CHIROPRACTIC - Mobile Vetcare Ltd

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Chiropractic looks after the health of the neuro-muscular system – the nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones.
The body looks after itself – moving, breathing, digesting, reproducing is happening without giving it much thought. There is a constant dynamic interaction between all the different parts of the body to make this work smoothly. The nervous system plays a major role in this.
If the function of the nervous system is impaired it will have consequences for the rest of the body. Normal movement can become stiff, tense and painful and organs can become involved. This will affect the animal’s general performance and wellbeing. Restoring normal movement with chiropractic care will assist the body in looking after itself.
A chiropractic exam consists of assessing joint movements in the spinal column and limbs. Joints with reduced or no movement, or painful joints influence the information entering the central nervous system, and therefore influence the information coming out of the central nervous system.
Chiropractic treatment is done with an adjustment - a small, precise and rapid movement directed along the movement planes of the problematic joint with the aim to restore the normal range of movement. Restoring the normal range of movement in the joint normalises its input into the nervous system, which subsequently assists in normalising further nervous communications.
Chiropractic adjustments help the body to heal itself, which is sometimes all that is needed.  In other cases – such as for example a broken bone, kidney failure, or old age – chiropractic adjustments can powerfully support wellbeing and improve the quality of life of the patient. Chiropractic does not cure broken bones, kidney failure, or old age.  

Chiropractic care integrated with conventional veterinary care improves healing, quality of life and/or performance.
Chiropractic care should ideally be performed on a regular basis to iron out any problems when they are still small and potentially uncomplicated. This starts at birth, especially after a complicated birth, and ends at old age with death.

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