Browni, one of our fur babies was having some back and neck problems. She is 7 years old and was having trouble walking, as well as not being able to lift her neck and head to look up. Poor baby. Pain RX and steroid shot did NOT help at all. We had never tried chiropractic and thought this may help. After just 5 visits to Dr Gates, Browni now trots and gallops like a puppy. We were all jumping for joy.
The Difference - effective, fast, thorough
Pets, people, we all love this method of treatment. There's NO trauma, twisting or hard pressure.
Pain, poor quality of life; fatigue, spasm... Since your Brain and Spinal Cord control your bodies muscles, tissues, cells, and function it is beneficial to keep it flowing freely- with chiropractic care.
Our companion pets benefit with chiropractic care and a different approach to health. *NO drugs/NO surgery.. We work with a Vet.
Kate almost went for surgery. Look at this. She couldn't walk.
Ginger almost had surgery. She couldn't walk.
Ceaser was amazing. He couldn't use one of his back legs and almost had it amputated. He was at MOGS.
Top 10 laser effects:
Chiropractic saved his leg NO need for AMPUTATION.
She couldn't lift her head to look up and walked woolly.
He limped and left mom to hunt alone. Now he's back to helping.
Vet ruled out swallowing anything and chiropractic helped her quickly to rid the problem.
They're athletes, companions and part of the family.
Let's keep them healthy.
Managers Horse FREE *first visit
VOM EXAM AND ADJUSTMENT SPINAL *first visit
Follow up Maintenance $79
REDUCING PAIN, INFLAMMATION, INCREASING HEALING TIME *w/ treatment + $12
VOM EXAM , ADJUSTMENT SPNAL
*Follow Up $39 Laser w/ treatment +$12
VOM EXAM , ADJUSTMENT SPNAL
*Follow up if needed $85
Managers Horse FREE *first visit Will TRAVEL w/i a radius 40 miles
First visit with exam;
Follow up/Maintenance $39
Group adjustments will reduce prices. *call 816 525 1525
All chiropractic techniques (veterinary and human) rely on the chiropractic “listing” to determine the presence of a subluxation.
Through manual palpation a misplaced bone prominence or a taught and tender muscle may be discovered by a competent veterinary chiropractor whose patient is cooperative and relaxed.
This is a listing, an anatomical subluxation sign, and almost always is indicative of a neuronal subluxation syndrome.
Unfortunately, only 40% of all neuronal subluxations produce palpable anatomical subluxation signs. This means over half of all the animal’s subluxations will be overlooked if anatomical listings are used as a means to discover them.
The good news is that all neuronal subluxations produce “pathological reads”, and all these reads are obvious and easy to discover and reduce.
The goal of an adjustment in an animal is all the vertebral subluxations in that animal are reduced. Subluxation reduction based on anatomical listings will get approximately half of the total neurological subluxations present in the animal.
Subluxation reduction based on pathological reads will get them all, and will verify they have been reduced. Fast, easy, effective.