This sassy little Jack Russell is Casey. She is a terrier that manages to fill our hearts with love every time she pays us a visit. Casey has never necessarily suffered from any particular condition, instead she sees us for preventative and protective purposes. Casey is a very active girl, she hikes, she runs, she jumps out of windows and falls down stairs (much like many animals do) and her mom knows that all of these activities (intentional and unintentional) can affect her structure, which in turn can affect her function. For example, Casey has a habit of being bowled over by bigger and more rambunctious pups. As these instances accumulate, Casey begins to slow down, walk a little sideways, tuck her tail, and her “jumper” will break. When her jumper is broken, no one is happy. This is where we come in to help put the pieces back together. Though Casey doesn’t have arthritis, torn ligaments or strained muscles, she does have structural shifts that take place in her pelvis and lumbars affecting her ability to move her best, and these if left unaddressed could easily lead to more serious conditions. When she gets adjusted, these shifts are restored to normal and her jumper turns back on. We love it when Casey comes to see us mainly because we enjoy her company, but we also love being able to help this girl feel her best each day!
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