•                                                   Merel 235, 1965 GN Heemskerk, The Netherlands

  • What is chiropractic?

    Veterinary Chiropractic is the science, art, and philosophy of achieving health through the restoration and maintenance of the functioning of the neuromuscular system by means of manipulating the spinal column. Offering applications in the treatment of many health and performance issues, Veterinary Chiropractic identifies and treats biomechanical dysfunctions and their effects on the entirety of the nervous system. It is not a replacement of regular veterinary medicine, but rather offers additional tools for diagnosing and treating ailments of the musculoskeletal system. In addition, Veterinary Chiropractic can frequently alleviate or eliminate acute or chronic pain syndromes.
    Treatments are tailored to fit the specific needs of the patient. Extensive anamnesis and chiropractic examination are followed by treatment including recommendations for rehabilitation, nutrition, and training. 

  • When to consider chiropractic?

    Veterinary Chiropractic has proven its effectiveness in treating many ailments and complaints. Below is a selection of het most common of these:
      - Chronic back conditions such as spondylosis, hernia nucleus, pulposi
      - Recurrent lameness
      - Dysplasia of the hip and elbow
      - Neck pain
      - Incontinence
      - Lessened performance in sports
      - Inability to jump into the car 

  • What is the difference with osteopathy?

    The strenght of chiropractic is the treatment of the locomotive apparatus and especially restoring spinal mobility. Osteopathy is especially effective in the treatment of the organs and the influence this has on the spinal column. By combining the two forms of manual therapy, the strengths of both are used optimally for the best results.

  • For more information about the Basic Veterinary Chiropractic Training click here