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Chiro helped Chow after ACL tear

by Kayla

We decided to not give surgery after our 1 and half year Chow had an ACL tear. We looked into different methods and decided to give Chiropractic therapy a go.

She had her first treatment two and a half months later after she started using her leg better.

So far she has seen the chiro twice and has taken well to the treatments. Her spine was out as well as her front shoulders from compensating for the sore leg. I noticed a huge improvement right away in the way she was walking.

She lost the treatment after 4 days but went back within a week and is doing well. She took to the treatment very well and the chiro specialist said it was normal and we go back now in 2 weeks.

The initial cost was just over $80 and took about an hour. The followup treatments are $41 and take about 20-30 minutes.

She is expected to be healed and good to go in a about 2-3 months, just visiting every 6 months after that to make sure everything is correct.

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