Animals, like people, have bodies that occasionally need repair.
There are two approaches to helping the body repair itself: One way is through the alopathy of drugs and surgery; the other way is through the chiropractic laying on of hands.
Alopathic medicine has established itself as the conventional way of treating bodies in need of repair, and now generates in the neighborhood of $400 billion dollars a year in business.
Alternative healing, like the chiropractic laying on of hands, generates somewhere in the neighborhood of $34 billion dollars per year.
Though the market clearly thinks drugs and surgery are the way to heal bodies, many in that marketplace are looking to alternative methods of healing, for themselves and for their animals. And that leads us to ask...
Is there is a difference between healing animals and people?
Food Chain Radio & Forums #1,084 (Tags: Dr. William Strickland D.C., animal medicine, animal healing, veterinary medicine, treatment of police dogs)