iontophoresis, thermography, and all other Matrix Therapy Products instruments. Additional training covers procedures in Deborah Powell's book MicroCurrent for Horses.
Matrix's 50 States Campagin:
Best-Vet Instructor Certification
"Helping People Help Horses"
In 2013, Matrix is starting a campaign to establish Certified Best-Vet Instructors in all 50 states, as well as other countries. Our goal is to spread the knowledge (and training) of the advanced biofeedback Best-Vet device. Equestrians in every discipline should know about the at-home therapy tools they can use to help their horses, and have therapists available for full treatments. For body workers, adding microcurrent therapy can greatly reduce their physical strain, which improves career longevity while multiplying the benefits to the horse.
If you love horses and enjoy helping people, finding problems, and healing horses, then the Certified Best-Vet Instructor program is for you. A Certified Best-Vet Instructor has the knowledge and ability to treat horses safely and effectively with the Best-Vet device. They are also qualified to teach individuals how to use the device for personal use on their own horses.
The Best-Vet and Best-Vet Pro are easy to operate and the treatments are physically undemanding, which is ideal for equine therapists. The Instructor Certification Program is about using the Best-Vet and Best-Vet Pro for veterinary use in a safe manner and using various techniques for optimal results.
Is it for You?
Becoming a Certified Best-Vet Instructor has many benefits and provides individuals with long-lasting skills and knowledge.
For people who love helping heal horses
Treat & Train - how to use the Best-Vet
Economical & limited time commitment
Compatible with other therapies
Certification Course is easy and fun
Benefits: Earn a little extra income
Call or email Matrix for more information
|Basic FAQ (Click on Question to View Answer)
The certification program is open to adults 18 and older who own horses or have a history of working with horses. Individuals must be reputable and Matrix reserves the right to refuse anyone that it deems to not be suitable for this program for any reason. Matrix can also cancel an individual’s right to represent the Best-Vet or other Matrix products.
Where can I get trained to be a certified Instructor?
Most training occurs at the Matrix facility in Oregon, or can be scheduled at other locations by request. Information about hosting a general clinic or a Best-Vet certification course is available by request. Email Matrix for details.
What are benefits of becoming a Certified Best-Vet Instructor?
- Economical & Limited Time Commitment
- Versatile Treatment
- Compatible with other therapies
Certified Instructors have the opportunity to be listed as a provider on the Matrix site, receive referrals and payments for trainings, and other incentives. Becoming a Certified Best-Vet Instructor also invites you into a special family that is interested in spreading the word about how special these “smart” microcurrent devices are. At times other therapy tools can be easier to use, but microcurrent with biofeedback is fundamentally unique with it’s ability to help find problems and assist in healing them in a single motion.
How do I become certified?
It is a two-part process.
- Part 1: Certification starts with purchasing a device and taking an onsite or telephone training from Matrix.
- Part 2: Turning in completed case studies, demonstrating training criteria to a Matrix representative and passing a written exam.
There is already a Certified Best-Vet Instructor in my state, can I still get certified?
Yes! The more Certified Best-Vet Instructors the better - it means there are more people spreading the word and the knowledge of these invaluable devices.
Contact Matrix Therapy Products to learn more about becoming a dealer.
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