You are already aware of the many benefits chiropractic adds to your life, but did you know these also apply to your four-legged friends? Animal chiropractic can be administered to just about any animal and offers relief from aches and pains, along with more serious conditions.
Chiropractic Care for Animals
Is your pet showing signs of loss of mobility or stiffness? They could be experiencing pain that is preventing them from moving like they used to. Our expertise in animal chiropractic focuses on the proper alignment of the spine. Chiropractic can be particularly effective for animals that are experiencing pain due to misalignments.
These misalignments can be caused by regular, everyday movements, particularly for older pets. If your pet’s spine is out of alignment due to playing, jumping, running, or walking, then we can use quick, effective manipulations to return the spine to its proper alignment. Once realigned, your pet will enjoy reduced pain, if not the complete elimination of pain from the body.
Is It Just For Pain Relief?
As effective as chiropractic care is for pain relief in pets, that isn’t the only perk! Just like with humans, a healthy nervous system for your pet means a healthy body. In conjunction with traditional veterinary medicine, adding chiropractic to your pet’s life provides them with a well-rounded healthcare regiment. This safe and effective treatment can truly make a difference in your pet’s life.
Chiropractic is also a way to treat your pet without the use of medication. This natural form of treatment focuses on the nervous system and ensuring it functions optimally. For example, if you pet is suffering from a pinched nerve, chiropractic care may be able to provide immediate relief without the use of pain medications. Not only will you avoid nasty side effects, you will be treating the root of the issue instead of just masking the symptoms.
Whether it is pain relief you are seeking or to provide your pet with a healthier lifestyle, contact us today to schedule an adjustment for your pooch…and you!