What is Alternative Medicine?
Alternative medicine refers to a range of medical therapies including acupuncture, laser therapy, Tui Na, herbalism, supplementation, natural oils, and others.
What kind of animals can receive alternative medicine?
All species can benefit from some type of alternative medicine.
What is herbal medicine?
Herbal medicine, also known as botanical medicine, is a medicine based on the use of different medical herbs, plants and plant extracts.
Herbal medicine can come in multiple different forms, for example; oils, capsules or tablets.
What animals can benefit from herbal and essential oils?
Similar to any kind of medicine, different animals will benefit from different supplements. To find the perfect combination for your pet give us a call at (586) 725-7900 and we can schedule a consultation!
What is Standard Process? (That sounds like a paperwork trail)
“Quality from Seed to Supplement® Since 1929, Standard Process has been dedicated to the field of nutritional supplements and the whole food philosophy introduced by Dr. Royal Lee. Discover just how resilient your body (or your pet’s) can be when given the proper nutrition.”-(Source: Standard Process, https://www.standardprocess.com/)
Standard Process is a US company that provides herbals and nutraceuticals. These herbals and nutraceuticals support various body systems for your pet ranging from overall wellness to individual and specialized support.
A nutraceutical is a supplement that can be plant and-or animal based which are used to help boost overall wellness, support healing, and maintain body homeostasis. For example, Standard Process has supplements that add to your pet’s daily diet, this will help supply nutrients and vitamins their food may be lacking or missing.
Alright, I’m hooked, who should I book my appointment with?
Call us today at (586) 725-7900 and set up an appointment with a member of our veterinary team that provides holistic support. Dr. Moin has a focus in nutrition counseling, herbal medicine, essential oils, cold laser, all wrapped up in an eastern medicine meets western medicine approach to wellness.