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Vol. 6, Issue 11 (2017)

A mini review on chiropractic medicine and its application in veterinary medicine

Author(s):
Abrar Ul Haq, OS Shah, SA Hussain, SA Beigh and MI Yatoo
Abstract:
In the present time the indiscriminate use of antibiotics has resulted in emergence of superbugs (multi drug resistant bacteria) which remain a major challenge to handle. Present pace of development of novel antibiotics lags behind the emergence of resistant bacteria. So present research should be on minimal use of antibiotics and alternate therapeutic strategy should be used where the use of antibiotic is minimally required. Veterinary chiropractic does not replace a conventional approach to neuro-musculoskeletal conditions chiropractic into conventional practice requires somewhat of a paradigm shift. Chiropractic is both therapeutic and prevention. It has much to offer, from improving the quality of life of the geriatric animals to enhancing the performance of the race animals, and all patients in between. Acquiring expertise in veterinary chiropractic is need of an hour.
Pages: 471-473  |  547 Views  14 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Abrar Ul Haq, OS Shah, SA Hussain, SA Beigh, MI Yatoo. A mini review on chiropractic medicine and its application in veterinary medicine. Pharma Innovation 2017;6(11):471-473.
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