If your animal is experiencing any of the above, it’s advisable that you consult your veterinarian about finding a chiropractor to evaluate your loved one. More often than not our animals do not develop symptoms until they are well past the initial stage of fixation. The nervous system acts as the super highway for messages getting sent to and from the brain to the rest of the body. Throughout their lives, animals will experience a variety of physical, mental, and chemical stressors to their systems. When this occurs, a common result is decreased motion at a joint, or a subluxation. Decreased motion will lead to decreased nerve function, muscle atrophy, and overactive inflammatory processes. All of this coming from one area of hypomobility! Chiropractic uses objective indicators to locate these subluxations and then utilizes a high velocity-low amplitude adjustment to reduce the fixation.
At the end of the day you’ll have a happier animal with better motion and improved quality of life! For more more information email us at AdvancedAnimalChiropractic@gmail.com, call 248-606-0136 or fill out the form below