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As holistic vets, we use acupuncture, herbs, homeopathy, chiropractic and other therapies:

At the AVMC, we use many different forms of natural vet medicine (holistic medicine), depending upon the needs and susceptibilities of the individual patient. These may be combined in an integrated holistic treatment programme. We offer consultations at our premises or we can make house calls (home visits). We usually see horses and other large animals at their homes.

We also offer a Video Consultation Service. This is for the benefit of those who are unable to travel to us for any reason or who are inaccessible to our visiting service. This is in support of local veterinary input and is truly international, allowing holistic consultations for animals anywhere in the world.

There follows a brief overview of some of the therapies we use. More in-depth information is available at: http://www.alternativevet.org/therapies.htm.

The Therapies:

Homeopathy (Homoeopathy) ** Acupuncture ** Herbal Medicine (Herbalism/Phytotherapy) ** Chiropractic Manipulation ** Nutritional Therapy ** Aromatherapy (Essential Oils) ** Flower Essences (incl. Bach Flowers) ** Schuessler Tissue Salts (Biochemic Tissue Salts) ** Crystal Therapy ** LASER Therapy ** Ultrasound Therapy ** Magnet Therapy ** Preventive Therapy

Homeopathy (Homoeopathy)

Essentially, Homeopathy is a system of medicine that provides a stimulus to the body to heal itself, exploiting the natural 'law of similars'. This principle had been known in early civilisations but was formally developed and refined by Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843).

This German doctor from Saxony also developed the technique of refining and empowering (potentising) his medicines by a process of serial dilution and succussion. It is this process that has made homeopathy so hard to accept for conventionally-minded physicians (and veterinarians) ever since its inception. However, contrary to what is often said about homeopathy, there is evidence in the scientific literature for its efficacy and this evidence base is being expanded. Since homeopathy is working at the bio-energetic level, it is not comparable to drug medicine and cannot be understood in the same way.

Even in Hahnemann's time, there was homeopathic treatment of animals.

Because of the dilution process, the medicines are entirely safe and free from the dangers of side-effects. Furthermore, veterinary homeopathic medicine can offer real hope of cure in the case of chronic disease - a hope that is beyond the ability of conventional drug medicine.

Common conditions treated by vet homeopathy are: allergy, atopy, eczema, pyoderma, dermatitis, pruritus and other skin diseases, autoimmune diseases (autoimmunity), epilepsy, fits and convulsions, recurrent uveitis (recurrent ophthalmia / periodic ophthalmia / ERU / moonblindness), arthritis and lameness, digestive disorders, hormonal disorders, behavioural disorders, eye ulcers (corneal ulcers), splinters, thorns and grass seed foreign bodies, non-healing wounds, non-healing fractures, cancer, DJD, OCD, cartilage erosion, gastric ulcer, navicular syndrome, laminitis, asthma, COPD, pemphigus, foul in the foot, ringworm, new forest eye, big bale eye, silage eye, MMA, abscess, snake bite, injury, haemorrhage, anaemia, leukaemia, leucosis, vomiting, diarrhoea (diarrhea), pancreatitis, cystitis, CDRM, chronic renal failure (CRF), chronic heart failure (CHF), valvular disease, corneal lipidosis, warts, sarcoids (sarcoidosis), alopecia, false pregnancy, pyometra, head shaking (headshaking / headshaker), PBFD, Chlamydia, Giardia, Cryptosporidia, Salmonella, Shigella, Klebsiella, Pasteurella (Pasteurellosis), urticaria, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cruciate injury, IBS/IBD, anal gland, granuloma, proud flesh, sinusitis, spavin, shaker, chorea, mud fever, sweetitch (sweet itch), ringbone, sidebone, pedal ostitis (pedalostitis), Cushings disease, wobbler, cough, kennel cough, gastroenteritis (gastro-enteritis), lick granuloma, fibrosarcoma, carcinoma, histiocytoma, mast cell tumour, mammary carcinoma, ulcer, rodent ulcer, fear, panic, noise fear, aggression, bee stings, keratitis sicca (dry eye).

