Anyone with a spine sometimes needs an adjustment
Dr. Conroy has grown up training and ridding horses which got him interested in the animal chiropractic field. He has taken further education in equine and canine chiropractic through Options for Animals and enjoys working with local veterinarians to help provide relief to our 4 legged friends.
Animals are just like us ... they can get injured or overstressed ... and they love hands on bodywork!
While in the past, only conventional medicine was available to treat animals,
there are now holistic approaches for our 4-legged friends.
For more information on animal chiropractic, visit: http://www.animalchiropractic.org
If you have any questions or are interested in a chiropractic consultation for your animal, please reach out and we'll be in touch.
We want your pets to live a long happy life!
Contact Dr. Conroy to see how he can help!
Dr. Matt adjusting a
He assess the horse's gait before and after the adjustment to ensure functional improvement.
Happy horses for happy riders!
Dr. Conroy is also an avid horseman and enjoys riding when he's not seeing patients.
Here Lilly enjoys a post-ride adjustment for her pelvis.
Lending his hands to a
dog in need
Active dogs often develop shoulder injuries and stiffness.
We want your best friend to be with you, in good health & function, for as long as possible.
Where to Find Us
229 Spring Garden Street
Easton, PA 18042