Laura J Scott

DVM cVMA

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Comfort and Health

A complete physical assessment, diagnostics, diagnosis, and appropriate adjunctive treatment should always precede veterinary medical acupuncture.

Veterinary Medical AcupunctureVMA–treats and helps heal the body naturally through neuromodulation.

Neuromodulation is the stimulation and normalization of the nervous system, which in turn benefits nerves, muscles, bones, organs, and the immune system. Neuromodulation through acupuncture helps animals feel better through reduced pain, improved function of the body, decreased inflammation and improved healing.

Acupuncture helps balance the systems of the body.

Safety is one of the most beneficial aspects of VMA when it is performed by a competent, professionally trained, veterinary medical acupuncturist. Side effects are rare, and acupuncture is performed using very thin, sterile, stainless steel needles.

Comfort and Relief through a low stress experience is a primary focus throughout each session. Animals demonstrate little to no discomfort with placement of needles. And within minutes of placing the first needle, many animals become relaxed and even fall asleep. We often see results as we finish the first treatment, and healing and relief increase over several days and and build with each treatment. 

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Veterinary medical acupuncture is a safe, natural, effective, healing medical treatment for your companion for many conditions including:

                 Musculoskeletal

                 Neurological

                     IVDD (disc disease)

                     Palsy 

                 Pain Relief

                     Injury

                     Arthritis

                     Illness

                 Gastrointestinal

                    Nausea

                    Diarrhea

                    Constipation

                 Liver and Kidney disease

                 Skin

                     Wound healing

                     Chronic sores

                 Asthma

                 Inflammation

                 Poor appetite

                 Anxiety

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