Using Acupuncture to Help Pets with Pain
We've recently discussed Reiki for dogs and hydrotherapy for dogs as excellent alternative remedies for dog joint pain. Now comes a story about a New York veterinarian offering acupuncture for dogs. Mrs. Bousquet said acupuncture helped relieve her own sciatic soreness and now she's using it in her veterinarian practice to help animals with dog joint pain.
- Michelle Bousquet tells a story in the Press Republican in regards to a customer who's dog couldn't jump in and out of the car.
- Because the dog is older the dog owner was very hesitant to administer pain treatment because of fear it would damage the dog's liver.
- Acupuncture sessions have markedly improved the dog's overall flexibility.
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There are so many owners who are extremely wary about giving recommended pain medications because of liver damage along with other unwanted side effects. What's more, surgical procedures can be extremely costly for owners, even with dog insurance that can often be confusing about certain protection and benefits. FlexPet with CM8 develops back the lost cartilage to be able to help increase overall dog joint mobility so dogs can run around, jump into and out of cars and get plenty of exercise. This process helps drastically reduce dog joint pain.
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In a recent article, Acupuncturist Gordon Cohen shared his experience with pet acupuncture, detailing the success he had with several patients. He noted the results "remarkable" and explained the immediate results. "Upon my treatment of needles, the dog which has already been lying partially on his side jumped to his feet and scampered about, rushing to the owner's toes excitedly. The dog needed no additional encouragement and ran to the stairways right after my amazed good friend who had reported that stair climbing had become hard for the dog. Later, she reported which throughout their afternoon walk the dog has been able to lift his leg."
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Realizing it really is still a relatively new program, Michelle Bousquet offers acupuncture for dogs from about $40 for sessions that last between 45 - 60 minutes.
But relieving pressure points through acupuncture for dogs is just one part of the equation. "Part of the reason why so many people see great results with FlexPet is because it's important to also build back the lost or broken cartilage between the joints," said Janice Grabowski of Evansville, Ind.
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Chrisanne is a Marketing Director at Flexcin International, Inc. Flexcin & FlexPet are usually all-natural Joint Supplements. The primary component of Flexcin & FlexPet is CM8, which relieves joint discomfort at its source, reduces inflammation and irritation of the joints and tissues. It has been helpful for many people with arthritis, gout, bursitis, sports injuries and fibromyalgia.
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