Canine, Feline + Equine, Mule,Donkey,Goat, Cow...
What Can Be Treated?
The term “myofascia” refers to the muscle, “myo”, and the connective tissue that surrounds and attaches the muscle, “fascia”, hence, “Myofascial”.
The release that is achieved with this technique is therapeutic on many levels:
VMR was developed out of a desire to enhance the healing benefits of the VOM Treatment Technology. Specifically it was the skeletal muscle tension associated with subluxation that was being addressed.
Surgery and Drugs are NOT always necessary.
You haven't tried everything if you haven't tried Chiropractor.PET
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Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) is a healing technology that locates areas of the animal’s nervous system that has fallen out of communication, and re-establishes neuronal communication and thus induces healing. VOM is singularly the most simple, effective and safe healing modality in veterinary care to date. For the VOM practitioner it is an exquisitely objective, fast and easy to apply technology.
YOUR pets favorite Doc!
Dr Jacquelyn Gates, Sport, and Animals with V.O.M. Technology
A DIFFERENT APPROACH
Horse (Mule, Donkey, Goat...?) New $125.00
Mileage over 15, depends how far and how many animals for a "trip charge."
5+ $105 10+ $95.00
To start: STEP 1- Call 816.525.1525
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If your choices are; SURGERY or AMPUTATE- what do you do?
Ceasar was rescued after he was left out in sub zero temperature right here in K.C.,
and brought in just on the brink of DEATH. His right rear leg was not working stuck tight to his body, Not using it "at all." I begged to foster him. I had to try to help the poor guy before the typical surgery was performed. Get rid of the leg.
It was 4 treatments with Laser Therapy to reduce pain, swelling and he was running in the back yard
with my little Boston's. The Vet was "shocked" to see his improvement so fast. Wow, NO need to amputate. God works in and through the body.
NO ONE mentioned chiropractic! I knew I would be his best bet to try to save his leg with my method.
If the connection can be made I didn't want to miss the chance to help.
What would YOU do?
given; Spinal Surgery or put your horse down?
So, who wants to choose one of those?
Ashley's Dad was in the office being treated when he told me that Reba was hurt. Reba ran into a T bar in a new pasture ending up with a long, deep laceration on her right shoulder. That wasn't the problem though.
The problem is when Reba came out of the anesthesia she wobbled and fell-hard.
When she finally got up she limped-right rear.
Her Dad asked me if I treated horses. I told him YES, since 1975. Ashley called me and within 3 treatments in 2 weeks Reba was back to her old self.
Crazy huh? Yeah. Imagine not trying chiropractic.