Sears Animal Hospital offers Veterinary Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats.
What is Acupuncture?
- Acupuncture is an Ancient Medicine that has been around for centuries.
- It involves the Insertion of Small, Sterile Needles into specific Acupuncture Points to Stimulate Nerves, Endorphin Release and Blood Flow
- The Treatment is Safe and is an Excellent Complement with Western Veterinary Medicine to aid in Rehabilitation Therapy and Pain Management
Did you know
- Veterinary Acupuncture Activates the Release of the Hormone Serotonin, into your Pet’s body that will Reduce Pain.
There are over 300 acupuncture points on a dog!
“Most patients find Acupuncture Treatments relaxing and some even have a Snooze!”
When should My Pet be Treated with TCM(Traditional Chinese Medicine)?
Aid in the Treatment of the following to Manage Pain:
- Mobility Disorders
- Disc Disease
- Cancer Care
- Neurological Conditions
- Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Patellar Luxation
- Orthopedic Procedures
These Painful Conditions are Very Common at all ages.
Can Occur Naturally through Aging Process or it may be the result of a Medical Condition or Accident.
Our Natural Approach
Dr. Bonnie Wesley is passionate about the care she offers her many furry friends and will employ her training in TCM and Canine Rehabilitation to improve the life of your pet.
- Titer Tests
- Optimum Nutrition
What to Expect when your Pet is Scheduled for Acupuncture Treatment
- Every patient begins with a Comprehensive Initial Examination with Dr. Bonnie Wesley where she will assess your pet’s current condition and creates a Treatment plan.
- On your first Acupuncture session Dr. Bonnie will evaluate and determine the frequency and duration of future sessions.
- Acupuncture Treatments are typically 45 minutes in length
- Pet Parents are encouraged to be in the room but can choose to drop off your furry friend for the day.
- At the completion of the session, we will remove the needles and they are ready to go home
Improvements are Commonly Noticed within 6 Treatment Sessions
We encourage a Natural Approach of Acupuncture, Herbs and Diet in our TCM Treatment Plan
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“Learn More about our Pain Management and Rehabilitation Programs”
We encourage a balanced approach with all our Rehabilitation & Pain Therapies that include:
- Monitored Diet
- Home Exercise Program
- Alternative Therapies