James Picton had over thirty years’ experience as a human chiropractic and osteopathic practitioner before moving to the care of animals. Graduating from RMIT with a Post Graduate Diploma in Animal Chiropractic in 2007, James has extensive experience covering all aspects of equine and canine chiropractic treatments. James now works exclusively with animals in a mobile practice.
Common problems James has encountered include back soreness, saddle fit, girth issues, behavioural disfunction, poor performance and general wellbeing. After extensive assessments, James utilises a diversity of modalities such as acupuncture, ultrasound, adjustment of spinal and peripheral joints, and soft tissue techniques, depending on the individual animal’s presenting symptoms and temperament.