Animal Acupuncture For Pets

B oone Veterinary Hospital
Elizabeth McClure DVM     Stephanie Henry, DVM     Gretta Albrecht, DVM 2128 Mamie Eisenhower Avenue   Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
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Boone Veterinary Hospital Serving Boone Iowa and Surrounding Communities | Elizabeth McClure DVM Owner | Underwater Treadmill Rehabilitation for Pets
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES For Clients until 10:30 pm  call 515-230-3796 After 10:30 pm call  Iowa State University  515-294-4900 or Iowa Veterinary Referral Center  515-727-4872
FAX 515-432-6922
HOURS OF OPERATION  Monday - Friday OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 8:00 am - 6:00 pm SUNDAY KENNEL PICK-UP 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Saturday Appointments 8:30 am to 12 Noon
In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the field of holistic medicine as a complement to traditional Western veterinary medicine. As people around the world are turning to more natural methods of improving their health, they look for similar modalities for the companion animals who share their lives. Today, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) is growing in practice in veterinary clinics around the world. ILLNESS PREVENTION Animal acupuncture not only focuses on pain mangement, but on health maintenance as well.  Non-invasive treatments such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutritional therapies, take into consideration all aspects of your pet’s health, recognizing that your pet has specific environmental, nutritional, and energy levels that can cause disruption in the balance of your pet’s metalbolism and general health.
The origin of acupuncture dates back to ancient China.  For centuries the healing art of acupuncture has been practiced on animals.  Acupuncture can unblock healing energy in addition to boosting the immune system, which aids in self-healing. The Chinese discovered that animals have similar acupuncture points called “meridians”, just as humans. When an animal is unhealthy, there is an imbalance or interference with their energy flow. The veterinary Acupuncturist manipulates your pet’s healing energy by stimulating specific acupuncture points, which alleviates the blockage or imbalance. Acupuncture stimulates your pet’s own immune system, while at the same time decreasing inflammation both internally and externally.  The use of acupuncture in conjunction with drugs and/or surgery can immeasurably improve your companion animal’s chances for a rapid and complete recovery. 
B oone Veterinary Hospital
Elizabeth McClure DVM   Stephanie Henry, DVM Gretta Albrecht, DVM      2128 Mamie Eisenhower Avenue   Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
  Veterinary Hospital Websites Ireland Ltd.   © 2017 All Rights Reserved   All Images Subject to Copyright  # 542539 Vet Web Designers Your Rx For Animal Hospital Website Design
Boone Iowa Veterinarians Boone Veterinary Hospital Serving Boone Iowa and Surrounding Communities | Elizabeth McClure DVM Owner
In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the field of holistic medicine as a complement to traditional Western veterinary medicine. As people around the world are turning to more natural methods of improving their health, they look for similar modalities for the companion animals who share their lives. Today, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) is growing in practice in veterinary clinics around the world. ILLNESS PREVENTION Animal acupuncture not only focuses on pain mangement, but on health maintenance as well.  Non- invasive treatments such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutritional therapies, take into consideration all aspects of your pet’s health, recognizing that your pet has specific environmental, nutritional, and energy levels that can cause disruption in the balance of your pet’s metalbolism and general health.
The origin of acupuncture dates back to ancient China.  For centuries the healing art of acupuncture has been practiced on animals.  Acupuncture can unblock healing energy in addition to boosting the immune system, which aids in self-healing. The Chinese discovered that animals have similar acupuncture points called “meridians”, just as humans. When an animal is unhealthy, there is an imbalance or interference with their energy flow. The veterinary Acupuncturist manipulates your pet’s healing energy by stimulating specific acupuncture points, which alleviates the blockage or imbalance. Acupuncture stimulates your pet’s own immune system, while at the same time decreasing inflammation both internally and externally.  The use of acupuncture in conjunction with drugs and/or surgery can immeasurably improve your companion animal’s chances for a rapid and complete recovery. 
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