Mobile veterinary acupuncture, chiropractic, & rehab in Denver, CO
Is your beloved animal in pain, recovering from a surgery, slowing down as they age, or experiencing anxiety?
I know that when your animal friend is suffering, you are also suffering. The animals that matter to you matter to me. It is my honor to help! Are you interested in a whole animal, evidence-based approach? Do you want guidance to help you navigate the complicated world of veterinary medicine? If so, I look forward to meeting you and your pets or horses!
You want to make smart, informed choices for your animals. I want to help you do that!
My approach is personalized and customized to you and your animal friend. Just as no patient is the same as another, neither are my treatments. Even the same patient changes over time, and the changes in my treatment plans reflect those changing needs.
Treatments may include acupuncture, aquapuncture (B12 injections), electrical-stimulation therapies, chiropractic (by hand or instrument-based), laser, massage, or physical rehab modalities and exercises.
I adapt techniques and treatments so that nervous or fearful patients can relax and trust that they are safe.
Client education is a priority in my practice. Appointment times are long so there is time to answer your questions and to share information that will set patients up for success as we go through this journey together.
When you have questions, I am here for you with follow-up texts or emails in between our appointments. I know it can feel lonely and confusing when you are searching for options to help your animal friends. I always provide ongoing support for you!
Offering customized treatment plans for every patient
Acupuncture treats more than just pain! It is also used for a wide range of medical conditions.
Stiff, lame or abnormal posture or movement patterns? Chiropractic treatment might help.
Rehabilitation improves mobility, strength and body awareness so animals can work and play with greater ease!
“I cannot thank Dr. Lancaster enough for her patience, sensitivity and amazing diagnostic skills. My horse, Eli, had a mysterious left hind leg lameness and the cause could not be found by equine lameness experts despite xray and ultrasound studies. They suggested an expensive MRI or simply retirement of my 15-year old horse. A good friend suggested that I have Dr. Lancaster evaluate and work on my horse. She found multiple musculoskeletal problems and began to work on correcting the problems. Ultimately, her work resulted in complete resolution of all lameness and allowed us to continue and advance with our dressage work.”