The LifeExtend Method

There are many kinds of conditions that I have treated using LifeExtend Method. In some cases I have to begin with addressing the organs so that they can become strong enough to do their part in healing the body. After which I go after the arsonist. Because if I can target the etiology, then all of the secondary issues will disappear too.

So instead of doing the same thing over and over with minimal success (like repeated antibiotics, steroids, drugs that further impact optimal function), I create a graduated plan to support, improve, and augment organ and glandular function. Then, when the body is ready, tackle the enemy that is present.

That way we are less likely to cause more discomfort and illness along the path to having a happy, healthy, and naturally rejuvenated animal. My preferences are blending customized nutritional supplementation, herbal therapies, homeopathic preparations, and/or essential oils sourced from Ayurveda, Eastern, and Western principles. For bodywork, specific therapeutic modalities such as Alpha-Stim® microcurrent therapy, laser, ultrasound, Q-gong, saunas, kinesiotape, splinting, and massage can be added to chiropractic to reduce pain and further improve comfort, function, and posture.

The LifeExtend Method helps any animal:

    • Cats
    • Dogs
    • Horses
    • Birds
    • Rabbits
    • Llamas
    • Cows
    • Any animal, any species!

The LifeExtend Method can help solve:


    • Food
    • Environmental

Anxiety and stress-related behavior issues

Arthritis, degenerative joint disease



Digestive disorders

    • Stomach, intestines, colon
    • Chronic vomiting , diarrhea

Ear infections; chronic

Endocrine imbalance

    • Adrenal, thyroid, pituitary, hypothalamus

Joint and spine issues

    • Bursitis, tendonitis
    • Calcification, spondylosis
    • Cruciate or other ligament injuries
    • Subluxations
    • Muscle spasms, tremors

Neurologic and muscular disorders

    • Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVD)
    • Paresis, paralysis
    • Degenerative myelopathy
    • Neuropathy
    • EPM in horses
    • Seizures

Obesity, weight management

Organ malfunction

    • Eyes, Heart, Kidney and Urinary bladder, Liver and Gall Bladder, Lungs, Pancreas


Parasitic infections or infestations

Reproductive issues

Skin disease, erruptions, growths

Toxins, heavy metals, chemicals

Viral infections, Immune stress or weakness