Animal adjusting is a cost-effective option for many common veterinary movement problems. The majority of animals show a good response within 3 to 6 visits.
Dr. Morissette will examine your animal's gait to detect any dysfunctions. Following this, she will proceed to do what is called motion palpation, a technique in which each joint is taken through the normal range of motion. This will determine where your animal needs to have an alignment. After the alignment, recommendations will be given to help your animal recover faster.