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The TCVM approach to treating geriatric patients

When treating geriatric patients, TCVM can help diagnose and alleviate pain, while also restoring the animal's quality of life. As a veterinarian, I find that...

Fear Free ™ approach to pain management in companion animals

The veterinarian developed Fear Free ™ approach for pain management is a way to improve outcomes and create a rewarding therapeutic experience. Fear, pain, anxiety...

Acupuncture and analgesia in veterinary medicine

An exploration of how acupuncture to achieve analgesia, an ancient modality, is used to treat a variety of pain levels in animal patients.  Acupuncture is...

4 integrative technological approaches to pain

From low-level light therapy to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, technological advances in pain management for animal patients are a boon to veterinary practice. Today’s veterinary...

Fascia and why it’s so important

Restoring the natural intrinsic qualities of a horse's fascia is the key to pain management, and to unlocking his performance potential. A spider web provides...

Alternative pain control for surgeries and injuries

From laser and ozone therapy to herbs, acupuncture and chiropractic, there are many ways to help patients with pain arising from surgery and injury.  No...

Promoting healing with prolotherapy

Prolotherapy treats pain by stimulating the body to repair damaged/loose ligaments, and is a medical technique with a long standing history. Prolotherapy is not a...

Acupuncture can manage pain in cancer patients

For both feline and canine cancer patients, acupuncture is a useful modality which can improve pain control and quality of life. Pain is one of...

Nutraceuticals and inflammation

Pain in the musculoskeletal from inflammation can be treated through nutraceutical support, which encourages a healthy anti-inflammatory response. Nutraceuticals may be used to help manage...