How to Choose a Canine Chiropractor

Chiropractic treatment complements but does not substitute for regular veterinary care.

Chiropractic treatment complements but does not substitute for regular veterinary care. Before considering chiropractic for your dog, first visit your primary-care veterinarian and get a diagnosis of and treatment for any problems that require a traditional medical approach.

Your dog’s chiropractor should be either a licensed veterinarian or a licensed chiropractor with special training in animal chiropractic.

Locate a practitioner certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. AVCA-certified practitioners have completed five 30-hour modules of classroom and hands-on instruction and have passed comprehensive written and practical examinations. For a list of certified practitioners in your area, call the AVCA at (309) 658-2920.

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