Every animal is unique. Holistic or Integrative Medicine is a comprehensive approach that looks at the whole animal not just the current “disease” or symptom. It combines appropriate treatments and diagnostics from both alternative and conventional medicine to develop a treatment plan for the individual animal.
Individual recommendations are made for each animal and may include a variety of diagnostics and therapies such as nutrition, supplements, herbal medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture and chiropractic.
All clients should maintain an active relationship with their primary veterinarian because the practice does not offer an in-clinic service. Animals requiring surgery, anesthesia, ultrasound, x-rays, electrocardiograms, and other diagnostics or in-hospital procedures are referred back to their conventional veterinarian.
I am pleased to consult with your primary veterinarian to discuss recommendations for diagnostics and treatments and to work together for optimal pet care.
Planning for Wellness
Wellness is a state of abundant health and vitality, not just an absence of disease.
We plan for many things in our lives today and good health should be one of them. Unfortunately, for the majority of us including our animal family members, this is no longer something that we can just take for granted.
Prevention is the key. As the keepers of our pets’ health, the informed choices and investments we make today will pay off tomorrow in helping them live a long, healthy and happy life.