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B Balanced


B Balanced Chiropractic LLC is a mobile animal and human chiropractic practice serving North Texas and Oklahoma

Our Mission

Here at B Balanced, we value the connection that forms between a horse and its rider. While it takes a village for support, once in the arena or out on the trail, that moment of connection is what makes you two a true team. It’s a moment of poise, of serenity, and as anyone can attest to, a good team makes it look effortless.

That's why our focus is to treat you together - as a team. When we ask our horses to perform for us, we are also asking them to carry us, to be balanced in motion, despite athletic feats, uneven ground, or an especially-persistent fly. In order to better show up for our teammates and maximize our performance, we as riders must also then be balanced on them and within ourselves.

Our mission is to improve performance goals, increase the synergy between a horse and rider, and enhance overall quality of life by helping you and your four-legged family member feel better and move freer. We are proud to provide a quality chiropractic experience and a consistent commitment to the health and wellness of you and yours.

Superior performance starts with superior care. To learn more about how chiropractic can help, click here.

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Our Services

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While we primarily focus on horses and their equestrian counterpart, we also know that dogs, cats, and other livestock are part of the barn family as well.

Contact us to see how we can best serve you!

Chiropractic Adjustments

Aimed to carefully and specifically address joints that are not moving properly within the spine and limbs

Soft Tissue Therapy

Hand or instrument-assisted soft tissue therapy that reduces myofascial tension and may accelerate healing

Gait and Tack Analysis

Analyzing movement and equipment fit is a valuable way to identify possible compensation and the root cause of issues

Why Chiropractic?

The purpose of chiropractic care is restore or maintain joint mobility which may also improve nervous system function. Chiropractic adjustments address the joints within the extremities (limbs) and the spine that are not moving properly. These areas of segmental dysfunction are what can cause pain, stiffness, tissue changes, or muscular imbalance. Additionally, the spine houses and protects the spinal cord, which gives it an intimate connection with our entire nervous system through the spinal column and exiting nerve roots. When our joints, especially those between the vertebrae, are able to move better, our nervous system can more clearly communicate with the rest of the body. We use manual adjusting and a combination of other modalities to restore motion and mobility within the joints. This can cause the body‘s systems to function better, which allows us to perform better. When we are able to perform better, we improve our own natural ability to function and respond to the physical challenges that daily life or performance training brings.

Performance doesn’t just refer to sports performance either. Our bodies are natural athletes and we perform every day - you being able to lift that 50 lb. feed bag, or your dog being able to jump in the truck is performance too!

Horses on consistent or strenuous training schedules especially benefit from regular chiropractic care in order restore and maintain flexibility, which helps both achieve and maintain peak performance. Activities such as jumping, sliding stops, repetitive motions, or prolonged collection place additional stressors on the horse’s spine and limbs that can lead to a loss of mobility. Subtle signs may be all that are visible, but chiropractic care can help ensure that your equine athlete maintains their highest level of health.

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Benefits of Chiropractic Care and Soft Tissue Therapy

  • Regulates muscle tension
  • Loosens scars and fascial adhesions that have been there for a year or less
  • Improves circulation
  • Provides mental relaxation
  • Improves performance
  • Restores mobility
  • Decreases pain and inflammation

What can Chiropractic help with?

Our animals can’t tell us when they hurt, so we have to rely on reading their body language and behavior changes. Do you notice any of the following in your four-legged friend?

  • Short-striding, minor lameness, or abnormal gaits
  • Difficulty chewing or eating
  • Muscle spasms or nerve problems
  • Decreased mobility
  • Difficulty accepting the bit
  • Resistance to being ridden, such as girthiness, being cold-backed, or bucking
  • Difficulty flexing at the poll
  • Stiffness turning one direction, or pulling more on one rein
  • Inexplicable decline in performance, such as jump refusals, reduced stamina, or knocking poles/barrels
  • Pain or sensitivity when being touched or lifted
  • Back, neck, leg, or tail pain
  • Difficulty picking up or maintaining leads
  • Posture changes

While this is not an exhaustive list of signs and symptoms, it should help you be aware of what changes to look for. A chiropractic adjustment may be able to help reduce these symptoms and clear the segmental dysfunction in certain areas. Please discuss with your veterinarian if chiropractic care could be a viable option for your animal.

