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A letter to Veterinarians

I aim to connect with veterinarians in order to collaborate and offer additional conservative treatment options for MSK patients. My specialty is within the Chiropractic scope and therefore does not replace, conflict with, or compete with veterinary medicine.  After a short treatment plan, I expect to see results within 1-8 visits for acute and chronic cases. My standard is to send a report back to the primary veterinarian who refers the patient to keep them up to date on their patient's progress. I refer the patient back for further diagnostics if the animal does not respond within the first 8 visits. 

The conditions I see are aimed at restoring the important relationship between the body and nervous system to improve mobility, increase range of motion, decrease inflammation and pain, improve energy and improve athletic ability at all ages. I can help with "puppy sitting", lick granuloma, uneven muscle tone, acute neck or back pain, chronic musculoskeletal problems, acute tension or stiffness, muscle spasms and nerve problems, TMJ pain, muscle weakness/ataxia, radiculopathy, disc herniations, sensitivity to touch or aversion to grooming, mystery lameness/limping, problems with certain movements such as jumping or climbing stairs, carrying the tail to one side. Also, conservative treatment of IVDD and diagnosed pathologies such as hip dysplasia and CCL rupture respond very well to co-management with chiropractic care.

If you have a pet you are worried about, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to working with you.

Warmest Regards,

Dr. Shaian Mollaret

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A Letter To Veterinarians: My Practice
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