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Animal Sports Therapy, LLc
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Contact Person: Dr Linda Hansen

Description:
Animal Sports Therapy, L.L.C. is about reducing pain and restoring soundness to your animal. AST can help your animal recover more quickly from an injury, restore flexibility and therby save lost training time whether it will be equine, canine or other.

Services we Provide:
Chiropractic, Training

Address / Location(s):

50 Cashman Road
GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania, 17325
United States

Website: http://animalsportstherapy.com

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Reviews: 1         Views: 239 Rating: 5
10/09/2014
My little dog was experiencing severe pain in her neck. Pain meds did not help. With the first treatment, little Tara was able to lift her head normally and was not in severe pain. Having been a chiropractic patient myself for years, I am impressed by her knowledge and treatment procedures and therapies.
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