The Well Adjusted Dog: Canine Chiropractic Methods You Can Do
Dr. Daniel Kamen
ISBN 1-57129-030-3 1996 paperback $16.95
Dr. Daniel Kamen, a practicing chiropractor, explains how you can use these simple techniques to help settle your dog’s aching bones. By following the simple step-by-step instruction and clear illustrations in this book, any dog owner can incorporate these alternative methods of healing as a supplement to regular veterinary visits. While this is a serious how-to book for dog lovers everywhere, it is written with the flair and humor that has helped Kamen win over television and radio audiences nationwide. This is an essential reference for dog lovers everywhere who want nothing but the best for their pet.
About the Author:Dr. Daniel Kamen, a chiropractor who lives in Illinois, has appeared on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and also as a guest on the Arsenio Hall Show, ABC News, the Jonathan Brandmeir Show in Chicago, and in numerous publications including the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune, and Total Health.
“People are taking more responsibility for their own health today and this trend is carrying over to their pets. They are learning about nontoxic pet diets, massage techniques, homeopathy, acupressure, etc., so this book will fill a knowledge gap and enable owners to further empower their pet health care abilities.” -Dr. Hank Kostecki, DVM
“For a chiropractor, manipulating the bones in the neck may be routine. But when the patient is a giraffe, it is a little tougher. Kamen first climbed his 11-foot ladder. Then he placed his hands on the giraffe’s neck. Whack! The giraffe swung its powerful neck against Mr. Kamen and knocked him to the ground. Touchy giraffes are a problem unique to one of the medical world’s fastest growing specialties, animal chiropractic.” -Wall Street Journal
“Dr. Kamen is one chiropractor who doesn’t back off from treating dogs, cats, and other nonhuman vertebrates….’As long as it has a spine, I can adjust it.’ He has done llamas, and a lion -‘Sedated,’ Kamen added; ‘and so was the lion.’ -Chicago Sun Times