You might have seen some famous trending pet-related content where there are pet chiropractors cracking our furry friends’ backs! You might be wondering what exactly the purpose of these procedures is, if it is the same as hoomans, and if there are any risks involved. MyFriend is here to help and answer all your questions!
We’re probably already well acquainted with chiropractors and alternative medicines & procedures in humans. The cracking sound might aid and provide a sense of temporary relief, but are there any actual benefits?
Bone or chiropractic manipulation is a method to address abnormalities in the skeletal and muscular systems, particularly the spine. Bone manipulation has the potential to improve mobility in animals and reduce pain.
Chiropractic care in humans helps with the skeletal and muscular systems, especially injuries to the neck and back, as well as specific inflammations. Veterinarians apply chiropractic care to animals with these conditions, such as the following.
If you wish to take your little furry friends for chiropractic care, you should first seek advice from a veterinarian, starting with a health check, any disease diagnosis, and obtaining information about the potential risks associated with chiropractic adjustments.
Chiropractic care is one option for treating your dogs and cats and can aid in helping them recover from illness, but it may have side effects and impacts on your little one. It has the potential to lead to stress or anxiety. So before you book your appointment, check with the vet first! Chiropractic care for your pets should be guided and advised by a veterinarian before undergoing treatment. 🌟
This article is reviewed by the veterinarian from Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University (CUVET)
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