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How can Acupuncture help?
Member since
Aug 2010

Rae Hennessy

Contact Name Rae Hennessy
Phone 02 4681 0289
Mobile 0418 235 100
Servicing Areas Buxton, New South Wales

Acupuncture helps soreness and stiffness and can assist your petís mobility.

Animal Acupuncture - How can Acupuncture help?

What can be treated?

Acupuncture can be used for a vast array of conditions. It is especially effective in providing pain relief following trauma as well as for the treatment of chronic pain and it has even been used as an anaesthetic.

Acupuncture has been variously reported to assist with:
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Dermatological problems
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Gynaecological disorders
  • Immune-mediated disorders
  • Reproductive disorders
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Neurological disorders
  • Thoracic, lumbar and cervical disc disease
  • Enhancing antibiotic treatment
Anecdotal evidence suggests acupuncture has even had success for dogs who have suffered almost total paralysis.

Rae has commonly treated:

  • Lameness and soreness
  • Eye disorders
  • Ear infections
  • Incontinence
  • Lock jaw
  • Hearing problems
  • Spinal trauma
  • Inflammation
  • Depression and behavioural problems
Rae has also found a place for acupuncture in cases where analgesics and anti-inflammatory medications are either ineffective or the patient is having side effects or where surgery is not desired or recommended.

The best approach for your pet

In deciding the best treatment approach for an animal, Rae may work with veterinarians as it is important to her to take the most comprehensive integrative approach and develop a therapeutic plan suitable for that particular animal. In many cases Rae will incorporate other Chinese therapies, along with acupuncture, into her treatment plan.

To find out even more about the benefits of acupuncture for your pet, call Rae directly, or 'Make an Enquiry' below.

Rae Hennessy