Dr. Paul earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic at Life University in Georgia and has been specializing in Animal Chiropractic since 2005. His passion is in helping dogs, cats and exotic animals with musculoskeletal conditions and improving overall wellness.
Animal chiropractic, will treat all members of the family! From puppy to senior and across all breeds we're here for examination, treatment and ongoing health & wellness for your animal.
Chiropractic works on the premise that an animal's spine that is out of balance will affect the communication of the nervous system from brain to body.
When the physical body is out of balance it affects the mental body as well. When we as humans have physical discomfort does it not affect our mood? Many of our clients once their bodies work better they feel better and do well with some routine maintenance.
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"
- B. Franklin
We use the acronym TAILS to help identify when your pet could use support or direct help through chiropractic care:
T - Transitions
Major milestones of life, new adoption or foster, new kitten, diagnosis of major health condition such as arthritis or cancer
A - Attitude
Is becoming aggressive, head shy. He/she is telling you (in animal language) they are uncomfortable or in pain.
I - Injury
Small or big injuries. Repetitive injuries like jumping in and out of the car or excessive leash pulling. pulling hard on rope, or injury interactions with another animal
L - Life Functions
Trouble eating. Can't hold themselves up when going potty. Growing episodes of potty accidents
S - Social
They're not playing the same. Won't jump on the couch or in the car.