Animal Acupuncture2018-05-29T17:47:49+00:00

Animal Acupuncture

If your dog or cat has chronic pain and is unable to take common medications, acupuncture may be the key to relief. LakeCross Veterinary provides local animal acupuncture for dogs and cats in a calm, soothing environment. Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist Kay Wahl, DVM, CVA, completed her acupuncture training at the Chi Institute in Florida. This certification required three years of study and passing a board certification exam. We also have technicians who are specially trained to assist Dr. Wahl with providing acupuncture to pets of the Lake Norman region.

Animal Acupuncture Can Help With:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Skin Disease
  • Neurological Disease
  • Palliative Care
  • Post-Surgical Recovery
  • Pets Undergoing Chemotherapy

Patients can often experience a benefit to acupuncture in one or two treatments. We offer a designated acupuncture therapy room where animals can relax. Many pets even fall asleep during their therapy sessions!

To learn more, call us at 704-948-6300.

Watch our video to learn more about our animal acupuncture services.
local animal acupuncture therapy room
All acupuncture is performed in a dedicated therapy room to provide maximum comfort for every animal.

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