Animal Chiropractic Clinic

Animal adjusting may be an appropriate treatment plan for:
  • Neck, back, leg, and tail pain
  • Muscle spasms, nerve problems
  • Disc or joint problems, limping
  • Injuries from slips, falls, and accidents
  • Jaw, TMJ problems, difficulty chewing
  • Event or sports injuries
  • Any recurring condition, such as vomiting, respiratory or urinary infections, diarrhea or constipation
  • Seizures or neurological problems

For animal chiropractic care to be safe and effective, practitioners must be properly trained in animal adjusting. Parker University is proud to have the only animal chiropractic program offered by an accredited chiropractic school in North America where Parker students can join DCs and DVMs in a course of study that prepares them to sit for the AVCA certification exam.

Meet Our Animal Chiropractic Expert

Gene GigglemanGene Giggleman, DVM: A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Texas A&M Veterinary School where he was awarded the prestigious Cable Scholarship in small animal medicine, Dr. Giggleman is a full professor in the Department of Basic sciences and is formerly the Dean of Academic Affairs at Parker University. He has been awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award over 30 times, a testament to his passion for teaching and his belief in the students. A practicing veterinarian who has been adjusting animals for over 22 years, he has run several successful small animal veterinary practices in the DFW area since 1981. Despite his busy schedule, Dr. Giggleman manages to find time to lecture around the country on both the fundamentals and benefits of animal chiropractic and animal adjusting. He formerly served as the president of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association and is currently active in postgraduate training for veterinarians and chiropractor in animal chiropractic care.

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