All animals should be under regular veterinary care. If you suspect a problem with your animal that may be helped by an animal chiropractor, have your veterinarian examine the animal first.
- Spinal trauma, treatment only following prior X-ray clarification.
- Spondylosis (ossification of the spine). In many cases mobilization of symptomatic restrictions in the “healthy” area of the spine can lead to alleviation of symptoms.
- Cauda Equina Syndrome
- Cervical Vertebra Syndrome
- Discopathy, following prior X-ray clarification
- Lick granuloma
- Existing irreversible changes (such as hip dysplasia, spondylosis, arthrosis, etc.) can lead to VSCs in the spine as a result of compensation.
- Arthrosis. This often causes VSCs in the spine.
- Sciatica neuralgia
- Recurrent anal gland infections
- Recurrent ear infections
- Incontinence. This can be exacerbated by VSCs in the lumbar vertebrae.
- Hypersensitivity and hyposensitivity
- Undefined lameness. This can be caused by VSCs in the joints of limbs or the spine.
- Sports dogs. Removal of any restrictions helps optimize performance
- Geriatric patients.
- Preventive treatment to maintain fitness.
If you think your animal would benefit from chiropractic treatment, please contact me!
Text & graphics : © IVCA 2010 | Photos : © R. Schrenk 2011
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