Chiropractic Care

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Chiropractic Care in Del Mar, CA

Chiropractic care offers a natural, holistic approach to address and treat various symptoms. We use proven methods to alleviate interference of the skeletal system so that the body can heal itself in a natural way.

What Conditions Can a Pet Chiropractor Help Treat?

Veterinary chiropractic therapy can be a powerful means of treating numerous wounds, ailments and injuries in pets. As this modality advances, more conditions will certainly appear on the list of pet issues that it has been shown to benefit.

How Often Does My Animal Need An Adjustment?

Just as it is important to maintain vaccinations and worming schedules, it is important to make sure that the spine is kept in optimum condition. For optimal health, many animals should be examined and adjusted annually, whereas others require quarterly chiropractic treatments to stay healthy. For senior pets in particular, more frequent visits may be necessary.

How do you know if your animal needs chiropractic care?

Traumas such as slips, falls, intense bumps, and other anxieties can cause the spine to become misaligned. If your pet is showing signs of pain or discomfort, chiropractic care may be necessary either as a one-time treatment or on an ongoing basis. Chiropractic therapy should not be overlooked when it comes to providing holistic health for our furry friends!

How Soon Will You See Improvement?

How quickly will your pet receive comfort after a chiropractic adjustment? That largely depends on their personal situation, injury or ailment. After one appointment alone, it can take up to five days for them to recover and feel better again – in some cases that’s all they need. Although more serious conditions could require multiple sessions over the course of several months before relief is achieved.

Some of the signs your animal may need chiropractic care are:

  • Pain when you push on the animal’s back, especially near the spine
  • Resistance to turning their head one direction
  • Changes in behavior that cannot be explained
  • Difficulties with jumping
  • Stiffness
  • Neck and/or back pain
  • Walking with a limp or dragging his back legs
  • Hunched back
  • Sitting or standing in an abnormal position and tilted to the side
  • Unable to perform activities that were once normal
  • After fractures have healed from an acute trauma
  • Pain when you push on the animal’s back, especially near the spine
  • Resistance to turning their head one direction
  • Changes in behavior that cannot be explained
  • Difficulties with jumping
  • Stiffness
  • Neck and/or back pain
  • Walking with a limp or dragging his back legs
  • Hunched back
  • Sitting or standing in an abnormal position and tilted to the side
  • Unable to perform activities that were once normal
  • After fractures have healed from an acute trauma