Christopher Day has been using homeopathy on his patients for more than 40 years.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets [incl. behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if using homeopathy on someone else's animal (even if under veterinary supervision).

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/homeopathy.htm

or at: www.veterinary-homeopathy.co.uk.

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Acupuncture - Acupuncture vet

Several thousand years old, Acupuncture developed as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). We use needles, LASER, Moxibustion, finger pressure, electric potential to stimulate certain points along the 'meridians' (the energy flow channels of the body) to release blockages and imbalances, thereby allowing the body to heal.

Far from experiencing pain with needles, most dogs, cats, horses and other animals appear positively to enjoy their treatments, relaxing heavily during and after the process (horse acupuncture, dog acupuncture and cat acupuncture - known among the 'technorati' as equine acupuncture, canine acupuncture and feline acupuncture).

We believe that the needling technique should always be used alongside proper nutritional input, chiropractic manipulation, internal medication and holistic lifestyle assessment, for best effects. This is how it was used and developed in Ancient China, as a truly holistic form of medicine. Simply using needles will have short-lived, temporary effects, mostly of a pain control benefit. Acupuncture can be used for much deeper and long-lasting effects, if employed in a full holistic manner.

Image: Veterinary Acupuncture - horse model with acupuncture points

At the AVMC, we integrate Acupuncture with Chiropractic, Herbal and Homeopathic medicine, for optimum effect. We also use augmented stimulation by LASER, Electro-acupuncture or Moxa, as required. Mr Day has been a veterinary acupuncturist for more than 30 years.

A common programme involves a course of three treatments, although periodic top-up visits may be necessary in chronic conditions.

Conditions commonly presented for Acupuncture are; arthritis, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cruciate injury, neck problems, back problems (spinal problems), back pain, spondylosis, epilepsy, pain control in cancer cases, recurrent uveitis (recurrent ophthalmia/periodic ophthalmia/ERU/moonblindness), navicular syndrome, pedal ostitis, DJD, OCD, pain, injury, neck problem, back problem, painful back, spinal problem, disc prolapse (PID), paralysis, paresis, degenerative disc disease (IVDD, thoracolumbar disc disease), sciatica, wobbler, shaker, head shaking (headshaking/headshaker), laminitis, lumbo-sacral disease, chorea, dry eye, horners syndrome, CDRM.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets are illegal if using acupuncture on someone else's animal (even if under veterinary supervision).

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/acupuncture.htm

or at: www.veterinary-acupuncture.co.uk

or at: www.acupuncture-animals.co.uk

or at: www.equineacupuncturevet.co.uk.

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Herbal Medicine (Herbalism/Phytotherapy/Herbs) - Herbal vet/Herb vet

Using plants for medicine (herbal medicine, herbs, herbalism, phytotherapy) is a practice as old as mankind himself. Every traditional civilisation has an active herbal culture, as did all historical cultures. A large proportion of modern conventional drugs are derived from herbs. There is still an active search in the tropical rain-forests, for hitherto 'undiscovered' drugs or drug pre-cursors.

Image: Veterinary herbalism - Borage - Borago officinalis

At the AVMC, we believe in using the plant, in its unadulterated natural form, incorporating all the ingredients of the plant, rather than the more modern practice of trying to identify and extract supposed 'active ingredients'. This is a more traditional and holistic approach to herbal medicine.

Herbal medicine is the true fore-runner of modern conventional medicine, in that plants are variously described as diuretic, costive, anti-diarrhoeal, anti-tussive, anodyne etc. Different herbs have effects on different organs and mechanisms. For instance, milk thistle is known to help liver health. Where it differs, in its traditional form, is that the plant's entire range of active principles is used in herbalism, whereas modern drug medicine has extracted the so-called 'active' ingredient, purified it, altered it in the laboratory and patented it. It is this 'single ingredient' notion and the alteration for reasons of patent that give rise to so many complex side-effects.

