The practice of acupuncture dates back thousands of years to China. Acupuncture can help the pet’s own body to release endorphins and anti-inflammatory responses to ease pain and discomfort.
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine includes acupuncture. It often entails inserting extremely tiny, sterilized needles into particular body sites to provide a therapeutic impact. In addition to using acupuncture needles, alternative techniques like aquapuncture and electro-acupuncture may also be used. Acupuncture involves injecting fluid into the acupuncture site. The benefits of acupuncture include pain alleviation, the promotion of tissue repair, control of gastrointestinal motility, reduction of inflammation and fever, and immune system regulation.