Complementary Medicine

At the Animal Medical Center we believe in a multi-modal approach to optimize performance and manage pain in our equine, canine and feline patients. Osteoarthritis is a common painful condition affecting may of our patients but advances in medicine have given us many different treatment options including acupuncture, chiropractic, laser therapy and regenerative medicine . Whether your horse or dog is a top competitor or a weekend warrior we can help him feel and perform his best.

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    Laser Therapy

    At the Animal Medical Center we use the class 4 K Laser. Lasers are classified according to their output power. A Class 4 laser has more than 500 milliwatts of…

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    Shockwave Therapy

    Shockwave therapy is offered by The Animal Medical Center in collaboration with Equine Sport Solutions, our equine sports medicine service. Although most commonly used in our equine patients, we are…

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    Shockwave Therapy

    Shockwave therapy is offered by The Animal Medical Center in collaboration with Equine Sport Solutions, our equine sports medicine service. Although most commonly used in our equine patients, we are…

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    Regenerative Medicine

    Whenever there has been significant damage to a tissue due to trauma, a regenerative approach may help restore what the body has lost. Regenerative medicine helps re-establish normal site specific…

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    Laser Therapy

    At the Animal Medical Center we use the class 4 K Laser. Lasers are classified according to their output power. A Class 4 laser has more than 500 milliwatts of…

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    Acupuncture

    What is acupuncture? The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) defines veterinary acupuncture as the examination and stimulation of specific points on the body of animals by the use of needles…