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Importance of Proper Tack Fit

Finding the perfect saddle that fits both the rider and the horse is no easy task. So often however, saddles are mainly fit to the rider’s needs, with less attention being paid to how it actually fits on the horse’s back. This lack of attention can lead to serious problems. Poor saddle fit can lead to back pain, muscle atrophy, lameness, and an overall decline in performance. Girth fit can have a similar affect on a horse’s performance capacity, while also leading to pain and adverse behavior. Pressure points from an ill-fitting girth can lead to muscle sensitivity and inflammation, which can reduce shock-absorption in their front limbs, reduce wither mobility, and restrict contraction of the shoulder girdle musculature. Finally, a horse’s bridle directly affects jaw mobility, poll tension, sensation of the mouth and nostrils.

Since poor fitting equipment is such a common reason for injury and tension, here at B Balanced Chiropractic, a thorough tack analysis is included in every Initial Horse Exam.

Gait Analysis

A horse’s movement should naturally be balanced, loose, and full of rhythmic swing. When a horse is experiencing pain and stiffness, either caused by segmental dysfunction or muscular tension, their natural movement patterns get altered. A thorough gait analysis can give valuable insight into compensatory movement patterns and ultimately the root cause of the issue. Compensatory movement patterns are observed as asymmetries or gait anomalies and these could end up causing performance problems or an increased risk of injury down the line.

Gait analysis is included in all our examinations, since it is such an important tool in identifying the true source of musculoskeletal complaint. By identifying the true source, we can treat the root cause instead of just the symptoms. This helps you and your horse reach your performance goals faster.


Initial Exam and First Treatment:

$80 + travel fees

Follow-up Appointments:

$60 + travel fees


Initial Exam and First Treatment:

$200 + travel fees

Follow-up Appointments:

$150 + travel fees


Initial Exam and First Treatment:


Follow-up Appointments:


Travel Fees: B Balanced Chiropractic is mobile and we come to you. Travel fees are based on the time-to-travel, and may be waived or discounted depending on the number of animals being seen during one visit to a single location. Please contact about specific costs to your location.

We do not make house calls for just people, so there are no travel fees associated with human appointments!


B Balanced Chiropractic is proud to offer discounts for family-plans, first responders, military, professional animal trainers, non-profit organizations, and animal rescues

Inquire when you call - these additional opportunities may be available to you


if both you and your animal get treated!

Initial Exam and First Treatment:

Horse/Rider: $275 + travel fees

Dog/Handler: $165 + travel fees

Follow-up Appointments:

Horse/Rider: $210 + travel fees

Dog/Handler: $125 + travel fees


Gait Analysis / Tack Analysis

$40 (treatment not included)

Ride Analysis:

$60 - a step up from our gait analysis! This involves watching you and your horse go in order to better assess how you move together

Please inquire about rates and services offered for other animals not listed

What to Expect

Initial Exams:

These are for any first-time patients, those with new concerns, or a patient that we have not seen in over one year. Includes:

  • Comprehensive health history
  • Gait analysis
  • Tack analysis
  • Hands-on evaluation
  • Treatment
  • At-home recommendations
  • Emailed post-treatment report delivered to you and your team

With all this information, we are able to customize the care needed and form a treatment plan that produces lasting results.


These are for established patients that are on current treatment plans with us and have been seen within the past year. Includes:

  • Re-exam as needed and hands-on evaluation
  • Treatment
  • At-home recommendations
  • Emailed post-treatment report delivered to you and your team

Payment options: cash, check, or Zelle. Payment is due in full at time of service.

A minimum of 24-hours notice is required to reschedule or cancel an appointment in order to avoid cancellation fees

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New Patients

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Getting Started:


In compliance with animal care laws in the state Texas, we MUST have your veterinarian referral forms filled out and signed by your vet PRIOR to your first appointment.

