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HIGHLANDS VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Full Service Animal Hospital Serving Butte, Whitehall, Deer Lodge, Anaconda, Helena, Phillipsburg, Dillon MT 
ACUPUNCTURE FOR PETS
The origin of acupuncture dates back to ancient China.  For centuries the healing art of acupuncture has been practiced on animals. This form of alternative medicine is based on bio- energy.  Acupuncture can unblock healing energy in addition to boosting the immune system, which aids in self-healing.  Acupuncture stimulates your pet’s own immune system to release endorphins and hormones, while at the same time decreasing inflammation both internally and externally. 
The Chinese discovered that animals have similar acupuncture points called “meridians”, just as humans. These “meridians” are the physical point of energy flow. “Meridians” correspond to specific  internal organs, nervous system, and muscular & joint structures. 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.   In order for your veterinarian to diagnose your pet, it’s important for you to have a thorough understanding of the body’s meridians and the relationship of those meridians to your pet’s corresponding condition or illness.
HERE IS A LIST OF AREAS THAT RESPOND FAVORABLY TO VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE: MUSCULAR and/or SKELETAL These are the areas most commonly treated with veterinary acupuncture in western medical practice.   GYNECOLOGICAL All female reproductive conditions are acknowledged to respond to acupuncture treatment including anestrus, metritis, dystocia, retained placenta, agalactia, mastitis and mesalliance. MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Impotence, orchitis, epididymitis, and libido can be successfully treated. HORMONAL Almost all of your pet’s hormonal systems can be affected, including all of the pituitary functions, thyroid & parathyroid functions, including adrenal functions. It is also possible to normalize blood sugar levels. NEUROLOGICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL Anxiety, epilepsy and behavioral disorders, have all responded well to veterinary acupuncture treatments. DERMATOLOGICAL The skin can tell us if our pet is getting proper nutrition and how well they are disposing of waste through the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems. If an Acupuncturist can keep these organs and systems in good condition, this will be reflected in the skin.
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Veterinary Hospital Websites Ireland, Ltd   Mobile Friendly Vet Website Design  © 2019 All Rights Reserved   All Images & Content Subject to Copyright IE Reg. #542539
ACUPUNCTURE FOR PETS
The origin of acupuncture dates back to ancient China.  For centuries the healing art of acupuncture has been practiced on animals. This form of alternative medicine is based on bio-energy.  Acupuncture can unblock healing energy in addition to boosting the immune system, which aids in self-healing.  Acupuncture stimulates your pet’s own immune system to release endorphins and hormones, while at the same time decreasing inflammation both internally and externally. 
The Chinese discovered that animals have similar acupuncture points called “meridians”, just as humans. These “meridians” are the physical point of energy flow. “Meridians” correspond to specific  internal organs, nervous system, and muscular & joint structures. 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.   In order for your veterinarian to diagnose your pet, it’s important for you to have a thorough understanding of the body’s meridians and the relationship of those meridians to your pet’s corresponding condition or illness.
HERE IS A LIST OF AREAS THAT RESPOND FAVORABLY TO VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE: MUSCULAR and/or SKELETAL These are the areas most commonly treated with veterinary acupuncture in western medical practice.   GYNECOLOGICAL All female reproductive conditions are acknowledged to respond to acupuncture treatment including anestrus, metritis, dystocia, retained placenta, agalactia, mastitis and mesalliance. MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Impotence, orchitis, epididymitis, and libido can be successfully treated. HORMONAL Almost all of your pet’s hormonal systems can be affected, including all of the pituitary functions, thyroid & parathyroid functions, including adrenal functions. It is also possible to normalize blood sugar levels. NEUROLOGICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL Anxiety, epilepsy and behavioral disorders, have all responded well to veterinary acupuncture treatments. DERMATOLOGICAL The skin can tell us if our pet is getting proper nutrition and how well they are disposing of waste through the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems. If an Acupuncturist can keep these organs and systems in good condition, this will be reflected in the skin.