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What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture may be defined as the stimulation of a specific point on the body with a specific method, resulting in a therapeutic homeostatic effect. Modern research shows that these points are located in areas of high-density free nerve endings, mast cells, small arterioles and lymphatic vessels. Most of the points are motor points. Acupuncture works primarily through the central nervous system affecting the musculoskeletal, hormonal and cardiovascular systems. It increases circulation, relieves muscle spasms, stimulates nerves and stimulates the body's defensive systems.
What conditions does it treat?
Acupuncture is known to affect all major physiologic systems and is a safe way to treat:
Other chronic conditions, including asthma, cough, uveitis, behavioral problems, Cushing’s disease, thyroid problems, infertility, renal failure, geriatric weakness, dermatologic problems, and immune mediated problems.
For more information visit the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
963 W. Route 66 Suite 230 Flagstaff Arizona 86001
ph:(928) 779.0148 fax: (928) 779.0149
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