Coralie Morauw DVM, CVSMT
I was born and raised in France and moved to Illinois as a child. I came from an equine-centric family, riding horses, helping at my family’s barn, and competing in 3-Day Eventing. From there I attended the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating class of 2016. Then I spent a year as an intern at Chicago Equine and stayed as an associate veterinarian and partner at the clinic. In 2018 I returned to school and received my certification (CVSMT) from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center. Currently, my main areas of focus are equine sports medicine and VSMT. Luckily in addition to working with equids, I have been able to help many other animals with my VSMT certification. That includes dogs, llamas, alpacas, goats, sheep, and a monitor lizard. In my spare time I enjoy traveling the world with my husband, and have experienced becoming a triathlete. I have a wonderful pony, dog, and cat who are all mischievous and overly friendly.
Becoming part of the HOWC faculty means I can share my comprehension of a topic with others and expand their horizons and knowledge base. The dynamic interactive social relationships created are motivating, and seeking student growth is extremely rewarding. Teaching inspires me to stay up to date on the latest advancements in our ever-changing world of veterinary medicine. It also allows for progression of our profession, especially veterinary spinal manipulative therapy (VSMT), which is not well understood by a majority of our peers. My goal is to solidify every student’s point of view on how beneficial VSMT can be for our animal patients and own the skills in practicing VSMT outside our school.
Attending this school and course has changed how I practice every day, and has changed my own way of life, I look forward to sharing that experience with our students.