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Acupuncture at Chapel Farm

Acupuncture is complementary to conventional medicine, not an alternative. It is an element of an integrated approach to healthcare in which all aspects of the patient’s well-being, including diet, lifestyle, and emotional state, are considered.

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into key points of the body. The needles are single-use and sterile. The stimulation of the needles modifies pain perception and releases certain hormones. This can improve the animal’s sense of well-being, break the self-perpetuation of chronic postural problems, normalise body chemistry, support rehabilitation and improve disease resistance. Most dogs respond well to acupuncture.