There are 5 branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine which help to maintain and restore an individual’s
harmony with nature. They include Acupuncture, Herbs, Tui na (specialized massage), Qigong
(energetics and exercise) and Chinese Dietary therapy.
The science of spinal manipulation therapy (chiropractic) involves the relationship between the spinal column and the nervous system and the crucial role this relationship has in the maintenance of overall health.
Oxygen is normally present in the air as a pair of oxygen atoms ( 02), because this is the most stable way for oxygen atoms to exist. Ozone gas is composed of three oxygen atoms (03), with the addition of the third oxygen atom this molecule is relatively unstable. This unstable quality of 03 gives it remarkable medical properties and can be considered "supercharged oxygen". Ozone is made by passing medical grade oxygen gas (02) through a specialized chamber that breaks up the 02 molecules into single oxygen molecules, which then quickly reassemble into 02 and 03.
Laser therapy uses light to favor and accelerate your pet’s natural healing processes. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it interacts with various molecules (chromophores) that cause different biological effects. It produces a photochemical, photothermal and photomechanical effect. Helpful for increasing circulation and reducing pain through anti-inflammatory action to speed natural healing of your dog or cat.\
Chronic diseases or terminal illnesses often require different treatment strategies. Appropriate guidance and support at these times can make a world of difference for our beloved pets and caretakers. Working together, we can identify your goals and help you understand your pet’s condition and what to expect. We can provide you with the help and support you need in order to support comfort and quality of life, for as long as possible, at home.
Rehabilitation therapy helps in treating animals with numerous conditions that causes pain or mobility issues. Just as in human medicine, physical rehabilitation can help get your pet back on their paws after a set back. Rehabilitation therapy may help speed up overall healing, improve normal joint range of motion and mobility, combat obesity, improve fitness, and promote a higher quality of life for our pets.