ANIMAL SERVICES

Health Comes First

As a licensed professional Chiropractor, I aim to offer chiropractic services in order to meet my clients needs. I’m highly committed to offering high quality care to the Hampshire, Surrey and Oxfordshire community. It’s taken me years of hard work to get where I am today, to the point where I can say your animals health is in good hands.

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CANINES

The Care Your Animal Deserves

Animal Chiropractic is a non surgical, drug-free approach to increasing function within your animals body, resulting in increased health and wellbeing of your beloved friend. 

The body is controlled by the nervous system, the nerves that exit at each level of the spine have very specific jobs, they control a range of functions, including skin sensation, organ function and muscle tone and strength. When there is a dysfunction/loss of motion which can be caused by trauma e.g. bumps, falls, surgery etc then the nervous system is usually affected, which can then result in an inability to heal correctly. Animals usually show us this by presenting us with: 

- 'Puppy sitting'/altered sitting
- Discomfort when being touched or moving
- Hesitancy when climbing stairs or jumping 
- Difficulty when getting up after lying down
- Favouring to lie on one side more than the other
- Change in behaviour
- Change in gait or lameness
- Licking or chewing paws 
- Decrease in performance

              

Please contact about pricing - We offer group discounts as well!

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HORSES

Helping Your Animals Health

Animal Chiropractic is a non surgical, drug-free approach to increasing function within your animals body, resulting in increased health and wellbeing of your beloved friend. 

The body is controlled by the nervous system, the nerves that exit at each level of the spine have very specific jobs, they control a range of functions, including skin sensation, organ function and muscle tone and strength. When there is a dysfunction/loss of motion which can be caused by trauma e.g. bumps, falls, surgery etc then the nervous system is usually affected, which can then result in an inability to heal correctly. Animals usually show us this by presenting us with: 


- Resistance to being mounted/ridden
- Altered performance 
- Pain or stiffness when being touched or moved 
- Lameness, altered gait or shortened stride
- Resistance to picking up feet
- Changes in posture
- Bucking or rearing 
- Difficulty or inability to taking a lead
- Pinning ears back, biting or snapping
- Difficulty flexing at poll

  Please contact about pricing - We offer group discounts as well!

Getting in touch is the first step to your healthy animal