Dr. Coppock, in addition to her formal human chiropractic training, has extensive postgraduate training in animal chiropractic. Dr. Coppock attended postgraduate school at the Options for Animals Center in Illinois. This training consisted of over 180 hours of classroom and hands-on live animal laboratory work, and a comprehensive exit examination. Dr. Coppock then tested, successfully, for certification in animal chiropractic through the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). AVCA certified Doctors are the most extensively trained, and the only nationally tested, Animal Chiropractors in the world.
Can Your Animal Benefit From Chiropractic Care?
The following are a few examples of how your companion might act if it is in need of chiropractic care.
- Does your horse move away or drop out from under you when you try to mount?
- Does your dog or cat not like its favorite type of play anymore?
- Is your horse, dog, or cat not able to jump like it used to?
- Is your horse head shy, cinchy, reluctant to pick up a lead or go in one direction, pull one way, or have hair color or pattern changes along the body?
- Is your competitive horse or dog not able to turn as well as it used to?
- Is your horse, dog, or cat not able to get around as well as it once did?
- Was your animal involved in an accident?
- Does your companion not like to be petted or groomed anymore?
- Does your horse appear lame?
- Does your animal have problems getting up and down?
- Has your companion had a change in behavior or mood?
- Chronic health problems that do not resolve as expected?
~All health problems should be brought to your veterinarians attention before seeking chiropractic care in order to rule out serious trauma or disease.~
Chiropractic can help:
- Neck, back, leg and tail pain.
- Muscle spasms and nerve problems.
- Injuries from slips, falls, and accidents.
- Jaw or TMJ problems, difficulty chewing.
- Event or sports injuries.
- Post-surgical care.
- Bowel, bladder, and internal disorders.
- Maintenance of joint and spinal health.
.....these and countless other conditions can benefit from chiropractic care. Feel free to contact Dr. Coppock (937-232-9030) with any questions you might have about specific conditions or problems.
Dr. Coppock has been awarded a doctorate in chiropractic and is licensed to diagnose and treat neuromusculoskeletal disorders. She has specialty training and certification in animal chiropractic. Dr. Coppock is NOT a veterinarian and cannot take responsibility for the primary health care of animals.
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