Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tuesdays' Show & Tail - Animal Chiropractics

I'm joining in on Tuesday's Show & Tail at Angela's West Virginia's Treasures. If you have a cute story and picture of a pet, or any furry (or non-furry) friend, you are welcome to join in! Please check out the rules at her blog, and WELCOME!
A new trend used in health care and healing of animals is Chiropractics. If you have never heard of it before, it has been around for a while. When I lived in Illinois there were only two Doctors practicing on animals in our area back then. To be able to enroll in classes, one had to be either a Veterinarian, or a Chiropractor. It isn't something you can just "do". Chiropractics in humans has been successful for many different ills, so it stands to reason it should work in animal health care. Here is a story in PICTURES!

Make it a GREAT DAY!


Angela said...

How cool is that! Who would have thought that they can do that to a horse! Hope it helped her!

Thanks for sharing such an interesting post with us today!

Tuesdays' Show & Tail!

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farmlady said...

Amazing! I had no idea that anyone did this.
The animals probably respond as well or better than humans do because they don't have expectations of the outcome.
Very interesting....

Chatty Crone said...

Monica I have to say that was really cool. Did she feel better afterwards? How I would love an adjustment and massage.

Thanks for sharing.


Annesphamily said...

Even sweet animals have aches and pains! Amazing! Thanks Monica for sharing this with us. Anne

Rose said...

i don't see why not?thanks

Janet, said...

I say, if if works for humans it should work for animals, too. Of course it might be hard for them to tell the vet where it hurts. I think horses are so pretty, one of our neighbors has three in the field in front of our house,I like to watch them.