Services & Availability
The goal of chiropractic medicine is to restore normal joint and nerve function by using specific adjustment techniques. A chiropractic exam involves palpation to find areas of decreased motion in the spine and extremities, and treatment uses targeted adjustment techniques to restore motion to the affected area. Every animal is a candidate for chiropractic care, but routine chiropractic exams are especially beneficial for growing horses, older horses and sport horses in any type of training or competition program.
Acupuncture is an incredible tool to achieve general wellness, provide better control of chronic disease processes, speed healing time, and manage pain. In practice for over 3,000 years, acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine, and research continues to show its benefits when used in conjunction with traditional western care.
Balanced Care Equine is proud to offer Class III and IV therapeutic laser treatment. Laser therapy is an excellent adjunctive therapy when used with chiropractic medicine or acupuncture, especially for sore muscles and stiff joints. It offers a less invasive option for horses who do not tolerate acupuncture needling well, and is extremely useful in facilitating wound and soft tissue healing.
Wellness Care and Emergency Services
Traditional care is vital to the overall health of any horse. Balanced Care Equine is proud to offer wellness visits for your equine companion. Call today to learn more about equine dentistry, vaccinations, deworming protocols, nutrition consultations, musculoskeletal exams, internal medicine consultations, and much more! Limited after-hours emergency services available to existing clients or on referral basis only.
Offering flexible scheduling and group travel rates throughout southeast Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic region. Florida winter scheduling also available.
Monday-Saturday 8 am to 5 pm, or By Appointment
Cancellation Policy and No-Shows
If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, please notify us via phone, text, or email within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment time. If the doctor arrives to your farm for a scheduled appointment and you are a no-show, you will still be responsible for any call fees assessed. Clients who are more than 15 minutes late to an appointment and fail to contact the doctor will be considered no-shows and be asked to reschedule, out of courtesy to those clients scheduled later in the day.