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Dog Acupuncture

Acupuncture is used to promote the body to heal itself. From a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine perspective, veterinary acupuncture encourages healing by correcting energy imbalances in the body. It enhances blood circulation, nervous system stimulation, and the release of anti-inflammatory and pain relieving hormones.

Acupuncture involves the use of needles placed into body tissue where nerve bundles and blood vessels come together. These areas of tissue are acupuncture points, which can be found all over the body.

What does acupuncture for dogs do?

Acupuncture can be used to treat many conditions in dogs. Arthritis, inflammation, back injuries, incontinence, GI issues, skin problems and many many more! It can also help with anxiety.

How can acupuncture benefit my dog?

Acupuncture can relieve symptoms that could potentially be causing pain and discomfort in your dog. Our acupuncturist can work out a treatment plan to get the best results and maximize relief for your dog.

Are there any side effects to dog acupuncture?

There are no adverse side effects to acupuncture.

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