|Petra Gill, D.C. grew up in Austria and has been around horses all of her life. She started riding at age 4 when her father bought a nasty little Shetland pony mare named Sheriff. Despite initial challenges with Sheriff, a deep bond developed between them and she became Petra's first teacher on her journey with horses.
Over the years Dr. Petra not only developed a passion for riding but also for working with horses. Originally an equine massage therapist for 12 years, Petra made the switch to Chiropractic after seeing the amazing changes and benefits that animals went through after being adjusted. She has studied with her mentor Dr. Jay Komarek D.C. for the past 5 years and completed her animal certification through the Options for Animals program in Wellsville, Kansas. She is certified by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association and is currently practicing at the Café of Life in Durango, Colorado. Dr. Gill makes frequent travels throughout the country adjusting horses.
|Clayton Sullwold, D.C. has been working with horses since April of 2004 when he watched his first horse adjustment. After attending a seminar in animal adjusting he realized that taking care of animals would always be part of his passion for Chiropractic.
“The level at which you can work with a horse is more deeply profound than one can imagine. To deliver an adjustment with intent and specificity is of utmost importance to awaken life force potential in individuals and animals alike.” Clay has spent numerous hours under the study of his mentor Dr. Jay Komarek D.C. a certified animal chiropractor (CAC) who has been in practice for over 32 years. After graduating from Life Chiropractic College West, Dr. Clay attended the Options for Animals program in Wellsville, Kansas where he obtained his certification in both canine and equine chiropractic from the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. He currently practices at the Café of Life in Durango, Colorado and travels the country adjusting horses.