My practice philosophy is first and foremost to prevent disease and to find imbalances before symptoms manifest – basically treat before the last straw breaks the camel’s back. If disease has occurred already, I will help you address the root cause to create the greatest opportunity for healing.
The body has the innate ability to heal, provided it is supported in its efforts to do so. Such support can look very differently for each animal and may include different healing modalities that nurture body, mind and spirit. For more information on the services I offer, I invite you to explore my website. If there is a subject you are particularly interested in please feel free to let me know.
Peak Animal Health Center
Discover the Secret to Longevity for Your Animal – 10/21/16 and 11/1/16
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Allergies – are they plaguing your animal?
Tip of the month:
As fall nears so does vaccination “season”. With all the science showing that vaccines aren’t as harmless as many want us to believe, it is wise to investigate a little further. Wouldn’t it be nice to know if your horse or companion animal is still protected for the diseases they received vaccines for? Rabies vaccination, for example is known to protect an animal for several years. The same is true for Tetanus. Titer testing is a good way to find out what your friend really needs.
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The common understanding of Chiropractic Care is ‘cracking bones’, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Imagine a couple of scenarios: Client: My dog is really weak in the rear end and incontinent. Veterinarian: The reason could be a misalignment of the atlas (C1) Client: My horse injured her superficial digital flexor tendon. Veterinarian: The reason could be …
Close to 100% of all horses I see and know of show some signs of metabolic imbalances in their hooves and bodies. Those can reach anywhere from simple thrush, misalignments of the hooves to severe hoof pathologies such as founder for example or simply unexplained soreness. When I first started trimming hooves about 15 years ago, some of the horses’ …
Why nutritional needs for horses have changed. Today’s horse magazines are filled with articles addressing metabolic syndromes in horse, such as Insulin resistance, Cushing’s Disease, Obesity, Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy, Shivers, Degenerative Suspensory Ligament Desmitis/Equine Systemic Proteoglycan Accumulation, Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome, Founder and Laminitis. Once uncommon or even unknown, these disease processes are now dominating the equine media and …