What is VOM?

Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation is a healing technology that locates areas of the animal's nervous system that has fallen out of communication, and re-establishes neuronal communication and thus induces healing.

What Does the Hand-held Device Do to My Pet?

It reduces the subluxations present in the joints of your pet. It cannot create a subluxation in your pet. It can only flip the neuronal switches on that are turned off. It cannot flip a switch off.
It provides very accurate and precise motion to specific areas of the pet’s spine and if a subluxation is present it can detect and reduce it quickly and without pain or injury. It can confirm that the neuronal subluxation is reduced even if it is not associated with an anatomical listing.

Can the Device and VOM Harm My Pet?
No.

The device trades motion for speed to maintain the force needed to reduce the subluxation through Newton's Second Law of Motion (FORCE=MASS X ACCELERATION). In over 35,000 animal adjustments including pets with fractures, tumors and acute spinal diseases I have yet to injure a pet with the accelerometer. (Note: sometimes the adjustments may cause some minor pain or discomfort but does not produce enough movement to cause injury)

What Can VOM Treat?

Routinely treated are conditions such as:

What Should I Expect as Results from VOM Treatments?

You may see a response while your pet is on the examination table. It can be that fast. An experienced CVCP may have treated cases where the animals haven't walked for weeks, or even have been given up for dead. With one adjustment thrust, the pet stands and walks about the exam room.
The average case will see some sort of positive response within the first week and commonly the entering clinical complaint will be gone within the first three adjustments giving the client the false security that the case is completed.
Cases that show no response within 1 month may not resolve towards a satisfactory solution. Cases that have had paralysis or lack of function for years or months may not respond well to VOM, however, one does not know until you try.

How Can I Get More Information?

Contact www.vomtech.com for more information and to investigate acupuncture, acupressure and classic manual veterinary chiropractic care