I am Dr. Kiley B. Dill
Dr. Kiley is a 2012 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic and always dreamed of an animal chiropractic practice. In 2013, she completed the necessary requirements to become board-certified with the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. This is when Topline Equine Chiropractic was born. Dr. Kiley worked with Douds Veterinary Hospital from 2013-2021 delivering small animal chiropractic adjustments. Here she gained valuable knowledge in the care and treatment of small animal ailments.
The horse, with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back. - Amber Senti
Dr. Kiley immediately started with a mixed practice (Human & Animal) in 2013. In 2021, Dr. Kiley closed her human office to make her schedule more accommodating to animal patients. Dr. Kiley’s primary focus is horses, but she has adjusted some very interesting animals along the way including: ferrits, camels, pigs, emus, steers, and chickens to name a few! As long as the animal has legs and won’t eat her, she is willing to give it a try!
A lifelong horse enthusiast, Dr. Kiley always knew that she needed a career involving horses. After working in the veterinary field during her undergraduate education and a run-in with a sedated donkey, she decided that she would attend chiropractic school instead. Her first experience with a cervical adjustment was life-changing and this is the path she chose.
Dr. Kiley resides in Wakeman, OH with her horses, dog and husband. She enjoys working with her own horses in various disciplines and has a special place in her heart for the Thoroughbred breed.
Years of experience
Why Choose Us?
In recent years, veterinary chiropractic has grown exponentially. Some think that it is just a “fad” that will move on with the times. But in reality, most are discovering an adjustment to be extremely beneficial for their horse’s performance and overall well-being.
Regardless of the horse’s chosen discipline or workload, it is fair to say that most animals can benefit from a chiropractic adjustment performed by a licensed and board-certified individual. Of course there are some conditions that limit the scope of the adjustment. However, a well-trained individual will recognize these “red flags” and work closely with your primary veterinarian to determine the safety and necessity of chiropractic treatment.
Whether you notice that your older retiree is struggling to get up and down or your young jumper is late behind on his change, both can get great results from an adjustment. Chiropractic is built upon the biomechanical function of joints throughout the entire body. I often describe it to clients as a domino effect- what is restricted in the horse’s pelvis, inevitably will also affect the neck’s ability to flex, extend, turn left, and turn right. Every joint within the body affects every movement the body makes. When a joint is not moving properly, soft tissue is at risk because their function is compromised. When an adjustment is performed, the “motion restriction” is released, thus allowing muscles, ligaments, and tendons to perform efficiently.
A properly performed chiropractic adjustment does not involve a big show with lots of popping and cracking, as most people think. The animal should be fairly relaxed and enjoy the session. Most of the time the precision of the adjustment cannot be seen by the un-trained eye and a typical session is completed in 15 to 20 minutes.
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Feedback From Our Customer's
Not only is Dr. Kiley extremely intelligent and experienced, she genuinely cares for her patients and keeps current with new treatment protocols. Dr. Kiley is also kind and personable. I really enjoy our visits. I am so thankful to have such an amazing resource so close to home. Thank you Dr. Kiley!
- Carrie C.
My entire family (including our Dog) have been longtime patients of Dr. Kiley. The kids always get so excited when we get to see Dr. Kiley- the only doctor I can say that about! Dr. Kiley is very patient when I bring my “zoo” and we all feel so much better when we leave! And let me tell you, the Laser is life changing!
- Julie M.
My horse is stronger, straighter, better balanced, and has significantly improved mobility in all areas. He is holding his adjustments for longer periods of time which is a good thing since we live 3 states away! I will gladly continue to make the 9 hour drive for her to treat my horse, as her adjustments are well worth every single mile it takes to get to her!