Thanks to all of you.
I got the name of this person from a local barn, they use him and are real happy with him.
I also called a lady outside of the barn who couldn't sing his praises enough.
As far as I know, he is only licensed as a human chiro. He may be licensed as an equine chiro for all I know.
I was just happy to locate one at all. He is an hour away from me as it is.
I am so happy to hear all the positives that have helped all of you and your precious equines!
I only hope that I have the same luck.
I will for sure be asking him more about his credentials when he gets here.
I sure wish I would have asked this question before I called him. Although truthfully I probably would have tried him with or without at this point.
Like I said, I am not even sure he's out of alignment, it could just be laminitis clinging on for dear life that's giving him the problem, in which case, the chiro wouldn't help that.
If the chiro is good though, it won't be wasted money, I think we all could benefit from a chiro now and then.
Many thanks to all of you!
I'll check back in with you after the appt. But for now, you've eased my mind.