Animals benefit from many of the same wholistic services that we as humans enjoy. At The Animal Chiropractor we consider all aspects of health and wellness in our services.
This includes proper nutrition, exercise, proper spinal alignment, healthy joints, and a safe living environment.
Caring for your pet requires a sensitivity that draws from the principle of Projection. The principle of Projection tells us that how we are about ourselves is reflected to us by the world around us. Dr. Paul connects with each dog, cat or exotic from a place of peace and love. This is the non-physical work that is not always seen by owners but felt deeply by clients. The physical work is a blending of vibrational energy, massage, chiropractic and physical therapy.
Our main objective is to identify any and all fixations within the spine and extremities that would prevent proper movement of joints and/or pinching of nerves. Many times, results can be seen quickly with a very conservative number of visits.
With a Class 3 laser your pet can receive the benefits of laser sessions. The laser's major influence is in helping to reduce inflammation and promote healing from within the body. These sessions can be done as stand-alone or in conjunction with chiropractic care.
We offer area specific myofascial release or massage in 15-minute increments. The benefit is the concentrated care to a much-needed area at a fraction of the cost of a "full body" session.
Dr. Paul will support you in building a healthier pet. No matter what the health care needs are, having an animal chiropractor support you will keep your dog, cat or horse the path to wellness. We work together to connect you with the services of care needed.
When you choose Dr. Paul, you join a community. We work not just with you but with other members of our community to build a network of people working together for a healthier world for all our relatives.
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.