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Noelle Mossman, D.C.

Animal Chiropractor

 

Certified in Animal Chiropractic by the

Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC)

of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA)

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To learn more about animal chiropractic and the AVCA, please visit https://www.animalchiropractic.org

Call or text to book now 918.613.3032 or schedule an Initial

Animal Chiropractic Exam. Or click the button and we'll call you!

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Why Chiropractic?

Animal Chiropractic is more than aligning bones; it also addresses the overall health of your pet. Chiropractic is a gentle, safe, effective, and drug free way to help heal the spine and skeletal system. When the spine is misaligned, it can adversely affect the health and daily life of your pet. Chiropractic care can correct the spinal alignment and promote the optimal health of your pet.

A Chiropractic exam includes a neurological exam, stance and gait analysis, as well as motion and static palpation of the joints and musculature. It also includes evaluating the patient's history, activities, health status, and reviewing prior x-rays (if available). The Chiropractic adjustment is a high-velocity controlled thrust to restore motion within the joints. 

Since our animals are unable to communicate verbally with us, we must rely on their body language and behavior changes. Subtle changes in their behavior can alert owners to the need of Chiropractic care. Below is a list of signs and symptoms that may help you identify if Chiropractic care can help optimize the health and well-being of your four legged family.

Dog/Canine and Cat/Feline 

Signs and Symptoms

 

  • Difficulty jumping/chewing/eating

  • Limping/lameness

  • Behavioral Change

  • Back, Neck, Leg, or Tail Pain

  • Pain when touched (scratching, petting, lifting) 

  • Post-surgical Care

  • Lethargy

Horse/Equine

Signs and Symptoms

 

  • Lameness

  • Abnormal gait/shortened stride

  • Reduced performance

  • Resistance to being ridden

  • Change in behavior

  • Difficulty flexing at poll

  • Bucking

  • Difficulty taking lead

  • Posture changes

  • Sports injury

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Who can perform Chiropractic on Animals?

In Oklahoma, any licensed Veterinarian or Chiropractor is able to perform a Chiropractic adjustment on animals. However, only a few have advanced training and certification from an Animal Chiropractic post-graduate course.

The Animal Chiropractic post-graduate course is taught to Veterinarians and Chiropractors across the country. During this course, veterinarians focus more on the science, philosophy and art of Chirorpractic whereas the Chiropractors focus more on the anatomy of horses, dogs, and cats, and how to apply chiropractic techniques to their specific skeletal systems.

Services

Initial Examination and Adjustment

A Chiropractic exam includes a neurological exam, stance and gait analysis, as well as motion and static palpation of the joints and musculature. It also includes evaluating the patient's history, activities, health status, and reviewing prior x-rays (if available). The Chiropractic adjustment is a high-velocity controlled thrust to restore motion within the joints. 

Ongoing Care

Continuing Care may include a chiropractic adjustment, soft tissue work and re-evaluation of initial plan of care. We will assess progress on recovery and general health of your furry friend! Results and improvement are exciting, we can't wait to see the change in your creature friend's health!

My Wonderful Clients!

What Pet Owners Are Saying

"Great Service"

"Very Professional"

"Noelle took her time to fully explain WHAT she was doing and WHY she was doing it. She answered all my questions without talking down to me. "Kitten" loved the adjustment!"

"My cat, Beast, didn't like to be pet on his back following a surgery. After three months of treatment, I can finally pet my cat's back again!"

Gemma McDonald

Stuart Branston

"Kind & Loving"

"Noelle truly cared for my dog. She made sure to watch for his 'social cues' and keep him as comfortable as possible during treatment. I will be bringing Biggie in to see her again!"

Jessica Dillard

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