Acupuncture

At AHSH, we believe in providing only the best care to your furry family members. Can your pet benefit from Acupuncture that has been in practice for thousands of years? Absolutely. What’s even better is that Dr. Emily Falk is not only an expert in Traditional Western Veterinary Medicine but is now certified in Eastern Traditional Chinese Medicine. Your pet gets the best of both worlds, an integrative approach to his or her care whether it be preventive or treatment for a specific condition.

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What is Acupuncture?

The goal of acupuncture therapy is to produce a healing response within the body by placing small needles at very specific points on your pet’s body. According to the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), acupuncture treatments work with your pet’s body to correct internal imbalances to achieve healing. What does this mean from a scientific standpoint? By placing acupuncture needles, your pet’s blood circulation will increase and nervous system will be stimulated to release anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving substances. An overall homeostatic effect is achieved to promote healing from within. 

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Can your pet benefit from Acupuncture?

YES!  Whether you’re looking for preventative wellness treatments, acute or chronic therapy, all pets can benefit from acupuncture.

  • Wellness & preventative points for pets of all ages
  • Calming/anxiety
  • Painful management (arthritis, back injuries and more!) 
  • Post-surgical healing 
  • GI issues including IBD and bouts of vomiting/diarrhea
  • Skin issues – allergic dermatitis and lick granulomas
  • Respiratory issues – asthma, chronic upper respiratory issues, bronchitis
  • Internal medicine – chronic kidney disease, liver disease, autoimmunte disorders
  • Cancer management & palliative therapy

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Interested in learning more? Visit our Veterinary Acupuncture FAQ for more information (coming soon). You can also sign up for Dr. Emily’s Acupuncture blog by clicking here (or see the right column of this page).

Ready to schedule your pet’s first Acupuncture consultation and treatment? Contact us 614.389.6455 to book with Dr. Emily Falk!

We look forward to providing this new service for your pets at AHSH!

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