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Equine chiropractor near Middleburg, VA?

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  • Equine chiropractor near Middleburg, VA?

    Who have you used and how did they do?

    I have a problem child who has had much TTouch from me but also, osteopathy and some acupuncture. Joint injections have helped but we are not done yet. A super good CranioSacral person from several states away worked on this horse recently and he is noticeably better. She recommended a good chiropractor.

    So who do I use? Not the one who does Network Chiro. She has worked on him several times.

    Need a traditional Chiro. I think.

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    I can't help on a personal basis but.

    1. Check with nearby training barns or a racetrack barn if you have one near you. They always know who the best equine alternative medicine folks are. That's how I found my equine vet/chiro/acupuncturist.

    2. Key your zip code in the left bar on this link. Many folks who have taken Dr. Xie's course are also vets and chiropractors, some with acupuncture training. You may have someone near you.

    Thats the best I can offer as I live in Tennessee, but boy do I know the importance of a Five Star chiro who also does acupuncture

    best wishes.


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      Robert Goldsmith. Is a full DVM but now just does chiro/bodywork. He lives in Charlottesville but will travel (he also does several of my friend's horses in the Middleburg area)