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    07-27-2013, 01:21 PM
I am a firm believer in chiro/acupuncture/massage work. A chiropractor saved my old horse. I couldn't believe the difference. I see you're in Wellington, there should be quite a few around, at least there will be for circuit soon.
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    07-27-2013, 02:01 PM
Mine does acupuncture as well as the adjustment and it's $130. There's a chiro who does it without acupuncture and it's $85. Then, there's one who uses mallets and is a total crock who charges $65. The first and last I mentioned have both worked on my horse. Guess which one actually made a difference in my horse.
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    07-27-2013, 09:23 PM
$125 for 2 visits, she won't book less than 2 sessions (coincides with what my human chiro does) includes massage & liniment. I consider this chiro the authority as she is the only one in this province who can license other chiros, she teaches it & massage as well.
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