Chiropractic therapy is concerned with the treatment of the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems in the body. It is used in animals as well as humans for many different ailments and is trusted by countless dog owners to help with all manner of conditions. This natural therapy is sometimes called complimentary because it is different to modern “Allopathic” medicine, but complements it rather than being used instead of it.

It is one more tool to add to the options available for dog owners when making a decision about the care of their dog. The advantage of natural therapies is that they are usually gentle, they can be combined with other treatments easily and it encourages the body to heal itself.
Your dog’s total physical, mental and emotional well being can benefit from chiropractic care. When the basic skeletal system is not aligned, the body is unable to function at its full potential

When treating a patient with chronic pain, if you take away or lessen that pain the body as a whole reacts positively to the experience.

The nervous system can be affected by poor, or blocked, energy flow (communication between the brain and all areas of the dog’s body) when the nerves are pinched, which in turn keeps your dog from performing at his optimal level. Blockages can also cause extreme pain and if left untreated can lead to poor overall health for your dog.

Though it may sound scary at first, the simple alignment of vertebrae in the spinal column causes minimal to no discomfort.

During a typical session, you and your dog will go back to a quiet area of the facility where Dr. Campbell will manipulate your dog using his hands. If displacement of a vertebra is felt, he will attempt to relieve the displacement with a small, quick pulse that is meant to tap the vertebrae back into place.

Each adjustment is done with great care and low pressure on the animal… in fact, the amount of pressure is so gentle that it would be safely used on an infant!

Experts from the Animal Holistic Care Specialists Group say, “Many dogs noticeably enjoy their adjustments.”

Here are some signs to watch out for that may indicate your dog is uncomfortable:
*Abnormal sitting or lying posture
*Circling multiple times before lying down
*Whining, groaning or other vocalizations
*Limping, unable to get up or lie down
*Difficulty getting into car or down stairs
*Lack of grooming
*Won’t wag tail
*Licking or biting area
*Lack of appetite

Sessions with Dr. Campbell run from 15 – 30 minutes and must be scheduled in advance.

All Services must be paid for at time of visit.

Cancellation Policy: We ask that you please give us at least 24 hours notice if you have to cancel your session. This will allow us to give another dog your space. If you are a no-show, or we have less than 24 hours notice, there is a $25 charge for the missed session.

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