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Alternative therapies have moved into the animal kingdom with chiropractic courses now available for veterinarians. Although chiropractic and specifically spinal manipulation were used by the Chinese as early as 2700 BC, the treatment has only recently been used on animals. B. J.

Alternative therapies have moved into the animal kingdom with chiropractic courses now available for veterinarians.

Although chiropractic and specifically spinal manipulation were used by the Chinese as early as 2700 BC, the treatment has only recently been used on animals. B. J. Palmer, the man who developed modern chiropractic for people, also operated a veterinary hospital where he treated cows, horses, cats and dogs.

This drugless form of therapy is an invaluable option for farmers who shy away from the overuse of antibiotics which is prevalent in today's farming practises.
--The Western Producer, October 2000

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