THE WONDERS OF CHIROPRACTIC
Recently PLC received a comment from Michael McKibbon, Perth, Australia on behalf of Attadale Chiropractic Clinic. You can find the interesting comments by going to firstname.lastname@example.org and clicking on the Koala bear. Brien
AS some of you may know from previous articles, I have rather difficult times with my back. This requires almost constant treatment from my Chiropractor. I feel very fortunate to have Dr. Jennifer Heick as my doctor, as she has been for almost 18 years. Beyond being an excellent practitioner, she is also one of the most caring persons that I have ever met. In fact, until other concerns forced her to retire, she was a treasured Board member of Pet Loss Canada and a friend.
One of the most amazing parts of Jennifer’s practice is that she offers chiropractic to animals: not just dogs and cats, but horses, even perhaps, cows. It is not unusual to be sitting in the lobby awaiting an appointment and see her and her staff greeting and assisting people’s animals, primarily with problems called “subluxations”. It is one more service that can be provided to our animal population to make their lives more beneficial and, possibly, extend their lives. I would like to suggest to you all that, occasionally, you have your animal checked by a Chiropractor , primarily for spinal issues. I only wish that I had more experience and understanding of what happens to them. But I do know that, if they are fortunate enough to receive the care that I do, then they are happier by much.
As animals of all kinds are becoming more and more a part of our every day living and significance, medicine is also advancing to assist them. Chiropractic is one of those practices. Thank goodness for caring veterinarians and others, like Dr. Jennifer, who not only offer care but also love to their patients. I would suggest that you check your area for “alternate care methods” like chiropractic: the value added is well worth the search for your animals. Brien
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