Animal Chiropractic Care


Humans have been turning to chiropractic care to treat back and joint problems for many years. Now, our animal friends can benefit from these same all-natural, non-invasive techniques. At Heartland Niagara Animal Hospital, we believe that the more choices you have when it comes to veterinary care, the happier and healthier your pet will be. That’s why we’re pleased to offer animal chiropractic care as a part of our line of alternative treatment options.


What is animal chiropractic care?

Chiropractic adjustments involve manual manipulation of problem areas, specifically the spine and joints, to help relieve pain, restore normal range of motion and allow the body to function the way it was meant to. A trained, certified professional uses his or her hands to identify areas that are out of proper alignment and gently but firmly move them back into place. Chiropractic adjustments can be performed on animals that are experiencing lameness or age-related loss of mobility and can provide an alternative to drugs and other more invasive treatment options. Our Chiropractic patients include dogs and cats.


How are Animal Chiropractors Qualified?

Animal chiropractors are highly trained professionals that have received extensive post graduate training at an approved Veterinary Chiropractic School. Animal Chiropractors need to first be certified Human Chiropractors or Veterinarians. Post graduate training in animal chiropractic care involves hours of in-class instruction and hands on training in the appropriate techniques used to treat animals. Upon completion of an approved rigorous training program an Animal Chiropractor must then pass board certification exams administered through the College of Animal Chiropractors or the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Aron Bhan is both a licensed Veterinarian and Certified Animal Chiropractor. He has committed himself to extensive training to achieve these qualifications. These skills allow him to bring a wide range of experience to treating his patients and help them return to normal function faster. Dr. Aron Bhan is a certified member of the College of Animal Chiropractors.


How many treatments will my pet need?

The number, length and frequency of treatments your pet will need to achieve optimum results will vary, based on the specific dysfunction being treated, its severity and a number of other factors that are unique to your pet. Dr. Aron Bhan will be able to provide you with a customized treatment protocol once your companion has been thoroughly evaluated.

If your pet has problems with his or her back or legs that have been impacting mobility and quality of life, don’t wait another moment. Let the experienced team at Heartland Niagara Animal Hospital help. Call us today to find out if chiropractic care would benefit your animal companion.

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