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Veterinary Acupuncture in Voorhees

At Voorhees Veterinary Center, we provide veterinary acupuncture treatment for cats and dogs to encourage pain relief and recovery following an injury or medical procedure.

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Treatment for Healing & Recovery Support

In traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture treatment is used as a way to encourage the healing process. This method has now been tailored to cats and dogs to renew the balance of energy throughout their body. 

This ancient form of medicine is based on the philosophy that illness is caused by an imbalance of vital energies in the body. Its application in modern medicine is that it increases blood flow, which boosts oxygenation in tissues.

At Voorhees Veterinary Center, we feel that we can obtain the best results by using acupuncture as a supplement to medical therapy. Combining acupuncture with other treatments can offer additional chances at restoring your pet's health and vitality. Acupuncture can be used to augment healing from injuries and surgery.

Veterinary Acupuncture, Voorhees Vet

The Acupuncture Technique

Acupuncture involves inserting tiny needles into an animal's body at precise points called meridians, where the blood vessels converge with the nerves. The needles help guide vital energy along these meridians, supporting the nervous system and promoting circulation while enhancing the body's healing abilities. 

Common Acupuncture Uses

Our vets may recommend the use of acupuncture or other types of therapeutic medicine for a number of issues, including:

The Benefits

Acupuncture for pets provides a number of benefits, including:

  • Promotes an increased blood flow, which boosts oxygen in tissues
  • Lacks systemic side effects
  • Lowers the amount of waste products produced
  • Helps relax muscles and relieve pain
  • Improves metabolic waste removal from the body

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Voorhees Veterinary Center is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of New Jersey's companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

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