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The scientific and evidence-based foundation of medical acupuncture is continuously being built upon and strengthened by research into the practice. Medical acupuncture treats many conditions and their well-known effects on acute and chronic pain.
For thousands of years, veterinarians in China have utilized acupuncture to treat illnesses and as a preventative measure. To elicit a healing response entails inserting specialized acupuncture needles into predetermined body sites. Numerous problems in all animal species are treated with acupuncture either on its own or in conjunction with conventional western medicine.
When stimulated, each acupuncture point has a unique effect. By causing physiological changes, it aids the body in healing in terms of western medicine. It causes the production of endorphins, which regulate the body’s pain processes, and cortisol, a natural steroid produced by the body. It activates nerves, boosts blood circulation, relieves muscle spasms, and stimulates nerves.
When administered by a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, veterinary acupuncture treatment has been shown to have favorable outcomes. Acupuncture therapy is becoming more and more acceptable and well-liked. Even though it won’t treat every ailment, it can be effective when used as directed.