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We offer a real medical alternative to mainstream veterinary services, encompassing veterinary acupuncture, veterinary homeopathy, veterinary herbal medicine, natural feeding and other therapies, in an attempt to stimulate the body's innate healing capability. This approach to treatment is entirely different from that employed in modern conventional medicine and it is a source of constant wonderment how competent the body is, given the correct stimulus and guidance. The result is an alternative assessment, emphasis and prognosis, although we are still open to conventional methodology, when necessary and will readily work on a case alongside a conventional vet.
Main Treatments offered (see Therapies):
Herbal treatment (Phytotherapy)
Nutritional advice – Feeding advice
Back manipulation – Back treatment
Holistic medicine – Holistic veterinary medicine
Integrated medicine – Integrated veterinary medicine
Holistic therapy – Holistic treatment – Holistic care
Anthroposophical medicines – Anthroposophy
Natural medicine – Alternative medicine – complimentary medicine
CAM – CAVM
Integrated medicine (Integrative medicine)
Natural Feeding – Natural Diet
These approaches represent a philosophy that is alternative to the current conventional norm but the use of alternative therapies does not do away with the need for a thorough examination and assessment. Nor does it preclude the use of modern diagnostic techniques where necessary. A holistic vet will take into account all these things, in addition to closely scrutinizing lifestyle, diet, environment, riding, tack, shoeing, grazing, stabling, management etc., depending upon the species.:
Depending on your pet’s element and characteristic which is diverse and vary, we diagnose and select the appropriate method to deal with disease differently for a best result. This way of treatment couldn’t be found in the current medicine.
The alternative treatment, particularly acupuncture, can be used as a treatment for each of body systems. On one hand, it can be used together with herbs and nutrition to avoid medications which adversely affect to liver and kidney. On the other hand, using acupuncture aligning with the current medicine could also be an option.
While a well-being pet is a result from an acupuncture, a scientific explanation underpins this outcome. Beta-Endorphin produced when doing an acupuncture helps on relaxing and reducing the pain. The alternative medicine can be applied on a variety of diseases, for instance, diseases of the nervous system and muscular system such as Seizures and Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, respiratory system, endocrine system, or even cancer to give animals a good quality of life and avoid suffering from pain.
The veterinary alternative treatment should be done constantly. Depending on the response in each animal to the treatment, herbs and nutrition will be adjusted to the size and needs of animal. An acupuncture session may be arranged 1-2 times a week with 30 minutes per session in the beginning and continuously keeping track of treatment for the effectiveness.