Your dog, cat or horse is more than just a pet to you. They are a companion, a friend and a part of the family. Naturally, you want the best for them and to ensure they are happy, comfortable and well. Unfortunately, animals aren’t always the best at letting you know when they are in pain. They aim to please and may put fun activities such as playing with you above their own comfort.
Dr. Daniel Adler is a certified animal chiropractor with expertise in interpreting your pet's activity and movement patterns and treating the pain caused by joint and muscle dysfunction. Animal chiropractic care focuses on detecting faulty spinal joint motion and correcting it through the use of spinal adjustments. When a spinal joint is not functioning and moving optimally, it can lead to muscle dysfunction, nerve dysfunction and ultimately pain.
Chiropractic adjustments restore the appropriate joint movement to allow for optimal function and reduced pain. It is not only a treatment method used for pain but also has an important role in your pet’s wellness by correcting joint dysfunction before pain occurs.
Chiropractic care has been demonstrated to be an effective and safe form of treatment for back pain in large animals and is seeing ever growing usage rates due to its effectiveness, safety and growing acceptance within the medical and general community.
Chiropractic care for your pet is not a replacement for usual veterinary care, it can be a very effective addition to your vet’s treatment plans.
Originally from Kitchener/Waterloo, Daniel always had a passion for becoming a health professional. Growing up with his childhood dog, a yellow labrador named Molson, Daniel also had a big love of animals. After earning his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Western Ontario, Daniel went on to earn his doctor of chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto where he excelled academically and earned Dean's List standing.
It wasn't long after graduation that Daniel was able to open up his own chiropractic clinic in Waterloo called Capstone Health. Never being one to sit still, he quickly opened up a second location of Capstone Health to serve the community of Campbellville.
Now Daniel has been able to merge his two passions by earning his animal chiropractic certification from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre and is a member of the College of Animal Chiropractors. Seeing the benefit that animals get from chiropractic care it was an easy decision to take the demanding course and now Daniel is proud to offer chiropractic treatments for animals.
Call (647) 270-8044 or enquire online to ask questions or book an appointment