In homeopathy, we often use infinitesimal doses to
stimulate healing processes within the body. Homeopathy works quite without risk of toxicity or side-effects. The
homeopathic vet is able to treat pregnant mothers, newborns, young animals and exotic species, all without risk of side
effects. Homeopathy is able to achieve results in many serious chronic diseases which have proven refractory to modern conventional
methodology. Homeopathy is not exclusively confined to the use of extreme dilutions but that is usual practice.
phenomenon that we exploit is linked to bio-energetics. Attempts to explain the efficacy by pharmacological and biochemical
principles will always fail. Common conditions treated in homeopathic veterinary practice are: allergy, atopy, chronic diarrhoea,
asthma, COPD, CDRM, arthritis, spondylosis, head shaking (head-shaking, headshaking), cancer, auto-immune (autoimmune) disorders,
viral and bacterial infectious diseases, periodic ophthalmia (recurrent uveitis, moonblindness, moon blindness), urticaria,
colitis, irritable bowel disease, behavioural problems, vestibular syndrome, laminitis, sweet itch (sweetitch), mud fever,
pyoderma, eczema and many others.
In the UK, only a vet may prescribe homeopathy for your animal.
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A part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture is usually understood to mean the stimulation of points on the
body (acupuncture points) with needles. Points can also, however, be stimulated by LASER, heat (moxibustion), electic
charge (electro-acupuncture), finger or other pressure (acupressure) or heat (moxibustion). It is surprisingly well-accepted
or even enjoyed by our animal patients, with animals frequently entering a state of deep relaxation. Acupuncture is particularly useful
for its pain-control capability but it is used for more general illness, too. Common conditions treated are: disc disease,
paralysis, back pain, CDRM, head shaking (head-shaking, headshaking), hip dysplasia, arthritis, cruciate ligament injury,
periodic ophthalmia (recurrent ophthalmia, recurrent uveitis, moonblindness), prostate hypertrophy etc.
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In the UK, only a vet may perform acupuncture on
your animal. Even when a vet employs or 'oversees a non-veterinary acupuncturist, that is illegal.
The use of plants as medicine is as old as mankind himself. Man and
animals are capable of instinctive self-medication (zoopharmacognosy). The medical use of plants, whether as part of TCM,
part of Ayurvedic Medicine or part of Western traditional medicine is the fore-runner of conventional drug medicine but
uses the natural plant, in a holistic manner. As a result, the spectre of side-effects, so much a feature of modern patented
drugs, is very rare. Common conditions for which we may prescribe herbs are: allergy, COPD, asthma, bronchitis, skin problems,
arthritis, digestive problems, behavioural issues, anxiety, nervousness, urinary problems (kidney, bladder) etc.
HERB VET - HERBAL VET
In the UK, only a vet may prescribe herbs for your animal. Because much money is to be made, there
are many herbal products out there, made available with variable respect for the law.
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The use of essential
oils provides a very powerful and rapidly-acting way of delivering a type of herbal medicine. The so-called essential oils
are the many and various volatile componds of plants, obtained by distillation. Since the medicines are very powerful and
not without side-effect, they must be used with great care.
In the UK, only a vet may prescribe aromatherapy for your animal. There are many illegal practitioners
who offer their services for animals and claim an 'animal qulaification'. They also claim not to diagnose and not
to prescribe. However, the fact remains, if they are not vets, they are not legal.
Flowers and other Flower Essences
This is a form of energy medicine, using the emotional, psychological
and mental state as a prescribing pivot. Despite this, these medicines can treat physical disease.
In the UK, only a vet may prescribe flower essences for your animal.
Using a very rapid and gentle technique for triggering
realignment of the vertebral column and other skeletal components, chiropractic work can provide a very important support
for other medicine. The internal organs are innervated from the segmental nerves, just as are the muscles and skin. Body function
and balance, not just musculo-skeltally, can therefore be aided significantly by integrated chiropractic work. Acupuncture
will depend upon it, for proper success, in many cases. Many animals suffer back pain and spinal misalignment, requiring chiropractic
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At the AVMC, we advise on the provision of a natural, fresh and species-suitable diet for each and every
patient. We consider this as an essential platform, upon which we can start to rebuild the health of our patients. Processed
food is a health oxymoron.
We advocate the purchase of organic ingredients, at all times. However, certain
foods MUST be organic for good health (see 'Feed Your Dog the Natural Way' by Christopher Day, which can
be ordered from our office.