The foundations of chiropractic philosophy are based on the intimate relationship of the spinal column to the nervous system, the role of the vertebrae and joints in neurology, biomechanics and movement, and the need for each joint (from the ground up) to move properly and synergistically. Regular chiropractic adjustments improve the performance of your animal by allowing freedom of structure and an increase in nervous system activity. This increase in neural activity promotes improved biomechanics, physiological homeostasis, superior structural movement, increased strength, improved balance and stamina, as well as greater mental clarity and awareness. It also does the obvious in helping keep your pet free of pain, more relaxed, feeling loose, at the top of their game, and just simply happy!
While traditional veterinary medicine treats injuries, symptoms, disease and lameness, chiropractic seeks out to correct biomechanical stress, joint fixations, and neuro-energetic loads. Chiropractic care is never a substitute for good, veterinary medicine. Although when used in combination, it will provide your animal with the best possible health he or she deserves.
Humans have been utilizing the benefits of chiropractic for centuries, and now it’s becoming an integral part of the newest holistic trend in animal health care. It does not pretend to encompass the entire study
Whether you use your horse for trail riding, competitive roping, barrel racing, cutting, hunter, jumper, dressage, or just pleasure riding, your horse can greatly benefit from chiropractic care. If your dog or cat is aging or hurting, chiropractic might be the solution. It may just be what your gelding needs to stop refusing at the jump, or to get your mare to run that left barrel just a little tighter to shave some seconds off your time. Maybe your pony isn’t eating as much as she should? Perhaps your black lab just doesn't want to jump into the car anymore or your kitty sits in the corner all the time and doesn’t want to be touched? This could all be related to pain, or slight bone fixations, and these can be affecting their nervous system AND quality of life. All of these changes in behavior and performance may benefit from chiropractic care.
"Regular chiropractic adjustments improve the performance of your animal by allowing freedom of structure and an increase in nervous system activity.
of health and disease, but chiropractic does offer alternative explanations for symptoms and provides complementary therapy to help your 4 legged friend feel and perform at their very best.