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Acupuncture

  1. Decreased inflammation
  2. Improved circulation
  3. Pain relief

Acupuncture for Dogs in Brisbane

At Yeronga Vet Surgery, we believe in cultivating a healing environment that benefits your dog and ensures they enjoy an improved lifestyle with our non-surgical and surgical treatments as well as our natural therapies. Our team of skilled experts are trained in the age-old practice of acupuncture, which enables us to restore the imbalance of the essential energies, inducing healing.

Acupuncture is healing practice that finds its roots in the ancient Chinese medicinal practice. Our experts carefully carry out the process of inserting needles at certain points known as the ‘acupuncture points’. This in-turn prompts energy rejuvenation process, allowing your dog to heal.

Some of our acupuncture services for dogs include:

  • Dog Acupuncture

    Dog Acupuncture

    Dog acupuncture is one of the most sought-after natural healing processes, offered by our team to encourage natural restoration of your dog’s vital energies.

  • Acupuncture for Allergies

    Acupuncture for Allergies

    For ages, acupuncture has been in use by healers and medical professionals as a treatment for allergies. This also includes hay fever or seasonal flu that your dog might suffer from.

  • Acupuncture for Anxiety

    Acupuncture for Anxiety

    Acupuncture has shown visible signs of relief for anxiety in dogs. As it revitalizes the innate energies, it release a feel-good hormone that curtails symptoms of stress, anxiety and tension.

  • For Kidney Disease

    For Kidney Disease

    Acupuncture is known for regulating sympathetic nerves, which allows for an improvement in dogs experiencing kidney diseases.

  • Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

    Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

    Acupuncture is known for revitalizing natural energies. This is why, it is quite beneficial for treating dogs with laryngeal paralysis as it restores the larynx nerves.

  • Dogs with IVDD

    Dogs with IVDD

    Intervertebral disc disease is a degenerative illness, which can affect your dog’s physical performance and ability to walk. However, as acupuncture is known for limiting inflammation, swelling and pain, it can actually help improve the condition of your pet.

  • For Dogs with Arthritis

    For Dogs with Arthritis

    Acupuncture is a medical practice that is known for reducing pain, swelling and inflammation. As such, this method is able to alleviate pain in dogs experiencing arthritis.

  • For Dogs with Cancer

    For Dogs with Cancer

    Acupuncture may not immediately remedy cancer. However, it can improve your pet’s immune system, reduce stress, relief pain and lower inflammation.

Acupuncture for Cats in Brisbane

Acupuncture has been well-known for inducing natural healing in cats. Being a naturally therapeutic treatment, acupuncture reforms the vital energies of our patients, helping them enjoy an improved lifestyle.

Our team has acquired the relevant expertise from authentic institutes, and adopts the precise methods of the ancient Chinese methods of acupuncture in order to bring healing and rejuvenation to your cat.

Some of our acupuncture services for cats include:

  • Accupunture For kidney Disease

    Acupuncture For kidney Disease

    Acupuncture has shown significant benefits in treating cats with chronic kidney disease. In fact, with regular therapies, this method has even shown signs of reversal in certain cases, which makes it an excellent natural treatment for cats with kidney diseases.

  • Acupressure for Cats

    Acupressure for Cats

    Acupressure is part of the ancient practice of acupuncture. The acupressure massage stimulates the vital energies, which encourages healing.

Benefits of Acupuncture for pets

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Non invasive

Our acupuncture therapy is absolutely non-invasive. We believe in keeping this procedure pain-free and non-abrasive.

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Affordable

We offer highly affordable acupuncture services for pets in Brisbane. Our goal is to extend medical care to all those in need at affordable prices.

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No Distress

Our acupuncture experts guarantee minimal distress to our patients during the procedure. Our staff is quite friendly and creates a comfortable environment for your pet.

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No Anesthesia

We do not provide anesthesia until and unless the situation is serious and requires it. This is to ensure quick recovery for your pet.

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