Ying & Yang –
Therapies to help your pet.
While Western medicine is still the main stay of health care in the U.S., physicians and veterinarians recognize that Eastern medicine can also play an important role in improving healing and enhancing quality of life for many patients.
Acupuncture is most often used to promote healing and relieve pain associated with problems like arthritis and spinal disease but has many other applications as well.
Chinese Herbal Medicine has been used for thousands of years and is a safe option for your animal friends when prescribed by someone with advanced training in this field. It can be used for a wide variety of problems from ear infections to cancer. Extensive knowledge of what is safe & effective – and what isn’t – is the key.
Dr. Sonya Swinamer is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and has completed a certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine. These therapies can work well in conjunction with traditional medical care or if traditional therapy is not effective. Call CAH to schedule a consultation with Dr. Swinamer.
Dr. Earl Mummert, DVM
801 Poquonnock Rd.
Groton, Ct. 06340