The holistic health goal is not just to treat dis-ease or illness, but to effect a permanent CURE. Holistic methods can do this, whereas traditional man made medicines usually only effect a temporary relief from illness or dis-ease
Naturally raised animals rarely succumb to disease, illness, or bad behaviors. When they do, they bounce back quicker than traditionally raised animals. They get plenty of exercise, sunshine, love, tlc, clean fresh water, natural rearing foods that are biologically appropriate to the specific animal, clean environments, mental exercise in the way of proper, appropriate training, and avoidance of toxins. They have jobs to keep them busy, whether watching the house while we are gone or making sure the couch or cats don't get eaten while we are away. They are part of our family. Often, our furred, feathered, finned, or scaled companions are better than a few humans in our immediate family and deserve the BEST possible health care we can give them.
The holistic veterinarians listed below offer a vast array of holistic healing modalities. Healing modalities these holistic vets use vary greatly. Some specialize in acupuncture, animal communication, applied kinesiology, aromatherapy, bach flower remedies, chinese herbs, chiropractic, color therapy, electroacupuncture, gemmotherapy, homeopathy, classical homeopathy, hydrotherapy, NAET (Nambrudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique), nutrition, magnet therapy, massage therapy, orthomolecular medicine, pulsating magnet therapy, physical therapy, QI GONG, Reiki, sea essences, T-Touch, veterinary orthopedic manipulation, western herbs, and other holistic therapies
To find a Holistic Vet in your area, go to:
Reiki is a natural healing method using universal life force energy for stress reduction, relaxation, and healing. It has proven to be very valuable in our lives and is good for us and our animals. Here are some websites with more information and classes:
Here is some information regarding Linda Tellington-Jones' T-Touch:
The information on this web site is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician or veterinarian. This information is not intended as a substitute for the reader's independent judgment and personal responsibility. Health issues are far too important to delegate to anyone else. It is highly recommended you research and seek information and counsel from as wide a variety of sources as possible, so you can make well informed educated decisions about you, your child's, or your pet's health, as in the end YOU make the decisions.
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