years of finding that conventional treatments didnt always meed the
needs of his patients and clients Dr Mark Neilan did post
studies through RMIT and became qualified as an Animal
Chiropractor. He now finds that the combination of veterinary and
chiropractic skills allow him to provide a wider range of treatment options for patients.
chiropractic, also known as animal chiropractic, is the practice of
spinal manipulation or manual therapy for animals. The
of an animal chiropractor is to restore function and mobility to the
compromised vertebra in an effort to re-establish neurologic
This allows the body to perform at its optimum potential. Mark uses his
hands to identify areas of restriction; and
identified, he applies a precise thrust on the immobile anatomical
structures. This treatment restores the normal motion of the
vertebra thus removing neurological interference. When the nerves can efficiently communicate with all the structures in your
animals’ bodies, they will begin to heal from within.
Chiropractic is not meant to replace traditional veterinary care. It is
not an alternative treatment, but rather an integrative
that when used in conjunction with good traditional veterinary care,
will provide years of happy and healthy living. It is an
and valuable means of restoring and maintaining their strength, vigor
and well-being. And by exploring and treating the root
of your animal’s aches, pains and illnesses, will ensure maximum
improvement, top performance and an exceptional quality of
life for the animal companions we love.