How Dr. Frick can help veterinarians, physiotherapists, and animal caretakers improve animal lives
- Options for Treating Lyme Disease
Hire Dr. Frick for presentations or professional assistance
Take the guesswork out of nutrition
- Learn what’s going on inside your pet with hair analysis test and interpretation
Pain, stress, and anxiety treatment with Alpha-Stim® microcurrent therapy
Learn exercise to help dog, cat, horse posture and function
People know the statement: “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” Well, when a dog or a person has been handed the diagnosis of “Lyme Disease”, that is when we need to be optimistic and make Lyme-Ade out of it!This happened to me early August 2018, which sent me into a rapid learning curve. While I was familiar with the spirokete bacteria awarded the name “Lyme” for a collection of symptoms, what I did not know was the intertwined connection to heavy metals and viruses. “Leave no stone unturned Ava”, I became a warrior for myself and all the critters and people out there struggling with the same diagnosis.
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About Dr. Ava Frick
Veterinarian, Speaker, Author
At three, I knew I would be an animal doctor; not that I ever made a decision for that to be my purpose. Perhaps, it simply exists in my spiritual DNA, because my passion to save lives never has waned. In fact, it has expanded beyond my being a “doctor.” Importantly, three significant events shape-shifted me into the healer that I am today: an accident, an attack, and a sports mishap.
A horse accident when I was nine helped me realize that I am more than a body. Near death, I watched from above as my parents stood helplessly over my nearly lifeless body. I consciously decided to return, wanting to learn more about living.
In 1985, an attack from a large dog at a veterinary hospital where I worked left me facing two surgeries on my left arm. Oddly, the experience left me more compassionate toward animals in need of surgery or hospitalization.
Three years later, a women’s soccer match incident blasted my body and left me unable to stand up straight. The next morning, a local Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) adjusted my spine. I walked immediately, and my professional focus shifted.
Today, my mission includes writing, speaking and teaching the world how we might change the healing paradigm for all people and animals on Earth. Motherhood at 39 further altered my perspectives about life, the medical model, my veterinary practice successes and failures; and what my future, and those of my patients, required to not only survive but also flourish. A year later, I attained certification in Animal Chiropractic.
With more than myself to care for, whole-food nutrition took a front seat. I immersed myself into the work of Dr. Royal Lee. What organ and body system needs which vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and the like, and how these can be utilized to improve body function peaked my interest every evening after my son was in bed. By 2002, Lee’s company, Standard Process, Inc., asked me to represent them to veterinarians across America. I stayed on as a marketing consultant for several years. As my depth of understanding of nutrition and organ function deepened, physical-therapy and pain-management conferences became my arena of choice. While safety studies had been done on animals, no veterinarian had studied and applied the benefits of Alpha-Stim Microcurrent Therapy to animals.