Animal Chiropractic

An Integrative Approach to Healthcare

Animal Chiropractic is a form of healthcare used to treat muscular and skeletal disorders. The animal chiropractor applies specific, gentle manipulations to joints of the spine and other body regions in order to restore normal joint and nerve function.

This treatment restores the normal motion of the vertebra thus removing neurological interference. When the nerves can efficiently communicate with all the structures in your animals’ bodies, they will begin to heal from within.

Why Chiropractic Care is so Important

This is the beginning of a more modern, comprehensive approach to your animal’s healthcare. It is an effective and valuable means of restoring and maintaining their strength, vigor and well-being.

And by exploring and treating the root causes of your animal’s aches, pains and illnesses, will ensure maximum improvement, top performance and an exceptional quality of life for the animal companions we love.

What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?

Chiropractic treatment is a conservative and safe procedure utilizing small adjustments to the animal’s spinal column to relieve irritation between stressed vertebrae. The technique used by chiropractors consists of quick, low force hand motions to joints of the spine and to other specific regions.

How Does Chiropractic Care Work?

The goal of an animal chiropractor is to restore function and mobility to the compromised vertebra in an effort to re-establish neurological transmissions or nerve function. This allows the body to perform at its optimum potential.

The structure and alignment of an animal’s body is critical to his health and well being. Chiropractic care can provide an immediate reduction in pain and increased range of motion. Chiropractic can also help with many undiagnosed or poorly managed health problems due to its effect on the nervous system. For example, since each spinal nerve leads to an organ or system of organs in the body, chiropractic adjustments can improve organ function.

Animal Chiropractic is not meant to replace traditional veterinary care. It is not an alternative treatment, but rather an integrative method that when used in conjunction with good traditional veterinary care, will provide years of happy and healthy living.