Jesse RussellISBN: 978-5-5146-2799-8;
Veterinary chiropractic also known as animal chiropractic, is an emerging subspecialization for Doctors of Veterinary Medicine (DVMs) and Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) to provide spinal manipulation, manual therapy and other holistic and conservative techniques for animals. In concert with conventional veterinary care, the complementary use of veterinary chiropractic is primarily used for common neuromusculoskeletal conditions. This reflects the use of complementary and alternative veterinary medicine which continues to grow within the veterinary community. Proposed benefits of animal chiropractic include, enhanced performance, function and quality of life. Currently there are uneven regulation and licensing standards across North America with certain juridictions, such as Ontario, which have regulated the practice of veterinary chiropractic.
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