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Animal Chiropractic

Chiropractic involves spinal manipulation which works by re-establishing and maintaining the connection between the brain and nervous system. Nerves run throughout the entire body and connect signals from the brain to the rest of the body. There can be an interference to that signal from injury, illness, trauma, age, poor nutrition, or lack of exercise. Over time, this can lead to loss of mobility, stiffness, degeneration of joints, and pain. When normal movement is affected, this affects the animal's quality and duration of life.  

DocHolub Canine Adjustment

Chiropractic Adjustment

A chiropractic adjustment, also known as spinal manipulation, is a procedure in which trained specialists (chiropractors) use their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled, sudden force to a spinal joint. The goal of this procedure is to improve spinal motion and improve your body's physical function.​

Chiropractic Subluxation

Chiropractic subluxation: A vertebral subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae in the spine become misaligned, compressing spinal nerves and disturbing optimal nerve function. Chiropractic's primary focus involves locating, analyzing and correcting these misalignments. When our bodies are out of alignment, this can lead to bone/ disc degeneration, disc disease, arthritis, uneven muscle tone, slips and fall accidents, inability to sustain one's own weight, decreased mobility, and overall decrease in health.

Doc Rylan is trained in large and small Animal Chiropractic as well as in detection and correction of subluxations. The correction of subluxations can help your animal reach their full potential!

What are animal chiropractors effective in treating?

  • Neck, back, leg, and tail pain

  • Muscle spasms

  • Nerve problems

  • Animal joint problems resulting in limping, problems standing and jumping

  • Animal TMJ (including difficulty chewing)

  • Event or sports injuries

  • Post-surgical care/anesthetized for surgery

  • Bowel/bladder and internal medicine disorder

  • Problems getting up or down

  • Any reoccurring conditions such as vomiting, respiratory or urinary infections, diarrhea, or constipation

  • Seizures or neurological problems

  • Animal behavior or mood changes

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