Dr. Lewis offers the following services:
Chiropractic Exams: History, Assess biomechanics of joints through motion palpation, gait analysis, Neuro evaluation, review supplied information, consult with Veterinarian.
Chiropractic Adjustment: Restores proper motion to effected joint, both spinal and extremity.
Cold Laser Therapy: Light wave therapy to reduce spasm, swelling, and speed up healing process.
Soft Tissue Work: Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Specific Region Massage, Stretching
Saddle Fit Consultation: To be sure the saddle fits your horse, not just your butt
Educational Seminars: If you have a group interested in an Animal Chiropractic topic I will gladly speak to them
A little about Dr. Lewis:
As a life long patient of Chiropractic care, I have had first hand experience on the powers of this amazing practice. I decided to become a Chiropractor in 10th grade while attending
High School and I followed the quickest path to complete the necessary education. I attended
College for three years, studying hard and playing soccer for this small north
College. I then started asking well-respected Chiropractors in the area on which
College to attend. A majority mentioned
Texas, where I started my education in 1992. This I believe was the best decision I've made; the education I received was cutting edge and my experiences there benefit me to this day. Upon graduation in 1996 I began my career by working in
Virginia for 3 years and returned to
New Jersey in 1999. I have worked with medical doctors, other chiropractors, and ran my own practice for a number of years.
After many years of practice a new and very exciting twist to my career has recently occurred. I returned to
College to complete a 220-hour certification course in Animal Chiropractic. The program is only open to licensed Chiropractors and Veterinarians. This difficult program was over six months of time and is accredited by the American Veterinarian Chiropractic Association. This course has given me further education in the biomechanics, the structure of animals, and very basic veterinary knowledge. I feel that with this further education my ability to answer my calling of helping as many living things as possible has become more fulfilled.