Specializing in Equine Chiropractic Care

Healing everyone, from family to farm

Walks of Life Chiropractic in Colorado Springs, CO specifically focuses on the treatment of equine chiropractic. The doctor specializes in equine chiropractic treatments and does so in a mobile setting. Doctor Parent still treats your dogs but no longer has an office location. Canine and people appointments are still an option but may require you to travel to us. Additional therapies for people are shown below:

  • Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy
  • The Activator Method (not used on animals)
  • Rehabilitation
  • Passive and Active Modalities

Our Approach

Our goal is to incorporate chiropractic treatment—a noninvasive, drug-free approach to medicine—into the lives of patients, so they may obtain their wellness goals. At Walks of Life Chiropractic, we use holistic methods while providing the best care possible.

To achieve this, we provide care that is based on subjective findings, objective data, a detailed history, and a clinical exam. These give us a full picture of the factors affecting the patient’s health. Our practice acknowledges the importance of patient education, so we help owners of our animal patients find and obtain their health goals.

Walks of Life Chiropractic treats patients of any age and is focused on evidence-based chiropractic care. We utilize appropriate adjusting and modality techniques as determined by research and treatment guidelines.

Our Main Services

Human Chiropractic

Chiropractic care can come in many forms. We specialize in the Activator Methods as well as traditional, manual techniques.

Animal Chiropractic

Typically, animal chiropractic is used in conjunction with your animal’s regular veterinary care. We offer care to all animals, big and small—from companion pets to service and working animals.

Passive Modalities and Care

Passive modalities are typically used right after an acute injury or even when a patient’s condition is considered chronic. These modalities help relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and prepare the patient for transitioning to active care.

Active Care

Active care is the final phase of care before the patient is released into wellness or maintenance care. This involves strengthening, stretching, as well as balance and coordination. It is unique to every patient.

Areas We Serve

We provide barn calls for equine chiropractic services. We can accommodate for people and dogs in areas we are already scheduled to visit to treat horses. We are currently not allowing the hosting of chiropractic clinics.

Our services are available to counties in Colorado mainly:

  • El Paso
  • Pueblo
  • Elbert
  • Douglas
  • Jefferson
  • Fremont
  • Teller
  • Arapahoe
  • Adams
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