Common Horse Chiropractic Adjustments Demonstrated in Videos
These videos show an adjustment of an uncomplicated horse with very few concerns at this time. This is a maintenance adjustment on a horse that has been adjusted before. As you can see in the videos, Dr Julie does all her adjusting by hand and is quite gentle. She does not sedate the animals prior to adjustment and prefers to have them relax and be a willing participant–which they are usually happy to do! She uses large foam blocks to stand on so can align herself in the correct angle towards the horse (and these blocks are much safer than a ladder in case the horse or human slip!). A typical adjustment includes assessment and treatment of the full spine of the animal, and often includes assessment/treatment of the extremities including legs, tail, jaw, and ribs. Dr Julie typically does some degree of muscle work on every animal she adjusts because it helps to relieve pain that the horse may be experiencing, as well as helping the adjustment last as long as possible. Every adjustment comes with a detailed explanation of what was done, recommendations for future treatments (if needed), and home exercises like stretching, strengthening, and other techniques if they are necessary.
Video shows an adjustment of the horses neck (cervical spine)
Neck and Cervical Video shows an adjustment of the horses back (thoracic and lumbar spine)
This Video shows an adjustment of the horses legs (limbs, extremities)
The Video here shows a Graston (trademark) treatment of the horses low back.
Horse Chiropractic Adjustments
Call or text Dr. Julie at 320-552-0110, if your horse or other large animal exhibits some of the health symptoms shown above. Dr. Julie will be glad to work with your horse or other large animal to correct many common health issues.