If you want a compassionate, whole-body approach to your pet’s medical care, you’ve come to the right place! Our team believes that traditional medicine and scientifically-founded alternative options complement each other to help us provide the best and most comprehensive treatment for your pet.
Finding the right treatment plan doesn’t mean choosing either alternative or traditional types of therapy. Using both, we can tailor a treatment plan that’s specific to your pet’s needs.
Alternative therapies for pets can provide the following benefits:
- Can work synergistically with traditional treatments to get even better results
- Gives us another avenue to use when other options have been exhausted
- Can improve quality of life for ill or aging pets
- Allows options when traditional treatments or surgeries are off the table
- Provides a viable option to therapies with undesirable side effects
- May be used to strengthen the immune system
- Can decrease stress in our patients during times of hospitalization or illness
Alternative Therapies We Offer
You may not be aware of the full range of holistic/alternative therapy options that we have to offer:
Acupuncture — Acupuncture is the strategic placement of needles to stimulate and affect the body to achieve specific results. Dr. Liba is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.
Therapeutic massage — Working the soft tissue structures of the body can help reduce pain and improve function in our pet patients.
Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine — TCVM is an ancient practice focused on utilizing Chinese herbs, food therapy, and energy balance to achieve desired results. Dr. Liba is Certified in Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Hydrotherapy — Water is a powerful tool. Our underwater treadmill can help heal wounds, relax the tissues, and help improve function.
Stem Cell Therapy – Your pet’s fat cells are used to repair bone, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons to treat arthritis, fractures, and other degenerative diseases.
PulseVet Shockwave Therapy – A series of focused, high-pressure sound waves applied to affected part of a pet’s body helps to relieve pain and stimulate healing.
Low Level Laser Therapy – Laser light therapy is used to manage pain, stimulate healing and reduce infection.
Rehabilitation therapy — Our expert pet rehabilitation therapists, such as Dr. Reynolds and Annette Engler, can help improve your pet’s care by utilizing physical therapy-based techniques and exercises.
Call us or talk to your veterinarian to learn more about how we can incorporate alternative therapies into your pet’s traditional care plan.