Animal chiropractic is a journey—a unique voyage where healing hands gently guide your pet’s body towards optimal health and well-being. But you may wonder, how long does this journey last? How much time should you set aside for an animal chiropractic session? Today, we’ll unravel the clock and dive into what you can expect when you embark on the path of animal chiropractic.
A standard animal chiropractic session typically spans between 20 to 60 minutes. However, the duration can be influenced by a myriad of factors. The type of animal, the specific condition being treated, the animal’s individual response to treatment, and whether it’s an initial or follow-up session—all play a role in the timing.
In the world of equine chiropractic, for example, an initial session might take a bit longer as it includes a comprehensive evaluation of the horse’s health history, gait, posture, and spine. This thorough assessment ensures that the chiropractic treatment plan is as bespoke and effective as the magnificent creatures it serves.
Canine chiropractic sessions might be shorter in comparison, but they’re no less comprehensive or personalized. Whether it’s a nimble Jack Russell or a gentle Great Dane, the session adjusts according to the specific needs and comforts of each unique canine character.
At Synchrony Chiropractic, we pride ourselves on providing top-tier, mobile chiropractor services right here in Ocala, FL, and surrounding areas. We believe that healing doesn’t happen by the clock, and our commitment to quality ensures that each session is conducted without rush, allowing your pet to relax and accept the adjustments more effectively.
Remember, the journey of animal chiropractic isn’t just about the destination, but also about the experience. The goal is not just to help your pet feel better, but also to understand their unique health needs, and guide them—and you—towards long-term well-being.
Do you have any questions or want to learn more about animal chiropractic? We’re here for you! Feel free to call or text us at 352-356-8665 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re ready to schedule your pet’s first journey into the world of animal chiropractic, you can submit your request through our website.
Hunter, A., & Shmalberg, J. (2016). The duration and frequency of chiropractic sessions in animals. Journal of Animal Chiropractic, 5(2), 32-40.
American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). (n.d.). What to Expect. Retrieved from https://animalchiropractic.org/what-to-expect/