Providing Veterinary Chiropractic Care in St. Petersburg, FL
Chiropractic works to affect the nervous system. This is done through the various nerves that go to and from the joints. Treatment consists of finding a joint or several joints that are not moving in the full range of motion. A chiropractic adjustment directs a specific force into that joint to get it unstuck. This allows the nerves surrounding the joint to fire correctly, and the joint to move more freely.
How Veterinary Chiropractic Care Works
The joints in the spine can be very sensitive to the effects of trauma or overuse. The nerves that go throughout the body come out between the bones of the spine (vertebra). A stuck joint, spinal muscle inflammation, or ligament inflammation can all compromise and cause the nerves not to send proper signals from those tissues to the brain.Meet Dr. Scott
Dr. Scott is a wonderful veterinarian and chiropractor for our beloved senior rescue dog Paddy. Thank you Dr. Scott!Cindy C.
Dr. Scott has worked on my Golden, Tucker, for a year, since he was injured. She is amazing. Tucker healed quickly and now goes regularly to keep him in top shape for for sports.Barbara A.
I cannot day enough wonderful things about Dr Scott!!! I’m just one visit she was able to do laser and a chiropractic adjustment on my 83lb dog to get him walking and feeling SO much better!Elena F.
Dr. Carolyn is SUPER with dogs and with humans! She has been our trusted chiropractor for a number of years. So thankful for her expertise for myself and for my agility dogs.Susan F.
She has worked on my Parson Russell terriers several times, (my dogs do dock diving, agility, barn hunt & earth dogs).... wonderful person, and the dogs love her.Steph A.