A comprehensive approach to pet healthcare is embraced through a diverse array of complementary modalities designed to enhance the overall well-being of your pets.
Beyond traditional veterinary services, Elk Park Animal Hospital distinguishes itself by offering a range of complementary modalities such as acupuncture, physical therapy, and herbal medicine. These modalities are seamlessly integrated into the practice, providing pet owners with holistic options for their animal’s care. The skilled and compassionate team at Elk Park recognizes that each pet is unique, and by incorporating complementary modalities, they strive to address not only immediate health concerns but also to promote long-term vitality and quality of life for their beloved patients.
Pet Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine
When combined, pet acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine create a synergistic effect, amplifying the benefits of each modality. Acupuncture facilitates the flow of Qi and blood, promoting the body’s natural healing processes, while herbal medicine provides ongoing support, addressing imbalances at a deeper level.
The holistic nature of these complementary modalities is particularly appealing to pet owners who seek a comprehensive and integrative approach to their pets’ healthcare. By considering the physical, emotional, and energetic aspects of an animal’s well-being, pet acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine contribute to a more balanced and resilient state of health. Call us today to schedule an appointment and see the difference that combining both Eastern and Western medicine can make for your pet.
Ozone, possessing a distinctive odor and notable medicinal properties, presents a variety of advantages for small animals and pets. Nevertheless, it is crucial to manage it cautiously to guarantee the safety of both the animals and the practitioners.
This treatment is employed for addressing bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, autoimmune diseases, cancer, kidney failure, liver disease, Lyme disease, other tick-borne illnesses, FELV, FIV, Feline Coronavirus (FIP), toxoplasmosis, and Lepto. It proves particularly beneficial in cases of cancer in dogs or cats and kidney disease in cats.