Treating Back Pain Naturally

Traditional veterinary medicine does not have many answers for back pain other than rest and medications for relaxing the muscles and controlling the pain and inflammation. Integrative medicine, on the other hand, has many tools for successfully treating, and in many cases curing, sore backs.

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Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy and hyperbaric treatments are being proven effective for treating viruses, fungi and bacteria, and for general health improvement anytime there is inflammation and damaged tissue. Learn if it can help your pet!

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Relieve Pain & Stimulate Healing with Shock Wave Therapy

Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) could provide natural pain relief for your pet. Researchers believe that ESWT stimulates the body’s own resources to speed healing, including increased blood supply, bone growth, as well as other factors. The shock waves can also break up calcium deposits that are sometimes associated with tendonitis.

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The Kibble Situation

You’ve all heard me recommend that you reduce or eliminate the dry kibble—but is it really all that bad? Dogs and cats have been living on these diets for years. Learn why you need to make a change.

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Now Offering Electrodermal Screening

We are now offering Electrodermal Screening (EDS). The EDS device scans the body and identifies weakened or stressed energy patterns. Mention this blog post and get $20 off of your pet’s initial assessment!

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Pet Superfoods

Looking for a way to boost your pet’s nutrition? Just like their 2-legged caregivers, pets can benefit from the addition of whole, fresh foods into their diets. Dr. Stamm lists the superfoods that can really pack in a huge amount of health-boosting nutrients.

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Could Your Dog Have Low Thyroid?

Canine hypothyroidism is a very common condition that is often overlooked. The diagnosis and treatment of this condition is straightforward and can make a dramatic difference in your dog’s health and well-being.

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Ask The Vet – Pain Management & Joint Care

Joint and spinal pain issues are common dilemmas for many dogs and cats and for the pet parents caring for them. There are a variety of drug-free methods of managing these conditions including herbal medications, nutritional supplements, diets and therapies such as acupuncture, orthopedic manipulation and low-level laser therapy.

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