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As a complementary treatment, acupuncture, a part of traditional Chinese Medicine, bases its philosophy in the homeostasis of an organism through the interaction of internal organs.

Through the stimulation of a specific acupoint a series of chemical and physical reactions are triggered. They mainly involve the nervous, lymphatic and cardiovascular systems and result in local and systemic changes i.e. an increased blood flow, a release of endorphins and pain relief.

The use of acupuncture goes from adjunctive therapy in western medicine to the management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders that involve pain control and return to normal function.

Either used as dry needle, electroacupuncture or aquapuncture this medicine is used as a complement to our standard veterinary medicine protocols towards the health of our patients.

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