For pets recovering from surgery or experiencing neck and/or joint pains, sports injuries, or muscle spasms, we have non-invasive options to ease their discomfort and advance their recovery. Our pet chiropractic services in Hugo allow us to treat a multitude of internal and musculoskeletal problems without the need for surgery. Chiropractic care focuses on the spine and how it affects your pet’s overall nervous system. We often use this therapy in conjunction with your pet’s primary veterinary care to improve and maintain their health.
Why Conditions Can Benefit from Our Pet Chiropractic Service:
Our pet chiropractor manipulates and adjusts your pet’s joints with their hands or with the aid of special instruments. Chiropractic care has many uses, though it works best as an additional diagnostic procedure or in conjunction with other treatments. Conditions pet chiropractic service helps improve include:
- Pain in the neck/back
- Post-surgical trauma
- Sporting injuries
- Bowel disorders
- Muscle spasms
- Cruciate ligament issues
Signs Your Pet May Need Chiropractic Care:
Your pet may not be able to tell you when they’re in pain, but there are signs you can look out for in case you’re not sure. These include:
- Altered gait
- Reduced activity
- Inability to climb stairs
- Difficulty bending or flexing neck/back
Our Referral Chiropractor:
We have a certified chiropractor to whom we refer our patients for chiropractic treatments. Dr. Eian obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic and Chiropractic Acupuncture degrees from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. Additionally, she is registered with the MN Board of Chiropractic. Dr. Eian completed her training at Options for Animals School of Animal Chiropractic in Wellsville, KS, as well as attended Options for Animals School of Animal Chiropractic for Practical Rehabilitation Techniques for the Animal Chiropractic Patient.
Could Our Chircopractic Services Benefit Your Pet:
If you wish to know more about our pet chiropractic services here in Hugo, let us know at. We look forward to sitting down with you and discussing your pet’s options. The efficacy of these procedures depends entirely on your pet’s response to treatment. Keep in mind that e may need to implement other treatments (laser therapy, medication, etc.) as well. Chiropractic care should never serve as a replacement for primary veterinary care. Your primary veterinarian needs to refer your pet before they receive any chiropractic services.