Acupuncture: very thin needles are inserted into specific points on the body to stimulate specific actions. Most animals are very accepting of needle treatments.
Chinese Herbal Formulas: combinations of herbs address underlying issues to aid in restoring the body to health.
Food Therapy: according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, different foods possess different properties. Customized diets can work on a long term basis to balance the body and it’s constitution.
Spinal Manipulation (chiropractic care for animals): when the spine is in alignment, nerves can flow freely and enhance function of the tissues and organs associated with those nerves.
Canine Rehabilitation: helping your dog recover from injury and regain strength and mobility utilizing specific stretches, exercises and joint mobilization.
Laser Therapy: a non-invasive pain relief tool that can decrease inflammation and speed up healing.
NAET: a natural allergy reduction technique.
NET: a natural, neural emotional technique.
Tui Na: a form of body work that borrows elements from massage, chiropractic, and acupressure.
Homotoxicology: a modern form of homeopathy that helps to detoxify and reduce inflammation in the body.
Dr. Stacie is always learning. Check back often to see which new modalities are offered.