Our Services

Topline Chiropractic Services

Equine Chiropractic Adjustment

The equine adjustment is a low force, high amplitude motion that delivers movement into a restricted joint.  Dr. Kiley is a hands-only practitioner, so you know your horse is receiving the most precise treatment possible!


Canine Chiropractic Adjusment

The canine adjustment uses very minimal force to increase range of motion within a joint segment to restore your dog’s mobility!


Summus Class IV Laser Treatment

Summus Class IV Laser Therapy is the absolute top-of-the-line adjunctive treatment. Increase oxygenation of tissues, decrease pain, inflammation and stimulate healing!


Our Pricing

$ 225

Equine Adjustment + Laser Therapy

  • At this time, Equine Adjustments are only performed in conjunction with Laser Therapy.  Dr. Kiley has noted such great improvement in outcomes since implementing this procedure.  Horses are more relaxed and the ease of adjustment is much greater.  We invite you to see for yourself!  

  • Minimum 3 horses required for farm call
  • Haul-in appointments available in Wakeman, OH
  • Travel radius is within 1hr 15 min of 44889
  • Inquire for large barns at a greater distance
$ 85

Canine Chiropractic Adjustment

  • Adjunctive Laser Therapy available with Adjustment

  • Office located in Wakeman, OH

  • We see CATS too! 
$ 75-125

Summus Class 4 Laser Treatment

  • $75 (one area), $100 (2 areas), $125 (3 areas)

  • Subject to farm call fee if no adjustment performed on service date

  • Minimum 3 horses required for farm call
  • Haul-in appointments available in Wakeman, OH
  • Travel radius is within 1hr 15 min of 44889
  • Inquire for large barns at a greater distance

Class 4 Laser Therapy is also available for Non-Chiropractic cases: 

  • Suspensory Injuries

  • Deep Digital Flexor Tendon Tears

  • Wounds

  • Dermatitus/Fungal Isssues

  • Plus much more - inquire for further information!

Have questions?


Chiropractic is a type of manual medicine that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems and the effects of these disorders on your animal’s general health. Chiropractic is based on the importance of a properly moving joint and its communication with the central nervous system. Movement is, in fact, the most important relay mechanism of input into the brain and spinal cord. When the motion is impaired, the body’s vital information is compromised, thus leading to various outward symptoms.

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 untrained eye and a typical session is completed in 15 to 20 minutes.

The joint restrictions that require chiropractic care can often be asymptomatic to the untrained eye. Over time, these restrictions will cause clinical symptoms which will negatively affect the health of your animal. With regular chiropractic examinations by Dr. Kiley, these restrictions can be detected before they cause negative symptoms. It is far easier to prevent the problem than to correct the problem.
A thorough evaluation and adjustment takes about 20 minutes. Of course, this may vary depending on the complexity of your horse’s case and the clinical assessment with Dr. Kiley.
This is always an interesting question. Dr. Kiley will discuss treatment recommendations after the adjustment. Dr. Kiley will work with the owner to determine what the best treatment plan will be for the patient’s particular situation. This is definitely not a “one-size, fits-all” modality.