Conditions commonly presented for Herbal treatment are: pain, fractures, excitability, injury, fear, anxiety, over-masculinity, prostate problems, cystitis, COPD, cough, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, constipation, arthritis, heart problems, renal failure, liver failure, epilepsy, stress, laminitis, Cushings disease, kidney problems, skin problems and hoof quality.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets [incl. behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if using herbal medicine on someone else's animal.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/herbs.htm

or at: www.veterinary-herbal.co.uk.

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Chiropractic Manipulation - Chiropractic vet

Animals suffer back problems, just as in humans. However, because they are quadrupeds, the challenges and problems are not identical. When there is a problem with the spine, it causes a varying degree of pain but, in some cases, this back pain can be extreme.

Spinal, cranial and facial misalignment will result in painful muscle spasm, along with interference in nerve and circulation function, both locally and peripherally. It also results in disturbance of normal posture and gait, resulting in untoward stresses in parts of the musculo-skeletal system, with increased risk of secondary damage and repetitive strain injury (RSI). We see this most dramatically in tendon injuries and spavin, in horses.

At the AVMC, we use gentle manipulation, employing only tiny and very rapid movements as a subtle stimulus to self-correction of alignment problems, so that damage does not ensue.

Image: Horse undergoing chiropractic manipulation by vet

Horses, dogs, cats, cattle, donkeys, rabbits and goats respond very well to chiropractic treatment, displaying clear enjoyment of the benefits and the mitigation of pain and spasm. Other species are treated more rarely but benefit equally.

The majority of patients seen by the AVMC require some form of manipulation (chiropractic treatment), as an 'incidental' finding. However, in some cases, the misalignments can be central or instrumental in causing or maintaining the problem for which they are presented. Common giveaway signs are: failure to lie straight, failure to sit straight, failure to stand symmetrically and 'square', failure to run straight, slowness in jumping up or rising to feet from lying.

Lameness, abnormal gait problems and back pain are common presentations. Even some cases of shoulder lameness can be traced to the lower neck. In horses, back problems may cause saddling issues and saddling issues may cause back problems and knock-on, consequential problems, as the horse tries to compensate with abnormal posture and gait.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

The Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 permits the chiropractic manipulation of an animal by a non-vet only on the recommendation and under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/chiropractic.htm

or at: www.chiropractic-vet.co.uk.

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Nutritional Therapy - Natural Feeding

All patients/clients seen by the AVMC are given dietary advice, compatible with the evolved needs of the species presented. A healthy, fresh diet, we believe, is the platform on which to build health and is vital in the maintenance of ongoing welfare, health and longevity. It is never too late to start healthy feeding but, clearly, the earlier the better. However, in older cats, it can sometimes prove very difficult to persuade them off the 'fast food' culture of of manufactured and processed diets.

Image: We are unable to recommend feeding manufactured pet food, on health and welfare grounds

It stands to reason that, as a species has evolved over millennia, so its ability to harness vital nutrients has been inextricably tied up with its niche environment and lifestyle. To expect the body to change its capabilities in the lifetime or in a few generations of domestication is a tall order and we believe that a great many health problems stem from the feeding of unsuitable (energetically and seductively marketed) branded foods.

Common problems that may primarily be rooted in dietary issues are: diarrhoea (diarrhea), pruritus (itchy/itchiness), eczema, anal gland problems, gum and dental health, skin disorders, behavioural disorders, skeletal problems, arthritis, myoglobinuria, azoturia, urolithiasis (bladder stones, FUS, Feline Urological Syndrome), pregnancy toxaemia, eclampsia, development problems, epilepsy, hair coat quality problems, energy level, stamina and exercise tolerance issues, quite apart from direct identifiable deficiency conditions, such as hypomagnesaemia.

