Acupuncture is the insertion of special needles into specific points of the body to achieve a healing response. It is useful for managing a wide variety of conditions, including:

Acupuncture is a very safe and effective form of treatment for many species, including dogs, cats and rabbits. When practised by veterinarians trained in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), adverse effects are extremely rare. By combining TCVM with Western Veterinary Medicine, the advantages of both paradigms can be integrated to achieve the best outcome for our patients.

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Nebulisation allows for the delivery of very fine particle saline mist to the small airways in the lungs. The saline mist is inhaled via a mask, which helps to moisten the airways and clear secretions, and medications can be added to the mist to be delivered to the airways for optimal effectiveness. Nebulisation is useful in the management of respiratory conditions such as cat flu, pneumonia (e.g. from severe kennel cough), bronchitis or asthma.


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