Month of May Equine Special: Both new and current clients of Dr. Jamie's can get their horse adjusted for $60. If two horses schedule at the same barn on the same day fee drops to $50 per horse.
Call 262-395-4015 or email email@example.com to schedule or learn more.
Why work with Dr. Jamie, chiropractor? Dr. Jamie provides a unique approach to veterinary therapy through evidence-based chiropractic care and manual therapy, consisting of advanced joint manipulation/adjusting techniques, cutting edge manual therapy, soft tissue treatments, physiotherapy modalities and functional rehabilitative exercises. It is our goal not only to help your animal get out of pain quickly but to empower you as the owner to take an active role in your animals health care. Therapy doesn't stop after treatment with Dr. Jamie, it continues the moment you walk out the door.
Dr. Jamie of Full Motion Family Chiropractic takes pride in offering the following:
Taking time to listen to your concerns, questions and health care goals for your animal
Providing you a unique and individualized approach to your animals treatment
Giving you a plan on how to get your animal back to the activities they love the most
Coordinating care with your veterinarian and other veterinary specialists
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.