Services

Perpetual Motion Animal Chiropractic Services

Animal Chiropractic Services

We know you want to help your pet live a happy, healthy, pain free life. Dr. Rebecca at Perpetual Motion Animal Chiropractic will help them achieve their highest level of health and longevity. Chiropractic care helps animals recover from injury, increase mobility, reduce arthritis pain and treat chronic conditions and health problems. Chiropractic provides a natural method of healing for pets from newborn to senior, small to large, park walker to competitive athlete. Our goal is that each pet enjoys a comfortable, healthy and active life. We provide gentle caring chiropractic treatments to accomplish this and treat your pet as if they were our own.

New Patient Small Animal Chiropractic Appointment (Dogs, Cats)

Includes Consultation, Examination, and Treatment

60 minute appointment, Call 612-709-2675 to schedule

Follow up Small Animal Chiropractic Appointment (Dogs, Cats)

15 minute appointment for existing patients  

Call 612-709-2675 to schedule 

Puppies: We offer chiropractic care for puppies to help start them on the path to a healthy life, please call our office for more information on these appointments.


Animal Massage Services

animalintuitionWe offer massage services through Practitioner Jenny Gott of (http://www.animal-intuition.com/). Appointments can be booked at our office, by calling Animal Intuition directly at 952-484-4396, or e-mailing [email protected]

A dog and horse will benefit from massage in many of the same ways we do as humans. Canine and equine athletes performing to their limits, those that have had injuries or illness, under stress or tension and elderly horses can all gain from the experience of a therapeutic canine or equine massage. The best practice is to incorporate a preventative maintenance schedule to help avoid injuries, but a dog or horse can be treated after an injury has occurred to expedite the recovery process.

New Patient Small Animal Massage Appointment (Dogs and Cats)

60 minute appointment: Includes Consultation, Examination, and Treatment

New Patient Large Animal Massage Appointment (Horse)

Includes Consultation, Examination, and Treatment

Follow up Small Animal Massage Appointment (Dogs and Cats)

30 minute appointment for existing patients

Follow up Large Animal Massage Appointment (Horses)

Appointment for existing patients


Animal Acupuncture Services

We offer acupuncture services through Dr. Deb Allerhand, DVM. Appointments can be booked at our office by calling 612-709-2675 or by calling Dr. Allerhand directly at 612-718-0654.

Acupuncture can be used to treat an endless array of conditions. Some common veterinary applications for dogs and cats include: degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis), neurological disease (seizures, disc disease), gastrointestinal issues (anorexia, diarrhea, vomiting), cardiovascular and respiratory disease, renal disease, skin disease, urogenital disease (incontinence), immune-mediated diseases, chronic ear infections, post operative healing and behavior issues.

New Patient Small Animal Acupuncture Appointment (Dogs and Cats)

60 minute appointment includes: Consultation, examination and treatment

Follow up Small Animal Acupuncture Appointment (Dogs and Cats)

30 minute appointment for existing patients

Laser Therapy

Dr. Allerhand also offers therapeutic laser treatments. Laser light devices stimulate natural healing directly through photo-chemical processes. Photons (light energy) are converted to biochemical energy within cells. This reaction can improve blood supply through vasodilation and reduces tissue swelling and inflammation by inhibiting histamine and other inflammatory mediators. We recommend laser treatments for a variety of conditions including arthritis pain, trauma and post operative wound healing.


Hydrotherapy & Rehabilitation

Hydrotherapy sessions include work using an underwater treadmill to achieve specific health goals for your pet such as strengthening and increased muscle mass, improved mobility of joints to decrease pain, and assist in better recovery from orthopedic surgeries. It can also serve to help animals with weight loss or conditioning for athletic animals. 

Included with the hydrotherapy sessions are a series of land exercises designed specifically for your pet’s goals to enhance the progress of the  desired outcome. You may also be given home care to complement the in office sessions. 

In order to provide the best experience and care, your pet’s care will be coordinated with your primary veterinarian and a veterinary referral is required prior to the initial visit. 

Rehabilitative services are provided by Sandi McDonough, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP). Sandi comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and professional experience. She earned her canine rehabilitation certification from the University of Tennessee and has been providing services to pets for the last 13 years. Additionally she has been a practice manager at a veterinary clinic, and has also been a Certified Veterinary Technician for 25 years. Sandi is passionate about improving your pet’s quality of life! 

Call 612-709-2675 for more information or to schedule an appointment

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9-11:30

1pm - 6pm

Tuesday:

9 am - noon; Call for appointment locations & times

1pm - 6 pm; Call for appointment locations & times

Wednesday:

9 am - 12

2 - 6:00 pm

Thursday:

9am - 2pm Call for appointment location & times

1pm - 6 pm; Call for appointment locations & times

Friday:

9am - 1pm

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Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "As a veterinarian, I trust Dr. Rebecca with not only my patients, but my own dogs as well. She is professional, knowledgeable, and very skilled. She has a wonderful calm and patient approach to working with her patients, which is extremely important to me as a low stress/fear free certified professional myself. My dog loves Dr. Rebecca, and the change in his movement was noticeable even after a single adjustment!"
    Dr. Cassie Engmann
  • "This past Friday, Raven my Golden Retriever became really ill. My wife and I thought he was having either a stroke or a seizure. He could hardly walk. It turned out that he had vestibular disease. There was not much that the veterinarian could do for him except control his vomiting. Dr. Rebecca came out to the house that evening and worked on Raven's neck and back. He was running outside a couple of hours later and still is doing much better. It was awesome. Thank you so much!"
    Dr. Craig Coulliard, Chiropractor