Happy Paws Veterinary Services

The benefits of veterinary medical acupuncture extend beyond pain management. Learn more by reading below.

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Understanding Veterinary
Medical Acupuncture

New patient  $300  60-90 minutes
Current patient  $125–$150  45-60 minutes

At Happy Paws Veterinary Services in Colorado Springs, CO, Dr. Scott understands the profound impact that veterinary medical acupuncture can have on the well-being of our beloved animal companions. Veterinary medical acupuncture is a whole-body approach to healing, focusing on stimulating the body’s natural ability to heal itself through neuromodulation—the regulation and normalization of the nervous system.

The Healing Effects of Veterinary Medical Acupuncture

Veterinary medical acupuncture offers a gentle yet powerful method of managing pain and promoting animal healing. Dr. Scott can effectively alleviate pain, improve physical function, reduce inflammation, and enhance the body’s natural healing processes by targeting specific acupuncture points. This natural approach can complement traditional veterinary treatments, offering a comprehensive approach to your animal’s health and wellbeing.

Benefits of Veterinary Medical Acupuncture

The benefits of veterinary medical acupuncture extend beyond pain management. By promoting neuromodulation, acupuncture can benefit nerves, muscles, bones, organs, and the immune system, leading to overall improved health and vitality for your critter. Whether your furry friend is suffering from chronic pain, recovering from surgery, or dealing with a health condition, veterinary medical acupuncture can provide relief and support.

When to Consider Veterinary Medical Acupuncture for Your Pet

Veterinary medical acupuncture can be beneficial in a variety of situations. If your companion is experiencing chronic pain, arthritis, mobility issues, or musculoskeletal disorders, acupuncture may offer relief and improve their quality of life. Additionally, acupuncture can aid in post-operative recovery, helping to reduce pain and promote faster healing. It can also be beneficial for animals dealing with conditions such as neurological disorders, digestive issues, or respiratory problems.