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A dog at the clinic
A dog at the clinic
A dog at the clinic

Acupuncture

The art of manipulating the body’s Qi to elicit a healing response using fine sterile needles is a 2500 year old technique from Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Acupuncture can be used as both a treatment and preventive modality.

A man holding a catBoth dogs and cats can benefit from acupuncture as either a stand-alone treatment or as part of an integrative plan for a multitude of issues. Carefully selected points are stimulated to re-balance the flow of Qi for the resolution of pain and illness. This modality is often used to treat mobility challenges, as well as nausea from an assortment of conditions. Our Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, who is also a Licensed Veterinarian with an integrative approach, will take a thorough history and perform a comprehensive examination to determine the best treatment plan for your pet.