Veterinary Chiropractic or Animal Chiropractic helps in a mechanical and non-invasive way to diagnose, prevent and treat health problems and performance of animals.


Chiropractic is a branch of science that through physical-manual therapy restores and maintains the balance of the body. In a basic chiropractic treatment, the main focus is on the spine (assessing and adjusting the vertebrae from the occipital to the sacrum) and its effects on the nervous system of the animal, thus achieving a global treatment.


Spinal misalignment can affect balance and homeostasis (balanced state of all body systems, necessary for the body to function properly). Quadrupeds compensate for any type of injury, even the slightest imbalance, by altering their way of moving or moving, with the consequent loss of harmony that translates into the unequivocal appearance of signs of discomfort and new injuries.


The use of chiropractic is integrated as a complement to the health systems in the most developed societies, and is widely spread in highly competitive animals to provide them with greater performance and a long sporting life.

Benefits of Chiropractic

  • Helps to recover and maintain full physical capacities
  • Relieves chronic musculoskeletal problems
  • Maintains joint health
  • Reduces tension or stiffness by increasing mobility and lengthening the stride
  • Optimizes the performance of sporting animals
  • Prevents compensatory injuries
  • It keeps the nervous system awake.
  • Increases the proprioceptive abilities of the body.
  • Improves the relationship of trust with the human.
  • It helps herbivorous animals to relax from their innate condition of alertness to prey animals.
  • Get some animals to discover new ways to position their body to later incorporate them into their innate healing mechanisms.