McTimoney Chiropractic - Animal Chiropractic




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Published on Jun 12, 2012

All animals may suffer from back, neck, pelvic and musculoskeletal problems at some time during their life. And like us, they may benefit from McTimoney treatment. Although it is mainly horses and dogs that have been treated, a huge variety of other animals have also benefitted -- cats, farm animals, birds, and variety of "exotics" - even an elephant.

The McTimoney chiropractic technique, an ethical and respectful way in which to work with another species; most animals will accept it quite readily and many seem to really enjoy it.

Whatever the age of your animal, whatever your chosen life style, activity or sport with your animal, you can improve the comfort, well being, general health, quality of life, and even performance of your animal with the aid of McTimoney treatment.

McTimoney chiropractic will align and balance the animal's musculoskeletal system, so optimizing the individual's dynamic flexibility and helping the nervous system to function at its highest level. By adjusting those misaligned joints throughout the whole body whilst paying special attention to the spine and pelvis, health, soundness and performance may be restored and maintained.

Legally chiropractors may only work with the permission of the individual's veterinary surgeon; the reality is that often the veterinary surgeon may suggest chiropractic as part of the remedy and in practical terms this may mean working in collaboration with the veterinary team.

The McTimoney Chiropractic Association (MCA) is the only chiropractic association to have a specific group of chiropractors qualified and trained to treat animals. All members of the MCA Animal Group have graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, the only chiropractic college in the world to offer a two year post graduate academic course which leads to a Masters degree in chiropractic for animals.

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