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Time tested strategies for healing and pain relief

This natural drug-free approach will help your dog be healthy & pain-free

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is a natural drug-free approach to healing. This system of medicine has been practiced for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese Medicine supports the body’s ability to heal and rebalance itself.

Traditional Chinese medicine involves acupuncture and herbal medicine. These systems of medicine are based on the principle that health requires a balance of all body systems and a free flow of energy.

The energy that flows through the body is referred to as Chi. Imbalance and obstructed Chi flow leads to poor health, pain, and disease. Healing and pain relief is accomplished by correcting blockages in the flow of chi and restoring balance in the body.

Conditions that are successfully treated by Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine:

  • Chronic Skin Conditions
  • Urinary Issues
  • Lameness
  • Hormonal Disturbances
  • Poor Performance
  • Tension/Anxiety
  • Neurological Disease

Traditional Chinese Medicine supports the body’s ability to heal and rebalance itself


Acupuncture utilizes strategically placed needles, to stimulate specific points on the body. These points are located along channels of Chi energy called meridians. Stimulation of these points restores the flow of chi and corrects blockage and imbalance. As a result, your horse can achieve optimal health and be pain-free.

Modern research continues to discover scientific explanations for the effects of acupuncture. It has been discovered that acupuncture points are located in areas rich in nerve plexuses. Stimulation of acupuncture points induces the release of B-endorphins, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters. These natural substances are well known to have many positive roles in pain relief and healing.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine also utilizes Chinese herbs to assist in healing and rebalancing the body. These naturally occurring substances, correct imbalances that lead to disease and pain. Animals may be treated with herbal medicine alone or a combination of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Tremendous numbers of clinical studies have proven that Chinese herbal medicines are effective for treating a wide variety of medical diseases. 

Help your dog be healthy & pain-free – naturally!
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