Veterinary chiropractic

We are highly trained professionals with specialist training in animals and use our hands to assess the neuro-musculoskeletal system.

Animals we treat

It’s amazing the different shapes and varieties of animals that we have helped with chiropractic adjustments, from snakes and skinny pigs to dogs with arthritis and horses with stiff necks.

Our team

Our head office for small animal care is in Benfleet and for larger animals we come to you.

Our goal is to provide the best care possible to beloved family pets and working animals, giving them the quality of life they deserve.

As the only Veterinary Chiropractor in Essex, registered with both the Register for Animal Musculoskeletal Practice (RAMP) and the British Veterinary Chiropractic Association (BVCA), you know you are in safe and well educated hands.

Our ethos

With the use of chiropractic skills and other non-invasive techniques we will strive to provide your pets with the best care and after care possible, to get your pet back on form quickly.

Animals we treat

It’s amazing the different shapes and varieties of animals that we have helped with chiropractic adjustments, from snakes and skinny pigs to dogs with arthritis and horses with stiff necks.

About the team

Our head office for small animal care is in Benfleet, Essex and our team of professional front desk staff will be more than happy to assist you with any questions or queries you may have.

New treatments

Stance analysis – the new gold standard in lameness assessments.

Chordata Veterinary Chiropractic is the only Animal Chiropractic clinic in Essex that can provide stance analysis data on your pets.

This is a unique tool to us work preventatively with animals that are predisposed to back or limb issues, either through genetics or for those that put high levels of strain on their joints, for example working dogs or those competing in high impact sports such as agility.

Laser therapy – helping animals to heal faster. 

Laser Therapy is a new addition to our clinic.

Like humans, animals have a natural repair mechanism, which means that injuries heal up by themselves sooner or later, the problem is that it can often take a long time and be a painful process.

The positive effects of laser treatments are quicker healing, pain relief, increased blood circulation, and reduced swelling.

Happy Customers

Our 11 year old Gordon Setter Ralf has arthritis in both his hips, seeing Stuart has helped greatly with his range of movement. Our aim is to keep Ralf comfortable and active, seeing Stuart is definitely helping us with this goal. Stuart's attitude, great knowledge, along with kind confident handling has gained Ralf's trust so that Ralf is not fazed by his visits and in fact is pleased to go to the practice.

- Lesly Robson