Fargo Moorhead Area Pet Chiropractic

Dr. Brad Bartholomay is performing a Pet Chiropractic session at Casselton Veterinary Service.

Are you tired of seeing your pet in pain or struggling with its loss of energy? Have you tried surgery or other veterinary procedures to help relieve their discomfort but haven’t seen the results you are looking for? It may be time for you to consider a pet chiropractor. Casselton Veterinary Service has two on-staff members of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) to serve your pet’s chiropractic needs.

How does Pet Chiropractic work?

Pet chiropractic is a holistic, all-natural approach to treating a number of muscular, joint, and skeletal problems that are common in some dogs and certain breeds. The principles and practices behind veterinary chiropractic are nearly identical to those used with humans.
The most common way both human and animal chiropractors treat subluxations (misalignment of the vertebrae) and other problems is through chiropractic adjustment, which involves low-force manual manipulation of the spinal column, joints, or other affected areas. These adjustments help improve mobility and function and alleviate physical stress, strain, and pain by removing the source of the symptom and letting the body heal itself.

What conditions can Pet Chiropractic help with?

Pet chiropractic can help treat a long list of conditions, injuries, and ailments. Below are some of the more common conditions pet chiropractic can treat.

– Subluxations
– Stiffness
– Hip dysplasia
– Repetitive use injuries, neck and back injuries
– Osteoarthritis relief
– Post-surgery recovery
– Urinary incontinence Forelimb lameness

What are some of the Signs and Symptoms that your pet may need chiropractic care for?

If you notice any of these signs below in your pet, chiropractic treatment may be able to help. Setting up an initial exam to determine if your pet could benefit from pet chiropractic would be the first step.

– Not able to jump
– Arched back
– Having trouble climbing up or down the stairs
– Walking with a limp or dragging their back legs
– Weak front legs without obvious pain Trouble standing still or uncomfortable when lying down
– Unwillingness to move or decreased mobility
– Sitting or standing in an abnormal position or tilted to one side
– Abnormal walk and a shorter stride
– Yelping when you pick him up around the chest area or general sensitivity to touch

How soon can you expect to see Improvement?

The time it takes to see improvement really depends on the severity of their condition. After a single adjustment session, it could take up to five days for your dog’s body to repair itself, and for some conditions that may be all that they need. For some, relief could take anywhere from a few sessions to months of sessions. As with humans, a regular tune-up in most cases is a great rule of thumb as well.

What is the next step?

Casselton Veterinary Service has two on-staff members of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncturists (AAVA) and the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) to serve your pet’s chiropractic needs.

Call now to set up an appointment at 701-347-5496 or BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE.