Features November 2013 Issue

Using Veterinary Acupuncture as a Complementary Healing Method

Madeline Yamate, DVM, uses traditional “dry needle” acupuncture, electroacupuncture, aquapuncture, and other Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) modalities in her practice, the Center for Integrative Animal Medicine, in Davis, California.

Using Veterinary Acupuncture as a Complementary Healing Method

Once considered “alternative” medicine, veterinary acupuncture reveals its strengths as a “complementary” healing modality.

Cornelia Guest has always had a passion for both animals and natural healthcare. She chooses natural healing modalities over Western pharmaceutical intervention whenever possible – for herself and her dogs.

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