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Animal Chiropractor Wisconsin Rapids WI Dr. Nikki VanDenHeuvel

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Dr. Nikki VanDenHeuvel provides animal chiropractic care with clinical excellence, in Wisconsin Rapids.  Our team is here to help.

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Animal Chiropractor Wisconsin Rapids WI

Animal chiropractic adjustments in Wisconsin Rapids restore alignment to the spine and joints, reestablishes normal nerve function and allows for a return to health and vitality without surgery or drugs. These gentle adjustments are administered by hand.

A gentle, holistic approach to healing that analyzes and treats dysfunction of the spine and joints. Dr. Nikki has worked on large and small animals including a pot-bellied pig and a red tailed hawk for over 25 years, helping countless animals live full and happy, pain-free lives. Dr. Nikki works in conjunction with traditional, as well as holistic veterinary medicine.

INDICATIONS FOR CHIROPRACTIC CARE

  • Lameness
  • Trouble getting up or down
  • Surgery involving anesthesia
  • Seizures, spasms or cramps
  • Age related issues
  • Recovery from injury or illness
  • Post surgical care

Specifically for Dogs

  • Neck, back, leg and tail pain
  • Limping and lameness
  • Weakness
  • Sudden behavior or mood changes
  • Lack of coordination
  • Muscle spasm or atrophy
  • Inability to climb stairs of jump
  • Health maintenance
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Arthritis
  • Optimize athletic performance
  • Recovery from illness, surgery or dental procedures
  • Injury from falls, accidents, training
  • Chronic health problems
  • Incontinence

Specifically for Horses

  • Loss or decreases in performance levels
  • Difficulty or issues executing desired movements
  • Changes in behavior
  • Short striding
  • Degenerative arthritis
  • Muscle spasms or atrophy
  • Gait problems
  • Injuries from falls, training or other activities
  • Stress related to equipment, training, performance levels, shoeing
  • Pinning ears, stamping feet, kicking, swishing tail
  • Head shy or cinchy
  • Difficult of incorrect lead
  • Inability to flex
  • Lack of coordination

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN:

  • ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC

  • ANIMAL HOMEOPATHY

  • CANINE NUTRITION CONSULTS