Dr. Julie Brannen is proud to bring equine and canine chiropractic work to the central Texas area. She is certified in animal chiropractic by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). She is passionate about providing a holistic approach to caring for our canine and equine partners.
Chiropractic adjustment is beneficial in many ways. It has been found to...
- Promote overall health and wellness.
- Enhance athletic performance.
- Reduce tension and stiffness.
- Maintain soundness.
- Initial Exam and Adjustment - $100.00
- Follow up Adjustment - $75.00
- Three adjustment treatment package - $200.00 (Expires after 3 months)
- Hidden Branch Stable Boarders - $60.00
OCTOBER IS ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC AWARENESS MONTH! Make an appointment in October and get 20% off initial exams and adjustments.
Call 806-789-1618 to set up an appointment today!
In the first picture, Star's eyes and nostrils are lower on one side compared with the other. She has an atlas (first cervical vertebrae) subluxation which is causing different nerve tone in the facial nerves on one side of her head than the other. With an adjustment her atlas moves better, is aligned properly, and no longer impedes nerve flow. Over time the facial muscles will strengthen and her face will be more symmetrical. The second picture shows improvement after two adjustments.
In the first video Princess' rear legs give out as she is walking. Every few steps they would buckle and she would nearly fall. On exam Princess had a pelvic subluxation, specifically a sacral base posterior; basically her pelvis was out of alignment. This subluxation was causing nerve interference which lead to weakened rear limbs. After adjustment she was able to walk normally as seen in the second video.