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Class 3B versus class 4 laser systems — what’s best for...

Therapeutic laser systems are an excellent tool for any veterinary clinic, for treating various pain conditions, reducing inflammation, and for deep tissue healing. However,...

Photobiomodulation (PBM) – laser therapy and veterinary first aid

Why laser therapy, or photobiomodulation (PBM) needs to be an essential part of your veterinary treatment plans. Light as a restorative and protective therapy for...

Treating lyme disease in the horse

While treating Lyme disease in horses is complex, a wide variety of alternative therapies can be helpful for different stages and manifestations of the...

A new business model for integrative veterinary practice – focusing on...

This new model of integrative veterinary practice combines treating patients with providing a wealth of education to clients. Many integrative and holistic veterinary practitioners share...

Shockwave therapy

This non-invasive modality can successfully treat a range of orthopedic and soft tissue problems in animals. Though most commonly used for horses, shockwave therapy...

TCVM treatment of uncontrolled glaucoma in a cat

Glaucoma is uncommon in cats and often difficult to treat. Unlike dogs, cats do not tolerate anti-glaucoma medical treatments well, especially when they are...

Using NAET to treat animal allergies

Nambudiprad’s Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) combines aspects of various modalities, including acupuncture and kinesiology, to identify allergens and resolve allergies in pets. I was introduced...

Noni fruit – food for health

Noni has great potential for the treatment and possible prevention of many degenerative diseases in pets. For centuries, the Noni fruit has been used across...

Promoting healing with prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is a longstanding medical technique that treats pain by stimulating the body to repair damaged and loose ligaments. Prolotherapy is not a new method...

Tips for expanding your veterinary services

How to get clients, colleagues and staff on board when introducing integrative treatment options to your practice. Interest in integrative medicine is rising every year...