Animal Chiropractic

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Animal chiropractors are distinct from veterinary professionals and do not engage in veterinary diagnosis or medical treatment. They are typically referred by primary care veterinarians to address issues such as neck, back, or joint discomfort, nerve complications, sports injuries, and arthritis. Their focus centers on identifying and rectifying Vertebral Subluxation Complexes (VSC), which are biomechanically dysfunctional joints of the spine or limbs that may aggravate the nervous system and manifest in various physical symptoms. It's important to emphasize that while chiropractic care does not substitute regular veterinary care, it can complement existing treatment options for spinal issues and related musculoskeletal disorders.

​​​​​​​Dr. Zac has been trained in small and large breed animal chiropractic care, with a focus on dogs, cats, and horses. Please visit for more information​

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