Whether for your retired equine companion or a current athlete, regular chiropractic care can help restore normal joint motion, stimulate neurologic reflexes, and reduce overall pain and muscle spasm to aid in overall body health.

A chiropractic examination evaluates and corrects “vertebral subluxation complexes.” This term used to describe “a complex of functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that comprise neural integrity and may influence organ system function and general health.” These subluxations can occur from a single traumatic event, or more often, are caused by microtrauma or repetitive stress injuries from daily life, compensation, or related to performance work.

Regular chiropractic care can help with prevention as well as early identification of potential medical issues and allow for the prompt initiation of adjunctive treatments if necessary.

Chiropractic appointments are schedule with Dr. Martin. She completed training for animal chiropractic through Options for Animal Chiropractic College and is certificated through the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association.


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