In the short term, we may increase levels of certain minerals, vitamins or amino acids, in order to attain our therapeutic medical objectives. We usually then reduce these to maintenance levels in the longer term.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/nutrition.htm

or at: www.naturalfeeding.co.uk/dogs

www.naturalfeeding.co.uk/cats

www.naturalfeeding.co.uk/horses.

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Aromatherapy (Essential Oils) - Aromatherapy vet

The use of the volatile components of plants (products of distillation) is an extremely ancient practice. While having clear similarities to Herbal Medicine, Aromatherapy 'oils' are different in that they are not the 'whole plant' and are extremely powerful medicinal substances. The reputation of Aromatherapy may give the impression that it is a gentle and rather 'twee' traditional medical practice. However, many of its available medicines are potent pharmacological agents, that should be used only with care. This is particularly so in cats, a species which grooms meticulously and will therefore ingest applied oils in significant amounts and which is very sensitive to medicinal and toxic substances.

Some particularly useful areas of application are; ear problems, psychological and behavioural problems, catarrhal problems (esp. ENT) and oral hygiene.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets [incl. aromatherapists, behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if using Aromatherapy on someone else's animal.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/aromatherapy.htm

Image: Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis

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Flower Essences (incl. Bach Flowers) - Bach Flower vet

Making 'essences' from flowers is method of harnessing very subtle energies of the plants, to provide medicines effective in the treatment of disease, via treatment of emotional and psychological pointers. In the UK, the well-known Flower Essences are the range of Bach Flowers, devised by Edward Bach (1886-1936). Other cultures also have their Flower Essences, e.g. Australia, Africa and the Americas.

Domesticate animals respond well to this very gentle and subtle medication, even for quite serious disease but the method is more commonly used for the treatment of emotional and behavioural disorders.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets [incl. behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if using Flower Essences on someone else's animal.

Image: Chicory

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/bach_flowers.htm.

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Schuessler Tissue Salts (Biochemic Tissue Salts) - Tissue Salt vet

Devised by Wilhelm Schuessler (1821-1898), there are twelve Biochemic Tissue Salts, used to correct disease situations by treatment of imbalances at the cellular level. Schuessler postulated that disease processes are rooted in cell dysfunction or malfunction and that correction of these imbalances would be able to produce a healing process. Whatever the mechanism involved, this off-shoot of homeopathy has survived the test of time and is used by adherents with great success up to and into modern times.

At the AVMC, we have developed this system of medicine further, introducing additions to the original twelve remedies to address the needs that have arisen from the modern (post WWII) age, notably trace mineral deficiencies in the soils that grow our plant food and that of our animals.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

Non-vets [incl. behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if using Tissue Salts on someone else's animal.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/tissue_salts.htm

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Crystal Therapy

The potent energy that is an integral part of crystallisation and of the formation of the Earth's crust has been harnessed in the service of health for millennia. Crystals of individual substances have their own unique energy 'fingerprint' and this gives each type of crystal its own peculiar healing capability.

This is an esoteric form of alternative medicine but has a powerful place in the hectic modern world, with its hazards of radiation and electro-magnetic 'smog', that assaults us and our animals inexorably and invisibly.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/crystals.htm.

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LASER Therapy

Literally Light Amplified by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, this is a method of using the powerful and pure energy of such light (both infra-red and coloured) for therapeutic purposes. It is very effective in treating soft tissue wounds and injuries. Tendon and ligament injuries respond well. This technique has proved exceptionally helpful in treatment of cruciate ligament injury in dogs (anterior cruciate ligament, cranial cruciate ligament) and has a voided the need for surgery in a good proportion of cases.

At the AVMC, we 'tune' the frequency of pulsed LASER input to the individual body's own energy, in order to produce 'resonance' rather than 'discord'.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

The Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 permits the treatment by LASER of an animal by a non-vet only on the recommendation and under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/laser.htm.

