​​​Legal disclaimer; 

I  affiliate  with a licensed veterinarian in the state, according to the state law and under the auspices of the practice act in the state.                                      EVERY SINGLE CASE- NOT ONE W/O A VET AFFILIATION IN THE STATE.

  • ALL OF MY SERVICES "DO NOT​  TAKE THE PLACE OF VETERINARY CARE!!

Let's EVALUATE your pet BEFORE

years of compensation exists.

Like when your horse/dog... doesn't cooperate, seems cranky, limps, or other signs of compensation  appear. 

BEFORE  sign appear; Evaluate- like after birth, since that's the most physically traumatic process we first experience.  Then we train, halter/leash etc. causing problems in the spine structure that we will see during my evaluation. 

These can be fixed before they get a lot worse.

WHAT IS  ANIMAL ADJUSTING with Dr Jackie?

So, here's an easy way...

A lack of air is called what?

Suffocation

A lack of food leads to what?

Starvation

A lack of water can cause what?

Dehydration

A lack of proper nerve function in the body is called...

Subluxation

Since animal give us unconditional love we are here to help them be a healthy as they can possibly be. They depend on us!

God Patient Chiropractor

      With V.O.M. methods used your pets care is ;                                             

 ​  1. more Effective;             2.  Gentler ;                          3. Safer;

         than other methods               NO painful manipulation             LOW risk, NO drugs/surgery

            (not treating symptoms)       


International  Association of Veterinary Chiropractitioners (IAVCP) in equine & small animal Veterinary Neurologic Adjustment

Certified Veterinary Chiropractitioner

 October 26 2015

 Kate AKA; Leapster came in NOT walking.

​ Watch the short Video....​​

 Dr  Jackie has been wonderful in helping our family through limping, not walking after an injury for 12 days+, with steroids NOT HELPING. Rx was surgery.  Dr Gates performed "two" treatments, to walk and the third to run with her baby brother Henry.   Jackson County MO


​Can you imagine a doctor telling you to put your horse down because "nothing else can be done," but after calling a chiropractor as a last-ditch-effort, the horse returns to vibrant, competetive health? ​ Yep, ask Ashley about Reba.

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"It's about the animals!"

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Your pet is # 1   

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DISCLAIMER: "I work with your Vet"

 with every animal, every time.  

Your pet is #1, we work together to accomplish a speedy response.

When we look at "subluxation" this way and within the context of common things we already know, it's not so hard to remember.

 What's an easy way of remembering

  S U B L U X A T I O N ?


Subluxation is apretty big word and it is not a commonly heard word.  As a result, it is sometimes hard to remember.  It is important to remember what a subluation is and what a subluxation does so we can easily communicate it to others.

Naturally!

First Visit

  • Gait analysis
  • Gently Adjustments- Non Manipulation
  • Muscle & Soft Tissue-Trigger point Therapy
  • Rhab exercises-If applicable
  • Home Care Recomendations
  • Veterinary- referral back if necessary

drjackie@animaladjusting.US


Hi,
My name is Dr. Jackie Gates.   I’m a chiropractor practicing in Lee’s Summit MO.


I have been adjusting “4 legged” patients since 1976. I used to help my horses and friends horses regain and maintain health through adjustments all the time.  I am now accepting new horse patients consistently.
  I believe the balance between the equine and rider is vitally important.  One will effect the other, so they both get tuned up and aligned for the best of both.
I have a passion for working with horses, and dogs. I do clinics and speaking engagements too.

Chiropractic has been able to help prevent the euthanizing of hundreds, if not thousands of horses ( + dogs) over the past decade.  All too often it’s after a doctor has already suggested putting the horse down.


Chiropractic has also to launch many a horse’s performance to new levels for personal use; for working horses and for horses in competition.