Originally Posted by Zexious
word of mouth
My main chiro that I use is a human chiropractor who took one of those 6-week equine chiro classes. He does a pretty good job and it highly recommended. He also rodeo's himself, so he has a good understanding of the motions my barrel horses go through.
The BEST chiro in the state is 3 hours away from me. He's also a vet. My horse doesn't have serious enough problems for me to justify going that far for a chiro adjustment. But, if I would even have a big issue, I know exactly where I would go if my current chiro cannot help me.
Plus, it works in my favor that my chiro and my vet are great friends so they both know what the other will do, when it comes to treatment protocols.
I think it is up to each individual horse owner to decide if they need a vet chiro .... or just a chiro.