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Vav Simon
(Mhairi Simon)

DC AMC FRCC
Clinical Director

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My Buffalo's Back!

“My buffalo can’t walk, and the vet has tried everything and says it may be time to put her down.” After a chiropractic treatment, she was up and walking again.

From ‘No Hope’ to Winning!

A sore shoulder muscle/tendon prevented this Cross-Country prize-winner competing for so long that muscle-wastage was worsening the problem. Chiropractic, SCENAR, homeopathy and farriery – all contributed to get him back to qualify for the National Finals.

A Brazilian Tapir's Bathroom Accident

Falling out of the bath hurt Nel's back, leaving her unable to walk. Usually thick-skinned and placid, she was still poorly months later. Chiropractic did the trick and sorted her out!



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Animal down, off it’s legs


Lameness, fore or hind


Dangerous behaviour


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We can Help with

Lameness

Lameness, fore or hind


Four-legged animals show any change to their ability to walk, trot, canter, gallop, etc, quickly - we notice their gait has changed.

If it is serious, we notice their head dipping as they stride, and when it is severe, the animal will usually stand still or lie down.

Mild or severe lameness may be a chiropractic problem, but severe lameness is more likely to be caused by something else.