Switch to Main Site
Practice Name

Integrative Healing Veterinary Clinic & Mobile Services

Social Media
Primary Location
102 S. Business Plaza
New Bern, NC 28562
Phone: 252-671-4883
Fax: 252-638-4482

Office Hours

Monday8 - 112 - 5
Tuesday8 - 11Closed
Wednesday8 - 112 - 5
Thursday8 - 11Closed
Friday8 - 112 - 5
SaturdayBy Appt.Closed
Main Content


Spinal manipulation therapy (i.e. animal chiropractic) involves the relationship between the nervous system and the spinal column and the critical role this relationship has in the maintenance of overall health. The nervous system is responsible for initiating and coordinating all signals of movement by stimulating the muscles that are attached to the skeletal system. 

Anything adversely affecting the nervous system will have detrimental effects that will resonate throughout the entire body. The command centers of the nervous system are the brain and spinal cord which are protected by the spine. The spine is a complex framework of bones (vertebra), ligaments, muscles and nerves. If the movement and biomechanics of the vertebra become dysfunctional (also referred to as misalignment or "subluxation"), it can interfere with the performance of the nerves that are branching off of the spinal cord and going to the all of the muscles and organs. As this occurs, your animal can lose normal mobility; resulting in stiffness, tension, pain, and even organ dysfunction. Additionally, when normal movement is affected, and left unattended, it will ultimately impact your animal’s entire well being and quality of life. 


A chiropractic adjustment or spinal manipulation is a low amplitude, high velocity thrust  that is directed at a specific articulation to correct a vertebral subluxation.  Chiropractic medicine is designed to stimulate a natural healing response and return the body to homeostasis as quickly as possible without harmful side effects.


  • Gait Abnormalities
  • Abnormal weight bearing
  • Neck, back, leg, and tail pain
  • Muscle spasms, muscle atrophy, and nerve problems
  • Maintenance of joint and spinal health
  • Unexplained lameness
  • Difficulty chewing/jaw issues
  • Degenerative arthritis
  • Performance enhancement
  • Prevention of disease
  • Osteoarthritis relief


The number and frequency of adjustments is determined by the disease or condition being treated, the age of the animal, and the species of animal.  Many acute conditions may only require one or two treatments, whereas chronic conditions may need monthly adjustments.  Typically, it may be recommended that your pet be adjusted 2-3 times at 2 to 4 week intervals, then maintenance as needed.  


Exclusive Offer

New patients receive 10% OFF first Acupuncture or Chiropractic Veterinary Service (*does not include herbs, homeopathic remedies, or travel fee)

Name: *
Email: *
Phone: *


Services We provide integrative veterinary care for large and small animals in Eastern North Carolina and surrounding areas.  Please explore our website to learn more about the integrative services we offer. Make An Appointment We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today! Online Forms Our patient forms are available online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.


My senior horses and dogs with chronic health problems from lameness to breathing issues/ allergies have greatly benefited from Dr. Linnea's acupuncture and chiro treatments.  As a naturopathic therapist for animals, I am always looking for the most natural, least invasive, and most effective treatments for my animals. I am thrilled to have a DVM in our area offering these services full time. She is dedicated, compassionate, and effective and my animals are always happy to see her.

-Cindy Acosta, Terrapin Horse Center 

Office Hours

Integrative Healing Veterinary Clinic & Mobile Services does not have set office hours, as Dr. Theisen travels to some of her patients to provide treatment.  All patients are scheduled by appointment.  Evening and Saturday treatment sessions are available by appointment.  

Meet Dr. Theisen

Meet Dr. Theisen Dr. Linnea A. Theisen has an integrative veterinary practice located in New Bern, North Carolina.   The modalities of this practice include acupuncture, veterinary spinal manipulation therapy/animal chiropractic, laser therapy, tui-na, homeopathy, and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. " Read More


  • 252-671-4883
  • 102 S. Business Plaza New Bern, NC 28562
  • Get Directions

Newsletter Sign Up

Community Content