Services of Elmhurst Animal Care Center

Illinois-based veterinarian Dr. Joel Todd Leroy Prince has provided medical care to animals for over 25 years. Dr. Joel Todd Leroy Prince treats patients at the Elmhurst Animal Care Center.

Located at 850 South Riverside Drive, the Elmhurst Animal Care Center facility offers comprehensive services so that pets and their owners receive the best care. Understanding the hectic quality of many people’s lives, the center provides non-appointment options that contribute to an animal’s health and well-being. The center’s dog daycare, pet boarding, and pet grooming services allow animals to be looked after in comfort and safety.

Elmhurst Animal Care Center also performs state-of-the-art surgeries. Veterinarians at the center use the CO2 surgical laser, which seals blood vessels, reduces pain and the risk of infection, and shortens the recovery period. This device also enables practitioners to perform smaller and more complicated incisions that cannot be accomplished with conventional scalpels.

Elmhurst Animal Care Center can perform diagnostics on the premises through digital radiography equipment, in-hospital urine and fecal analysis, and blood chemistry profiles. Neutering, spaying, and declaw removal are also among the center’s services. For more information, visit www.elmhurstanimalcarecenter.com.

How to Increase Driving Distance in Golf

In practice as a veterinarian for nearly three decades, Dr. Joel Todd Leroy Price currently treats patients at the Elmhurst Animal Care Center in Illinois. Dr. Prince is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association. In his spare time, Dr. Joel Todd Leroy Prince enjoys traveling and playing golf.

There are several ways to increase one’s driving distance in golf.

Don’t grip the club too tightly. One misconception in golf is that the tighter one grips the club, the farther the ball will travel. Many experts recommend that the grip should not be tighter than a “5” on a scale ranging from 1 to 10.

Keep the head down. One of the most important things for golfers to remember is to keep their heads down until after they have completed the swing. Lifting one’s head too early changes the club head’s angle of impact to the ball, which in turn can affect driving distance.

Position the feet correctly. In order to make direct contact with the ball, golfers should position their left foot directly beneath the left shoulder and at a 45-degree angle. Additionally, the left shoulder should face in the same direction as the intended target.