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Acupuncture

Acupuncture on your pets can be performed at home (depends on location), or by Homevet  collecting your pet and transporting them to an associated Veterinary Hospital, where  a partner Veterinary Surgeon (who is Accredited in Veterinary Acupuncture) will perform the treatments .

Acupuncture is the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to help stimulate a healing response, and it’s sometimes indicated for various conditions such as functional problems involving paralysis, non-infectious inflammation, or pain.

Physiotherapy is now finding its place as a valuable addition to standard veterinary care, and at Homevet we understand the assistance of physiotherapy for musculoskeletal, neurological, and even age or diet related changes in pets. Physiotherapists or physiotherapy techniques can help in increasing activity in joints, muscles, and ligaments, to help relieve pain and restore normal function.  In our unrushed consultations at home, we can discuss how to incorporate physiotherapy into pet care.  We also can provide access to veterinary physiotherapy and pet hydrotherapy.