a Referral Centre and second opinion practice, specialising in Natural (Holistic, Alternative or Complementary)
Medicine, including veterinary acupuncture. This means that we communicate with your own veterinary practice, when seeing
a patient for you, and write afterwards to detail our treatments.
The therapies offered are: veterinary acupuncture,
veterinary herbal medicine, veterinary homeopathy, chiropractic manipulation, aromatherapy, Bach flowers, Schuessler tissue
salts, Laser, Ultrasound and natural feeding advice.
We are situated conveniently near the central motorway network, thus
putting us within easy reach of London and of anywhere in South & Central England.
Mr Day holds a specialist
qualification in Veterinary Homeopathy.
We are also happy to refer cases on to other specialists, but this service
is more often supplied by your home practice.
We will work with any other professional, as part of a team, to try
to enhance the prospects of a good outcome.
Our job satisfaction comes from success.
further information, visit: www.alternativevet.org.
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Before your Acupuncture Vet appointment:
It is very helpful if a full history, results of any tests or investigations, X-Ray images etc. and a letter
can be brought with you.
Alternatively, it is fine to receive these by fax or post, in advance or we can speak
on the telephone to request such material from your vet.
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- acupuncture for ponies - acupuncture for farm animals
Veterinary acupuncture is without side effects
is safe in all species
acupuncture is safe for all ages, including during pregnancy or suckling
requires no laboratory animal experimentation
Veterinary acupuncture, properly (holistically) applied, treats the patient,
not the symptom
The curative effect of veterinary acupuncture comes from the body's own responses,
not directly from the treatment
Veterinary acupuncture stimulates the body's own healing ability
operates at the bio-energetic level
Veterinary acupuncture can form part of an integrated pain control programme