Physical therapy/rehabilitation is a very useful and sought after modality for humans and until recently has caught the eye of the veterinary profession. Click to read more.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese medicine encompasses several areas under its umbrella of therapy. Click to read more.
Acupuncture involves placing hair-thin needles into acupuncture points on the body known to have physiologic effects on the body’s processes. Click to read more.
Tuina is the Chinese form of medical manipulation that is used for preventing and treating disease.
Veterinary Spinal Manipulation/Chiropractic
Many who have gone to a chiropractor have enjoyed the benefits of increased flexibility, decrease in musculoskeletal discomfort and enhanced quality of life. Click to read more.
Homeopathy is a holistic modality based on the Law of Similars. Click to read more.
House Call Service
At times, patients may have great difficulty getting into the clinic or an owner is unable to leave the home and they may be seen on a house call basis. Click to read more.
The most difficult decision made on behalf of a pet is whether or not it is time to say goodbye. Click to read more.