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McTimoney Chiropractic has been helping animals for over 40 years. We work only with the permission of the individual animal’s veterinary surgeon, as not only is this a legal requirement, but also provides better care for the animal.

McTimoney Chiropractic seeks to align and rebalance the body to help the nervous system function to its optimum.

Almost every cell in the body is governed by the nervous system so misalignments within the skeleton interfere with the function of the nervous system, affecting muscles and joints. If two adjacent vertebrae are not aligned perfectly the gap between them where the spinal nerve exits becomes distorted, causing tension and inflammation around the nerve, preventing the free flow of information. This can lead to muscle tension, stiffness or pain.
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Dogs

 

Misalignments are most commonly caused by dogs being dogs! Playing with each other, chasing balls, tuggy toys, jumping on and off furniture and into and out of cars. Agility, obedience, showing and other performance events all can cause stresses and strains on the musculoskeletal system leading to reduced performance or possibly injury.

Common symptoms that McTimoney Chiropractic may help are reluctance to be exercised, pain before or after exercise, yelping on movement, reluctance to be stroked or handled, unexplained behaviour changes, absence of resolution of a problem using conventional methods, recurrence of symptoms previously treated successfully by manipulation, changes in gait.

 

A full medical history will be taken, including examination and if appropriate gait analysis.

Treatment is done using hands only, with fast light adjustments that are generally well tolerated by the animal. Advice on post treatment care will be given and usually includes a period of restricted exercise.

 

Cats

 

Cats can also benefit from treatment. Problems can occur following climbing, hunting or accidents.

Common symptoms are; reluctance to be stroked or handled, unexplained behaviour changes, changes in gait.

 

A full medical history will be taken, including examination and if appropriate gait analysis.

Treatment is done using hands only, with fast light adjustments that are generally well tolerated by the animal. Advice on post treatment care will be given and usually includes a period of restricted exercise.

 

Fees for Dogs and Cats

 

 

Contact

Emma O’Connor

Phone: 01572 820515

Email: e.oconnor55@yahoo.co.uk