Dog Chiropractor Care in Jonesboro, AR for Better Mobility

Chiropractic refers to the practice of manipulating the spine to help treat certain conditions and diseases. It is non-surgical, drug-free, and is effective for disorders affecting interactions between the nerves, muscles, and skeleton. These disorders can greatly limit your pet's quality of life, but we're more than qualified to help. At Animal Medical Center of Jonesboro, we can provide effective cat and dog chiropractor care in Jonesboro, AR to your ailing pet. To get started, give us a call at (870) 935-8387 or make an appointment online to schedule a consultation.

Brown dog with its tongue out: Pet Chiropractic Care in Jonesboro
Dog and Cat Chiropractor Care Jonesboro, AR

How We Use Pet Chiropractic Care

Problems occur when the biomechanics of the spine become dysfunctional through overuse, injury, or an existing condition. The spinal cord connects all your pet’s muscles and organs through the nervous system. Therefore, when it is compromised, it negatively affects other aspects of your pet’s body by blocking communication signals through the nervous system. This causes stiffness, pain, and even organ dysfunction.

With chiropractic we can treat:

  • Arthritis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Rehab from fractures
  • Rehab from joint surgery
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Sport dog injuries and strains

Immobility and hindered movement affect your pet’s entire well-being and quality of life. Chiropractic can relieve their discomfort, restore harmony to their bodies, and help them lead a mobile, pain-free life. Pet chiropractic care is not limited to sick or injured animals; it is also invaluable for athletic pets such as hunting dogs, agility athletes, and more.

Combining the Power of Alternative Therapies

While chiropractic alone has effective, long-lasting results, when we couple it with other therapies such as acupuncture and physical therapy, your pet benefits even further. Acupuncture helps to further release any tension built up in the body, increase circulation, and improve nerve communications, too. Physical therapy then helps to improve your pet’s balance, flexibility, and strength. Contact us at (870) 935-8387 today to learn more about chiropractic care for pets and our alternative therapies that help your pet lead a pain-free, fully mobile life.