General Animal Evaluation in FL?
A general animal evaluation from our FL chiropractic clinic is a comprehensive assessment of your animal's health and movement. At Progressive Choice Animal Care, we take pride in being able to offer our services for any type of animal. Whether it's a rabbit or cow, we're here at your service! A general evaluation will evaluate the health and movement status of your animal plus provide you with personalized treatment plans based on this information that can help them live their best life possible.
We believe that every animal is unique, with individual needs. As such, we create care plans tailored specifically for your animal's injury or condition so they can get back on track as quickly and safely as possible! We'll examine findings before creating an initial treatment plan which may include adjustments and pain relief efforts over long periods of time if necessary (like through chiropractic).
Based on examination findings, a complete care plan will be created. After the initial adjustment, follow-up appointments will be scheduled, usually within a week of the initial treatment, and then further apart as any specific problems begin to resolve.
A typical visit is between 20 and 60 minutes.
What's Included With Animal Chiropractic Evaluation in FL
At Progressive Choice Animal Care, we believe that each animal is unique. That's why we offer a comprehensive animal evaluation before recommending treatment options. Our evaluation includes:
- A thorough chiropractic examination (ruling out any veterinary-related issues)
- Gait and stance analysis
- Full spine and extremity analysis
- A gentle and stress-free visit
You can fill out the form on this page, email us or call us, although we recommend filling out the form or emailing us. This is because Dr. Carswell is usually treating patients and may be unable to answer the phone immediately.
We offer cold laser therapy, veterinary orthopedic manipulation (VOM), as well as evaluations for all types of animals.
The better question is, what can’t we work on? The answer is: not much. Severe traumas need emergency services, but once cleared we can work around the areas until they are healed enough to be worked on directly. Bone tumors cannot directly be worked on but they can be worked around if we think it will help quality of life. Open wounds, surgical incisions etc. need to heal first. Pre and post surgical cases respond great, and are usually up and about quicker than without the work!
Dr. Carswell is not a veterinarian, nor does she practice veterinary medicine. She is a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC), certified in the VOM™ healing technologies. Dr. Carswell works with your veterinarian to develop a plan tailored specifically for your animal. Dr. Carswell also specializes in many other holistic modalities such as nutrition, muscle work, and acupressure.