Conditions Pet Acupuncture Treats

September 8, 2020
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According to the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, the ancient practitioners of acupuncture first focused on treating weak livestock such as horses. Once animals were taken in for human companionship, humans accepted acupuncture treatments. Experts say that it was only natural for acupuncturists to extend their practice on pets who don’t feel well. If you are thinking about calling a pet acupuncturist, here’s what you should know about the conditions pet acupuncture treats.

 

Anxiety

 

If your pets struggle to calm down and you don’t want to give them prescribed anti-anxiety drugs, perhaps a pet acupuncture session can help. Clinical studies show that animals become sleepy after an acupuncture treatment. If you know that your pet is going to have an anxiety attack once the fireworks start or a new pet sitter arrives, call your pet acupuncturist.

 

Musculoskeletal Issues

 

Many pets suffer from health conditions that affect nerves, joints, muscles, and bones. Studies reveal that if your pet was injured, acupuncture can help in your pet’s rehabilitation and recovery. Through acupuncture, affected areas in your pet’s body can receive more blood flow. Because of this, muscles and tendons can heal and strengthen more quickly.

 

Pain Treatment

 

Managing pain is one of the goals of veterinary acupuncture. Your pet may be experiencing pain from an injury, a chemotherapy treatment, or a medical condition. Although your cat or dog cannot speak, signs such as a change in behavior, aggression, or limping can tell you that your pet is in pain. Your veterinarian may prescribe pain relievers for your pet, but these medications usually have side effects such as diarrhea and vomiting. If you don’t want to resort to that kind of pain solution for your pet, you can opt for pet acupuncture. Through this treatment, your pet can get relief from pain without any of the adverse effects.

 

Gastrointestinal Problems

 

When your pet experiences incessant diarrhea and vomiting, you should bring your pet to the vet immediately. As you wait for the results of the diagnostic tests, you can bring your pet to a pet acupuncturist. Acupuncture treatment can stimulate the production of digestive secretions to bring your pet’s digestion back to normal. The increase in blood flow in your pet’s abdomen can help relieve pain in your pet’s gastrointestinal tract.

 

Dermatological Issues

 

Hot spots, granulomas, and dermatitis are a few of the skin diseases that occur on pets. Through acupuncture, blood flows more in the area of the skin to which the needles attach. Healing takes place after. Then, your pet’s scratching and hair loss stop.

 

Respiratory Disorders

 

Pets can also have respiratory problems such as allergies and asthma. Sessions with a licensed pet acupuncturist can relieve the worrisome symptoms. This happens because acupuncture stimulates the body’s anti-inflammatory response.


 

If you want a natural, safe, and drug-free solution to your pet’s health issues, consider setting up a pet acupuncture session. Here at The Vet in Springboro, we provide a quiet and relaxing environment for pets during all our acupuncture sessions. You can visit our clinic in Springboro, Ohio, for a walk-in consultation. Please call us at 937-556-4414 if you want to schedule an appointment or make more inquiries about our pet acupuncture packages.

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