Pet Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient method of healing that’s been around for over 3,000 years. It’s not meant to replace conventional medicine but acts to complement it.

Pet Acupuncture in Atlanta, GA

Acupuncture has been successful in helping humans reduce their chronic health conditions. And now, veterinary medicine has expanded to include this form of natural treatment for animals.

Pet Acupuncture

At PetWell Veterinary Healthcare in Atlanta, our staff is ready to provide the care your pet needs.

What Kind of Pets Benefit from Acupuncture?
Acupuncture has been shown to help both cats and dogs suffering from arthritis, chronic back pain, conditions like kidney disease, orthopedic issues, arthritis, liver disease, general behavior problems, neurological disease, and stress. We also use this therapy to treat cats and dogs suffering from spinal injuries and other issues in the musculoskeletal system.

What’s an Acupuncture Session Like?
Acupuncture performed by Dr. Bockstedt consists of inserting extremely thin needles along the meridians of the pet’s body. The needles are thin, sterile, and used only once. The needles may be gently manipulated by hand or hooked up to minimal amounts of electricity if stimulation is needed.

Your first session lasts approximately 2 hours, and follow-up sessions last 1 hour. The number of sessions a pet needs depends on the condition being treated and the pet’s overall health. Most pets need at least 2-4 treatments depending on the chronicity of their condition. We will provide a thorough evaluation of your pet’s health before we begin the therapy to ensure acupuncture is right for him or her.

Visit Us for Acupuncture for Your Pet in Atlanta, GA
Acupuncture does not replace medication. We use this form of therapy in tandem with other veterinary services. Our team at PetWell Veterinary Healthcare provides a wide range of veterinary services at our state-of-the-art facility to help pets get back to living healthy and happy lives. To learn more about whether or not acupuncture is right for your pet, contact our team today. Regardless of whatever pain or illness your pet may be experiencing, our veterinarians will work with them every step of the way. Contact us at (404) 856-7500 to learn more about how we can help.