Benefits of Acupuncture for Pets with Dr. Judy Morgan

Today nearly 3 million veterinary and medical practitioners, assistants, and pharmacists are trained in acupuncture.
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CLAYTON, N.J. - Nov. 6, 2019 - PRLog -- Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical technique where extremely thin needles are inserted into key points along the patient's body. It works by stimulating points along meridians or channels to balance the flow of energy, or Qi. Often, energy flow is blocked and there is an area of stagnation, and stagnation causes pain. By placing needles in acupuncture points along the meridians associated with different organ systems, blood and Qi flow can be improved, bringing more energy where needed or draining excess where needed. When the organs are in balance, the whole body remains in balance.

"I have to admit, when I first studied acupuncture I was a bit skeptical. Seriously, how could sticking small needles into different areas of the body make such a significant difference in our pet's overall health and wellness?" expresses Dr. Judy Morgan, "I'm happy to say, my skepticism was unwarranted. The dramatic changes I have seen in my patients over the years has made me a believer!"

The range of ailments that can be helped by acupuncture is long, but a few of the most common conditions include: musculoskeletal, respiratory, gastrointestinal or skin issues. Overall, acupuncture for pets is effective at:

·         Boosting immune response
·         Pain relief
·         Improving mobility/alleviating stiffness
·         Increasing blood flow to promote healing
·         Relaxation of muscle groups

Because acupuncture can stimulate healing in nearly every part of the body, it's possible to use it for treating nearly any illness.

Dr. Judy Morgan states, "In the past twenty years, I have treated arthritis, allergies, kidney disease, liver dysfunction, heart failure, pyometra, seizures, digestive disorders, and many other diseases with acupuncture. I continue to be amazed at the transformations that can occur, and I will continue to encourage both pets and people to consider acupuncture as an option if there are any chronic or acute disease patterns that need to be treated!"

About Dr. Judy Morgan:
Based in southern New Jersey, Dr. Morgan currently operates two veterinary hospitals that offer an integrative approach combining holistic medicine with traditional Western techniques. Holistic practices such as chiropractic, acupuncture, food therapy, and herbal therapy, are utilized alongside conventional medicine to provide a full range of veterinary treatment. She is a best-selling author of four books, hundreds of online and print magazine articles, been featured on Fox News, local cable TV, CNN, CBS, ABC, PBS, and as a guest on over 100 radio shows.  As a sought-after speaker, Dr. Morgan shares her insight on her website with weekly blogs, podcasts, and videos!

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