I'm a happier person since meeting Dr. Ward! I have had extreme lower back pain for a couple of years and have done everything to try to alleviate it. I was told that it was everything from a groin muscle pull to my lower back starting to curve the wrong direction... but at my first visit to Dr. Ward she knew right away what the problem was and put a plan into action to help me. I've been going to Dr. Ward for about 6 weeks now and have gone from a constant pain at a level 10 to rare pain at a level ... more
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Darcy Ward DC is a board certified chiropractor and is an internationally certified animal chiropractor (IVCA). Dr. Ward provides chiropractic care for horses, dogs, and cats for the following cities and their surrounding areas: Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, Burlington, Chapel Hill, Durham, and Raleigh. If you have a horse, dog, or cat that may need chiropractic care, contact Dr. Ward.
Why use chiropractic treatment for animals?
The health of any animal depends upon the correct alignment of their body parts. Chiropractic techniques can provide an immediate reduction in pain and an increased range of motion. Chiropractic treatment can also identify and treat other undiagnosed health problems.
Chiropractic treatment for horses
Routine wear and tear, stress, or changes in work load can add biomechanical stress to the horse's body. Biomechanical stress can cause abnormal stress to the joints and muscles, as well as inhibit the peripheral nerves' ability to smoothly and quickly communicate with the rest of the body.
Chiropractic treatment for dogs
Chiropractic care is a holistic approach to many of the health and performance problems of the dog. Chiropractic does not replace traditional veterinary medicine and surgery, but provides an alternative method of care. Chiropractic adjustments have proven to be invaluable in detecting and treating gait abnormalities and other performance-robbing problems. It has also been shown to alleviate pain in the back and neck of the dog.
Chiropractic treatment for cats
There are over 100 joints in the cat spine. When any one of these joints fails to move properly the motion of the animal is adversely affected and symptoms of pain or illness can manifest.
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