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Ultrasound Therapy

The use of sound waves to elicit vibrations in tissues is a form of Physiotherapy that can enhance the speed and quality of healing of injured 'soft tissues' (e.g. muscles, tendons and ligaments). However, it can be very damaging to bone and must be used with great care and caution.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

The Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 permits the treatment by Ultrasound of an animal by a non-vet only on the recommendation and under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/ultra-sound.htm.

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Magnet Therapy

The use of magnetic energy to stimulate circulation and healing is a tried and tested methodology. It is most effective in the treatment of muscular spasm and pain but will also treat tendon and ligament injury, in appropriate cases. Not all animals respond favourably. Some patients are more susceptible or sensitive than others, therefore treatment must be tailored carefully to each patient's individual needs and responses.

All cases seen by the AVMC are given dietary/nutritional input.

The Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 permits the treatment by magnet therapy of an animal by a non-vet only on the recommendation and under the supervision of a veterinary surgeon.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/magnet_therapy.htm.

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Preventive Therapy - Holistic vet

It is clear that preventing disease must be an important goal in any veterinary surgeon's (veterinarian's) career. At the AVMC we take great care to ensure that maximum opportunity is seized to prevent disease wherever possible. Our holistic approach and advice given on diet, lifestyle and environmental management are crucial in this endeavour. We make great efforts to publish widely information that can help owners and other vets to prevent disease.

In the prevention of specific diseases, we are known for our concerns about the dangers of vaccination and we promote the use of Nosodes (www.alternativevet.org/nosodes.htm) to prevent foreseeable infectious disease hazards.

We also promote a respectful and careful approach to our world's environment and ecology, since preservation of healthy biodiversity and ecology in the wider context is the best insurance against health challenges at the individual level.

Non-vets [incl. behaviourists, dog trainers, physiotherapists, chiropractors etc.] are illegal if prescribing 'nosodes' for someone else's animal.

More information at: www.alternativevet.org/preventive.htm.

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Information:

Holistic Vet: The AVMC can be classed as holistic vet, because it employs holistic methodology with each and every case, taking into account environment, lifestyle and dietary factors, as they might impinge upon the healing capability of the patient. See http://www.alternativevet.org/holistic_vet.htm

Alternative Vet: The AVMC can be classed as alternative vet, since it uses and offers real alternatives to mainstream medicine and veterinary care. See http://www.alternativevet.org/alternative_vet.htm

Complementary Vet: Sometimes, the service offered by the AVMC is complementary to modern medicine practice and is carefully integrated into the therapeutic programme with which a patient comes here. At other times, indeed, the conventional options become complementary to what we do for our patients. Mostly, however, our patients receive natural/alternative medicine as first-line treatment. See http://www.alternativevet.org/complementary_vet.htm 

Natural Vet: Most of what's offered by the AVMC is natural medicine but there are pedantic arguments about some of the options offered. See http://www.alternativevet.org/natural_vet.htm

Integrated Vet: The different therapies that may be offered to a patient at the AVMC are carefully integrated into a cohesive therapeutic package, in order to avoid clashes or dangerous summations. If a patient comes to us on conventional medication, our input is carefully integrated with that, until such time as it may be possible to reduce or eliminate the drug input. Integrative veterinary medicine can provide the best of all options. See http://www.alternativevet.org/integrated_vet.htm

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Alternative Veterinary Medicine Centre

Chinham House

Stanford in the Vale

Oxfordshire

SN7 8NQ [UK]

 

Tel.: 01367 710324 [International: #44 1367 710324]

Fax: 01367 718243 [International: #44 1367 718243]

 

e-mail: cd@alternativevet.org

main website: www.alternativevet.org

Chris Day's new Blog: www.veterinary-homeopathy.co.uk/user/htdocs/

 

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Holistic vet service: Alternative Veterinary Medicine Centre, Chinham House, High Street, Stanford in the Vale, Oxon SN7 8NQ (UK)

Tel.: 01367 710324 - Fax: 01367 718243

International: Tel.: +44 (0)1367 710324 - Fax: +44 (0)1367 718243

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