Dr. Jamie is a human chiropractor and rehabilitation therapist therefore veterinary consent is requested prior to the first treatment. Dr. Jamie holds great value in working with your veterinarian. A team effort in care gives your animal the best chance of health and success in therapy.
EITHER give the form to your primary veterinarian to fill out and fax back OR call/email Dr. Jamie to obtain the referral for you.
Services available with concurrent veterinary care and referral only. Dr. Jamie Mabeus is a Doctor of Chiropractic, licensed to the care of humans, with a certification in veterinary spinal manipulation - animal chiropractic - and veterinary massage and physical rehabilitation. She has completed 226+ hours of extensive training in animal chiropractic and an additional 142+ hours to physical rehabilitation to the care of large and small animals. Animal chiropractic training and certification is the same for licensed DC's and licensed DVM's.
Dr. Jamie Mabeus is NOT a veterinarian and cannot take responsibility for primary care of animals.
Dr. Jamie treats at several locations for your convenience. Dr. Jamie does not treat animals at Full Motions physical location on Watertown Road, in Waukesha. Human patients are seen at this location only.
Edit 10/15/19: Please contact Dr. Jamie at 262-395-4015 or firstname.lastname@example.org for treatment locations.
Step Three: Forms for Treatment
If you are unable to print and fill out the form ahead of time, no problem! Dr. Jamie will have one for you to fill out at the time of your animals appointment.
Dr. Jamie Mabeus, DC, CVSMT, CVMRT Certified Animal Chiropractor Certified Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapist
DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your veterinarian or doctor. Your pet's medical protocol should be given by your veterinarian. Dr. Jamie Mabeus is a licensed chiropractor who completed 226 hours of post graduate education specifically in animal chiropractic and an additional 142 hours in veterinary rehabilitation and massage, emphasizing functional neurology, muscular and osseous anatomy specific to large and small animals. Additionally, chiropractic care is a complementary method of care and does not replace traditional veterinary medicine. All of Dr. Jamie’s patients are required to stay up-to-date with their veterinarian. Veterinary referral and consent is required prior to treatment with Dr. Jamie.