PetAbility Podcast

Veterinary Chiropractic with Dr. Linda Rogers

October 19, 2021 PetAbility Season 2 Episode 21
PetAbility Podcast
Veterinary Chiropractic with Dr. Linda Rogers
Show Notes

Chiropractic for pets? Yup, it’s a thing. A really good thing! If you notice that your pet is not moving quite right or is holding themselves oddly, chiro may be the answer. And its not what you may think in terms of snap, crackle, pop. It’s a very gentle manual technique that our furry family members are surprisingly amenable to. Why? Because it makes them feels better! Listen to Linda Rogers, DVM, describe what it looks like to perform this holistic technique, share the broad spectrum of conditions that chiropractic can positively impact, and what its benefits are. The science and art of chiropractic impacts the nervous system to alleviate pain, promote proper movement, and ultimately restore homeostasis. Like we said, veterinary chiropractic is a really good thing!

Click here to find Dr. Rogers at Integrative Animal Health Center.
For more information about veterinary chiropractic and to find an animal chiropractor near you, click American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) or International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) or American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA).

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