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Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture has been in practice since 3500 B.C., when according to legend, an elephant for a stomach disorder. Acupuncture has most commonly been used for its treatment of functional and musculoskeletal problems. More recently, acupuncture has been incorporated as an acceptable and very effective medical therapy for a variety of problems including heart, lung, kidney, digestive, hormonal, reproductive allergic and mental conditions. Acupuncture diagnosis and treatment should not be viewed as a replacement for standard Western veterinary care, but can be used as an adjunct to the overall care of your pet.

Acupuncture Intake Form (PDF)