Acupuncture Isn’t Just for Humans

 

Many of the physical therapy treatments that help heal people can work on pets too. At this animal rehabilitation center in California dogs, cats and even rabbits get special treatment. And that treatment isn’t always traditional. Sure there’s always the methods we are accustomed to like water therapy, weights, or even stimulation work.

However, acupuncture has gotten into the mix as a valid and even critical method of rehabilitation and health conservation for animals. It might be a little weird seeing those pins on your dog but any of us that have gotten acupuncture know that these little marks don’t hurt all that much.

Hopefully this becomes a more widely accepted form of treatment across the entire animal community.

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