Animal Chiropractic Services Now AvailableTherapeutic Massage, Rehabilitation and Acupuncture Coming Soon!
Meet the Doctor
DR. JAMIE MABEUS, CHIROPRACTOR FOR PEOPLE AND PETS.
Dr. Jamie Mabeus (may-be-us) received her undergraduate degree from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin with a degree in Psychology and an emphasis in Physical Therapy. After graduating from Carroll, Dr. Mabeus attended National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2012.
While attending National University, Dr. Jamie received a well rounded education allowing her to treat patients of any age and in any stage of their life. In addition to the core curriculum provided, she attended continuing education in Sports and Functional Rehabilitation, McKenzie therapy, Kinesiology Taping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy, Nutrition, Motion Palpation and received a certification in Selective Function Movement Assessment (SFMA). She completed several clinical internships including traveling to Nicaragua with Natural Doctors International and as well as many volunteering opportunities around the Chicagoland area.
Dr. Jamie recently completed her 226+ hour post-graduate training in Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy – Animal Chiropractic in January of 2015. Since she was young, Dr. Jamie has had a passion for animals and it continues to be an important part of her life today. After entering the human health care field, and seeing the positive benefits chiropractic care has for her human patients, she was determined to expand her passion to animals. She currently offers mobile and in-home services for animals and donates her time and treatments to the animals at HAWS in Waukesha.
Modalities that are currently available include:
Light emission using a low intensity laser diode provides therapy for – but not limited to – soft tissue injuries, pain management, musculoskeletal conditions, arthritis, wound healing and dermatological conditions.
Stimluates tissue with sound waves to assist the healing process by increased blood flow to treated areas. Helps decrease pain and provides a gentle massage to painful areas.
TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
Electrical current used to stimulate nerves for theraputic purposes such as acute and chronic pain reduction.
Modalities that will be available include:
Therapeutic Hands-on Massage
An integral part of rehabilitation which helps reduce pain and swelling related to injuries and reduces muscle tension and stiffness. It also helps improve blood flow, decrease edema, and helps to improve conditioning which helps prevent further injury.
$75.00 initial visit (Canine)
$65.00 follow up adjustment
$65.00 Puppies/Kittens initial visit
$55. follow up adjustment
Service animals = $50.
Animals in Rescue = $50.
Hours of Service:
Pewaukee High School Alumni 2004
Ripon College Alumni 2006
Carroll College (University) Alumni 2009
National University of Health Sciences Alumni 2012
Healing Oasis Wellness Center Alumni 2014
Sports and Functional Rehabilitation
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy
McKenzie Therapy – MDT
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