Dr. Bockstedt is an accredited Georgia veterinarian with extensive knowledge of conventional and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. We provide a safe environment for the healing of your cat or dog. Our veterinarians understand when to use a natural treatment approach or combine therapies for a superior outcome.
Herbal medicine is the practice of using products derived from plants for medicinal purposes. While this treatment approach has been around since prehistoric times, it’s only recently that veterinarians have started embracing this alternative medicine. This is partly due to the increasing number of pet owners’ first-hand experience with alternative medicine, prompting them to opt for a more holistic and non-invasive therapeutic approach for their pets.
Our AAHA accredited vets at PetWell Veterinary Healthcare provide exceptional pet herbal medicine for various pet health issues and other pet care services in Atlanta, GA, and the surrounding communities.
What Is Herbal Medicine?
Herbs are plants containing active therapeutic ingredients. The therapeutic elements are typically in specific parts of the plant. In some cases, the entire plant is the medicine. Herbal medicines can be consumed in various forms including, granules, teas, fresh herbs, tinctures, oils, or dried herbs. Herbs may be commercially available as capsules, liquid extract, tablets, cream, or lotion. Herbal therapy utilizes one or more herbs for healing purposes.
What Pet Conditions Can Herbal Medicine Treat?
Veterinarian use of herbal medicine mainly focuses on managing health disorders that have proven challenging to traditional veterinary treatment. Examples of such health issues include:
- Allergic skin disease
- Coughs and Diarrhea
- Chronic kidney failure
- Hormonal disorders
- Behavioral disorders
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Liver failure
- Wound treatment
- Chronic lameness
Contact Our Veterinarian at PetWell Veterinary Healthcare in Atlanta, GA for Exceptional Pet Herbal Medicine Advice
Never self-medicate your pets with herbs, whatever the ailment. Always consult an herbal medicine professional before administering any medication. Check with our vet for guidance and to develop the proper care for your animal friend.
Contact us today at (404) 856-7500 for more information or to schedule an appointment.