about dr. Lesley Moser
Dr. Moser was born and raised on a farm in Madisonville, Tennessee. She has always been interested in farm animals. During her early years, she raised horses and bottle calves and was an active member in 4-H and FFA. After high school, Dr. Moser attended The University of Tennessee and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. Dr. Moser then was accepted and attended The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. Where she completed a food animal and ambulatory internship at Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon completion of this internship, Dr. Moser moved back to McMinn County and opened The Rolling M Veterinary Clinic.
The Rolling M Veterinary Clinic was founded in 2016. Dr. Moser is passionate about the animal agricultural industry and farm animals as a whole. It is the mission of The Rolling M Veterinary Clinic to bring large animal veterinary medicine to your family. This ranges from one animal to one thousand animals, hobby farmers to full-time producers, show animals to “pet” type large animals. The old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” still holds true and preventative care is a top priority of The Rolling M Veterinary Clinic. The care of large animals and education of the owners and the next generation is near and dear to Dr. Moser. Offering ambulatory care means that Dr. Moser comes to the location of the animal. This can save you time, energy and decrease the stress on the animal. Don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions. Also, check out the resources page. There you will find resources by species that have accurate and reliable information. Remember that these are just resources and do not take the place of veterinary care.
Dr. Moser is a graduate from Animal Chiropractic Education Source and is ready to provide animal chiropractic exams for patients.
Dr. Moser has completed a rigorous 240 hours of training, including neurology, pathology, zoonotic disease, and technique in animal chiropractic. This has prepared her to serve the animals in her practice area.
Animal Chiropractic Education Source is one of four schools approved by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) to prepare doctors for certification in animal chiropractic. This training allows Dr. Moser to practice within the scope of Tennessee regulations. (Dr. Moser is a licensed Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and holds a current TN license.)
Dr. Moser has also passed the comprehensive and clinical examination by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). This is the highest standards of competence and safety in animal chiropractic care for the protection and benefit of the animal.
Dr. Moser has completed the advanced course in Food Animal Adjusting at Animal Chiropractic Education Source. She is now ready to provide chiropractic care to species such as cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens and turkeys.
In preparation for the advanced course, Dr. Moser completed a rigorous training program than included neurology, pathology, zoonotic diseases and techniques in equine and canine chiropractic care. This prepared her to serve animals in her community. She realized the need to help more of the animal in the local community and traveled to Texas to become one of the first Animal Chiropractors to complete a Food Animal Chiropractic program.
Animals who receive regular chiropractic maintenance live longer, healthier, and happier lives. Athletic animals that receive regular adjustments compete at higher levels.
Food animals also benefit from chiropractic care. Show and commercial animals alike have benefited from specific adjustments. Dairy cows have been shown to have higher conception rates when adjusted. Adjusted chickens have been shown to be more vigorous and flavorful than their non-adjusted counterparts. Show animals move better and more evenly after an adjustment. Young animals have been shown to suckle better after receiving an upper cervical adjustment.