The Chiropractic Adjustment for the horse is a whole body assessment of movement, muscle tone/condition and range of motion. An adjustment can take anywhere from 20-40 minutes, depending on the overall condition of the horse and any problem areas that may be discovered. Chiropractic care can help a variety of problems, including training injuries, decreased performance, arthritic conditions, behavioral changes, abnormal posture, loss of range of motion, gait problems, difficulty executing desired movements. The adjustment includes extremity stretching, spine and extremity adjusting, and myofascial work.
01 Equine Chiropractic
The Chiropractic Adjustment for the dog is a whole body assessment of movement, and range of motion. An adjustment can take anywhere from 5-15 minutes, depending on the overall condition of the dog and the severity of the problem. Chiropractic care can help a variety of problems, including difficulty getting up and down stairs or chaning position, competition in athletic events, spinal disc problems, joint problems, lameness, loss of power in the back legs, injuries from falls and accidents, arthritis, hip dysplasia, etc. The adjustment includes extremity stretching, spine and extremity adjusting, and some myofascial work.
02 Canine Chiropractic
The Chiropractic Adjustment for the rider is a whole body assessment of movement, and range of motion. An adjustment can take anywhere from 10 -15 minutes, depending on the conditon of the spine, extremities and muscles.The adjustment includes spine and extremity adjusting, and myofascial work.
03 Rider Chiropractic
Chiropractic is the healing art and science concerned with the detection and correction of spinal misalignments, or subluxations. It utilizes the inherent healing ability of the body, by restoring the relationship of the spinal column and the nervous system. The nervous system is the master control system of the body. It controls every cell organ and tissue. When a vertebra of the spine loses its proper motion it can affect the function of the nervous system . This can manifest as pain, loss of motion, and loss of function.
In humans, chiropractic is utilized as a method of healing musculoskeletal injuries as well as a form of wellness care in order to optimize their health and performance. The motor until of the spine consists of two adjecent vertebra. Each vertebrae, in its conjunction with the vertebra above and below, allows the spine to perform three essential functions: movement, flexibility and stability. When a motor unit loses its proper motion, it inherently loses its flexibily and stability. This causes pain and a decrease in overall function and performance.
The chiropractic adjustment is a specific thrust applied to the affected vertebra with the intent to restore the proper motion to the motor unit. As a result of the restoration of movement, all associated structures begin to heal and return to normal function. The nerves, muscles, liganments, blood vessels and joints are all restored to normal function.