Chiropractic practice finds a home on Main

Chiropractic practice finds a home on Main

Chiropractor focuses on animals but looks to add humans to the mix
Iris Davidson, right, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, works on Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, as his owner, Kim Grant, holds him on Thursday at Davidson’s new office at 1137 Main Ave.
Iris Davidson, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, discovered Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, had rotated has pelvis after jumping from a car two months ago.
Iris Davidson, right, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, works on Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, as owner Kim Grant holds him at Davidson’s new office at 1137 Main Ave. on Thursday.
“With animals it’s very apparent you’ve made a difference in their system,” said Iris Davidson, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor. “They don’t have a filter. They just live in the moment. They are very pure and they can’t lie.”

Chiropractic practice finds a home on Main

Iris Davidson, right, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, works on Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, as his owner, Kim Grant, holds him on Thursday at Davidson’s new office at 1137 Main Ave.
Iris Davidson, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, discovered Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, had rotated has pelvis after jumping from a car two months ago.
Iris Davidson, right, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor, works on Oliver, a 6-month-old Bernese mountain dog, as owner Kim Grant holds him at Davidson’s new office at 1137 Main Ave. on Thursday.
“With animals it’s very apparent you’ve made a difference in their system,” said Iris Davidson, owner of Durango Animal Chiropractor. “They don’t have a filter. They just live in the moment. They are very pure and they can’t lie.”
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