The referral allows your primary veterinarian to determine if your animal has any underlying health conditions that would contraindicate chiropractic care, as well as approve and supervise the care of your animal. The scope of practice laws in Texas require that ALL chiropractors have a veterinarian referral prior to providing chiropractic adjustments, regardless of their additional certificates or training.

To expedite your first visit, please send your completed intake forms along with your vet referral in an email and include your animal’s name in the subject line.

Your signed veterinarian referral must be on file 48-hours prior to your pending appointment time to avoid cancellation.

If you are an owner in need of a veterinarian referral for your pet, consider reaching out to us for veterinarians that we have a working referral relationship with. If you are a veterinarian who would like to be added to this contact list, don’t hesitate to call, email, or text. We always love to expand our network, and would love to talk with you about collaborative care.

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Animal Intake

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Getting Started:


In Oklahoma, a licensed chiropractor may engage in the practice of animal chiropractic diagnosis and treatment if certified to do so by the Board. Such certification requires the completion of no less than 210 hours of education, along with certification and continued education through the American Veterinary Certification Association (AVCA).

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Meet your Doctor

Dr. Kati Mosteller, DC

I was born and raised in Southern California, where my love of horses (and all animals) began at a young age. I started riding at six-years old, and went on to compete at a national level in a multitude of disciplines, including Western Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, Equitation, and Sidesaddle.

My teammate throughout that entire journey was a little bay Arabian, named Bailey. Starting in 2003, Bailey was my walk-trot pony. Then ten years later, we had our last class together at Canadian Nationals where he jogged out of the arena with roses on his neck at the spry young age of 23.

Immediately following that, Bailey and I - along with my newly-acquired Mustang, Bravo - moved to Alabama so that “we” could all attend college. There, I focused all things Equine Science, especially training, management, and equine nutrition. Bailey and Bravo focused on increasing their apples-to-work ratio...

Bravo and I went on to compete in the Mustang Million in Fort Worth in 2013, and then in 2015, I competed in another Mustang Makeover in Georgia.

After graduating, my herd and I moved back to California. As is the plight of many a horsewoman, that herd had now grown by one, and Wallie the Warmblood made the trek back to the west coast with us.


Once back in California, I worked for four years starting young horses and training performance horses for competition. My years and success in the show ring made me feel like the next step in my career was to be a horse trainer. However, after some time, I felt called to follow my passions into another aspect of the horse industry. After soul-searching and thorough research, I made the decision to return to school with the intent of specializing in Equine Chiropractic.

That decision brought us all here to Texas, where I now feel incredibly blessed and grateful that I get to combine my years in the competitive horse industry with a knowledge of equine sciences and my love of healing and connection. While working with equine athletes from a training perspective was rewarding, being able to truly help them feel their best and perform better because of it lights my fire.


In 2021, Bailey passed away at the age of 31. While he may not physically be in the herd now, he is still the cornerstone of my horse journey, just as he has been since we started all those years ago.

B Balanced Chiropractic serves as a legacy for all the values he shaped in me as we grew up together - dedication, perseverance, heart, and, above all, a deeply-rooted love behind what we do.

It is an honor to carry those on.




Doctorate of Chiropractic, Cum Laude, Parker University 2023

Masters of Neuroscience, Parker University 2023

Animal Chiropractic Program, Parker University 2023

Bachelors in Equine Science, Auburn University 2016


American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, 2023


American Veterinary Chiropractic Association, 2023

Texas Chiropractic Association, 2023

Work / Achievements:

Horse trainer 2013-2019

AHA National Champion Western Pleasure 2016

Extreme Mustang Makeover 18-24 Champion 2015

Alabama Equine Extension Intern 2015-2016

AHA National Champion Western Horsemanship 2012

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(940) 373-0891

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By appointment only

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Our services are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any specific illness or condition and should only be used as a complement to regular and concurrent veterinary care. Chiropractic care may provide support and encourage the body into its most optimal state of health. We operate in full compliance with all Texas laws and regulations. The content provided herein is informational only and is not to be construed as veterinary or medical advice. Consult your veterinarian before seeking chiropractic care for your animal.