Animal Chiropractic – Animal Acupuncture – Canine Rehabilitation – Omaha
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3125 S 61st Ave | Omaha NE 68106 | 402-614-6075
What is Animal Chiropractic? Chiropractic care in animals, just like in humans, seeks to maintain the optimal motion of all joints in the body, but especially the spine. Lack of normal motion in the spine can lead to back pain, lameness, lack of performance, or a decrease in overall health. The treatment to restore normal joint motion is when a trained animal...Read More
Using the same techniques and treatment modalities as Physical Therapy for humans, the goal of Physical Rehabilitation is to help the animal to return to function after injury or orthopedic surgery. An injury in one limb has the potential to affect both the spine and other limbs through compensation. Special care is given to examine all joints and muscles in the animal and not just focus on the injured limb or joint. Therapy is aimed at restoring normal joint range of motion, flexibility and muscular strength.Read More
Dog sports throughout the country are growing rapidly and Omaha is no exception. Common sports include agility, obedience, rally, flyball, herding, dock diving, hunting, lure coursing, and many others. Click here for local dog training groups on our Links page. Canine sports medicine is a unique field of practice focussed on treating the canine athlete –...Read More
Acupuncture is an ancient healing art, for both humans and animals, that originated in China over 2000 years ago. Acupuncture involves the stimulation of a particular anatomical location on the body to achieve a specific therapeutic effect. The point itself is called an “acupoint”. Modern science has revealed that the acupoints are located in areas of the body...Read More
We want to provide the most comprehensive approach to improve the comfort and performance of your animal companion in a friendly, professional atmosphere. Using both modern technology and ancient healing arts, we aim to integrate alternative treatment plans with traditional veterinary medicine to achieve the best results. Our strategies are based on the philosophy that the body contains the innate ability to heal itself.
There is a growing trend in human healthcare as more people begin to seek out natural approaches to healing when traditional medicine does not yield the results they expected.Our goal is to educate both clients and referring veterinarians in the region about the benefits and applications of alternative therapies and the potential power of integrative medicine.
Not often do you spend an hour, one-on-one with your veterinarian. We start with a very thorough physical, orthopedic, and neurological exam combined with a chiropractic and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medical (TCVM) exam to arrive at the most accurate diagnosis.