Dr. Courtney and Lowcountry Animal Chiropractic treats all of our patients with a comprehensive strategy involving manual adjustments and education. Let us help keep your pet as happy and healthy as possible.
Services we Offer:
Your horse is an athlete and every athlete needs a tune up so they perform at their best. Missing lead, biting at the bit, refusing to turn, or collect are all signs that your equine companion may need to be adjusted. Care can be for acute issues such as those listed, or for maintenance (tune ups), which will help them perform better and stay healthier.
A very common question is How do I know my dog needs to be adjusted? The best way to tell is to have them checked by an animal chiropractor! Many times, owners will wait until their dog is showing symptoms, by that point, the problem has already developed and been present for a while. It is best to catch subluxations (abnormal joint motion), before they cause pain and other symptoms. All dogs should be checked regardless of size, breed, age or activity level. We treat doggy athletes to the household pet, they all deserve to be happy and healthy.
Just like humans, your feline companion can also benefit from chiropractic adjustments to promote a healthy lifestyle and well-being throughout their 9 lives. Although subtle, your cat may be exhibiting symptoms that indicate they may have back pain, such as excessive stretching, taking steps slowly, stiff when walking, pain when being picked up, or trouble entering or exiting their litter box. Although these are just a few of the possible signs of discomfort, if your feline displays any of the symptoms above, a chiropractic adjustment may be an effective option.
If you notice a change in your animal's behavior or obvious signs that something isn't quite right, they may be in need of an adjustment. Contact Lowcountry Animal Chiropractic today to see if we offer services for your pet.
What Conditions Can an Animal Chiropractor Help Treat:
- Bone Disorders
- Disc Disorders
- Soft-Tissue Disorders
Signs and Symptoms:
There are many circumstances where adding chiropractic to your animal's health care routine would be appropriate, the most significant being signs of pain. If you notice any of these signs in your animal, it could mean that they suffer from a condition that chiropractic treatment could help. Of course, always consult with your vet first if you're concerned about any of your pet's symptoms or overall health.
- Signs of Pain
- Behavior Changes
- Abnormal Posture
- Reduced Movement
- Sensitivity to Touch
- Avoiding Normal Activity
Dr. Courtney has helped my aging little pinscher tremendously! Her genuine care for
his well-being and gentle touch has allowed him to stay off of pain medications and
enjoy his life to the fullest.
- Melissa P -
My boy has benefited so much from Dr. Courtney adjusting him.
He moves so much better with regular adjustments and has
- Kathi C -