Acupuncture

Acupuncture can relieve muscle spasms, increase blood circulation, stimulate nerves, and help release natural pain control hormones and other helpful chemicals produced naturally by the body. Although acupuncture traditionally uses needles, sometimes, electricity, heat, massage, or lasers are also used to stimulate acupuncture points.

Chiropractic

Chiropractic medicine is most commonly recommended for musculoskeletal problems, but can also treat a wide variety of illnesses including: Joint maintanence, Epilepsy, Chronic Ear issues, Jaw & TMJ Pain. Our Chiropractor is certified by the AVCA and has extensive training in animal chiropractic care. They provide relief from pain by applying gentle manipulations to the body to repair subluxations and misalignments of the spine.

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to stimulate the body's natural ability to heal.  The effects of laser energy include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. 

Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is also known as nonsurgical ligament reconstruction, and is a treatment for chronic pain. Prolotherapy uses a dextrose (sugar water) solution, which is injected into the ligament or tendon where it attaches to the bone. This causes a localized inflammation in these weak areas which then increases the blood supply and flow of nutrients and stimulates the tissue to repair itself.

Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy is the process of administering ozone gas into the body to treat a disease or wound. Ozone can be administered intravenously, subcutaneously, or rectally. Ozone therapy has proven effective in treating viruses, decreasing inflammation, and activating the immune system. 

Dental Wellness

Dental health is an important part of your pet's overall health. We offer anesthetic-free dentals to routinely help keep your fur baby's mouth clean and healthy. For those that need more work done such as extractions, we also offer anesthetic dentals. 

Herbal Therapy

Plants provide a wide variety of remedies for a range of ailments. Chinese herbal formulas are often prescribed in conjunction with specific acupuncture therapies to work synergistically to heal your pet. Herbal remedies may be appropriate if your pet has digestive problems, kidney or chronic bladder infections and incontinence, parasites, skin problems, or injuries to bone or tissue.

Homeopathy

Every being has a unique “vital force” which the correct homeopathic remedy stimulates to eliminate disease. For this reason, two animals with the same diagnosis are usually cured by very different homeopathic remedies, Homeopathy is a great choice for sensitive animals will not tolerate acupuncture. We will work together to understand your pet’s unique constitution and find the homeopathic remedy that brings them into balance.

Natural Herbs

Vitamin C Therapy

When given intravenously Vitamin C mixed with other nutrients such as magnesium sulfate, calcium gluconate and B vitamins, can help treat cancer and many other conditions. 

Supplements & Vitamins

Nutraceuticals are nutritional supplements derived from plants or animals. They can be used to help pets with a wide variety of illness and diseases, such as joint, respiratory or digestive problems, for instance, or to promote the well-being of healthy pets.

End of Life Care

Creature Comfort is devoted to ensuring you receive compassionate end of life care for your beloved companion. When the time comes, we gently ease their transition without pain nor anxiety. We strive to provide your whole family with as much comfort and dignity as possible. 

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is the application of intense cold which results in the death of the targeted tissue and the numbing of surrounding sensory nerves. 

Assisi Electromagnetic Therapy

The Assisi Loop is a non-invasive portable device that uses pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy to treat chronic and acute inflammatory conditions of the body. 

Nutrition

Poor diet is often the cause of chronic health  problems. Most pets benefit from nutritional diversity, and a switch to a more natural diet that includes fresh, whole foods and eliminates by-products and preservatives. Pets who eat a fresh, raw diet often have more energy, healthy skin, and a resistance to more diseases and parasites. With help from our doctors you can easily prepare food at home (or find healthy pre-packaged foods) that will help to ensure your companion gets the best nutrition possible their specific needs.

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