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Veterinary Acupuncture involves placing needles at specific points along the body, for nerve stimulation and pain control. This form of medicine focuses on helping your pet regain normal mobility. Our Veterinary Acupuncture Certified Associate, Dr. Jennifer Liang, carefully assess your pet to identify their mobility deficits, and develop a customized treatment plan to help them recover more quickly & provide an integrative plan that will address your pet’s recovery from all angles.


Common Uses For Eastern Medicine & Pet Acupuncture

Our vets often recommend the use of veterinary acupuncture or other types of Chinese medicine for a number of issues, including:

The Benefits of Veterinary Acupuncture

Acupuncture for pets provides a number of benefits, including:

  • Promotes an increased blood flow which boosts oxygen in tissues 

  • Pets in poor health will benefit from the lack of systemic side effects

  • Lowers the amount of waste products produced

  • Helps relax muscles and relieve pain

  • Improves metabolic waste removal from the body 


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