Does your dog have pain, an injury, loss of movement or an abnormal posture or gait?
Or perhaps you have an aging dog, a show dog, or a very active dog that would benefit from preventative and general wellness care.
Maybe you have tried other veterinary interventions to relieve discomfort but you haven’t received the results you seek, or you are trying to avoid an invasive and expensive surgery.
It may be time for canine chiropractic….
About Animal Chiropractic
For more than 100 years, people around the world have embraced chiropractic as a powerful form of natural pain relief, healing, and preventative health care. More recently, this holistic, hands-on approach to total body wellness is being applied to dogs with remarkable results.
In many instances, chiropractic adjustments can help to relieve pain, eliminate the root cause of mild to severe conditions, restore physical, mental and emotional health and allow your dog to live a more complete, comfortable life. In fact, dogs always respond faster and more completely to chiropractic care than humans.
Serving the greater Boulder community since 2010, Dr. Jason Orowitz is Boulder’s leading and most experienced Certified Animal Chiropractor. He has provided remarkable, low-cost, and non-invasive results to thousands of our beloved furry friends and would love to help your dog feel better too.
Getting Started is Easy
New Patients Call the Office
Please call 303-449-7226 to speak with Dr. Jason to see if you pooch is a good fit for chiropractic
Reasons for Animal Chiropractic
Limp or Abnormal Gait
Poor Results from other Methods
Frequently Asked Questions
What is dog chiropractic?
Dog chiropractic is a holistic, non-invasive approach to treating a number of joint, muscular, neurological and skeletal conditions that occur in dogs as a result of activity, injury, breed, trauma, birth trauma and lifestyle. Animal chiropractic follows similar principles to human chiropractic, and will consist of a light touch manual manipulation of the spine, neck, joints, and other affected areas. This will relieve pain and injury by restoring the proper biomechanics and nervous system communication.
How do I know if chiropractic care is right for my dog?
Dogs that suffer from any of the following symptoms (and many others) can benefit from chiropractic adjustments:
- Abnormal or irregular posture
- Discomfort or pain when standing after rest
- Stiffness or inability to move neck
- Development of new or unusual behavior
- Whining or whimpering
- Visible signs of apprehension or pain
- Sensitivity to touch or discomfort from petting or brushing
- Agressive behavior, general bad attitude or biting
- Lack or loss of coordination or muscle mass
- Inability to do up-dog or down-dog stretch
- Tilting head to one side
- Dragging of the foot
- Hip dysplasia
- Urinary incontinence
- Repetitive use injuries
- Post-surgery recovery
- And more
What types of dogs can benefit from care?
- Aging and senior dogs
- Competition dogs including agility, show, sled, disc, race and flyball
- Injured and sick dogs
- Puppies with birth trauma or other complications
- Dogs breeds prone to abnormal anatomical structure
- Dogs that are not responsive to other treatments
- Active dogs that hike, ski, play frisbee or fetch
- Dogs that need preventative and general wellness care
How will I know if my dog’s health is improving? When will I see results?
Many times we see a visible improvement in your dog’s health in just one visit, while other dogs may need a series of adjustments to see results. In either case, it’s safe to say that nearly all dogs will benefit from an adjustment, whether through overall wellness or healing a specific condition.
How many visits are required?
A majority of dogs see a large improvement in one to three visits, however the number of visits suggested will vary depending on case, response and severity. Overall, we see that dogs respond very quickly to chiropractic adjustments.
How much does it cost?
$70 per visit or pre-paid packages are available at a discounted rate. A chiropractic adjustment costs less than a typical bag of dog food, and this will likely be your smallest animal care expense.
Meet The Doctor
Dr. Jason Orowitz is Boulder County’s leading and most experienced Certified Animal Chiropractor. He has been working on dogs, horses, and people since 2010 with remarkable results. He is the go-to animal chiropractor for many of the top veterinary clinics in town, and has been able to save countless dogs from surgery, euthanasia, or a life of pain and prescription medication.
Dr. Jason was certified in Animal Chiropractic from Options for Animals in Kansas. He also worked side by side with Dr. Jay Komarek, who was a pioneer and nationally known expert in animal chiropractic. Dr. Jay Komarek learned under his dad and uncle who had been practicing animal chiropractic since the mid-1900’s. After working with and learning from Dr. Jay for 3 years, Dr. Jason took over Boulder Sol Chiropractic from Dr. Jay ten years ago and maintains the legacy of exceptional animal chiropractic.