Following an initial consultation with Dr. Ilana or Dr. Laurie Pearlstein, it may be determined that Acupuncture is an appropriate treatment for your pet as part of his/her custom treatment plan.
Benefits of Acupuncture
Acupuncture is indicated as a treatment for the following disorders:
FEATURED ARTICLE by: ILANA STRUBEL - OCTOBER 1, 2019
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About Our Partner
After your initial consultation, if acupuncture is prescribed as part your pet’s treatment plan, some patients will be referred to our partner, Acupuncture Works / Dr. Ella Woods, DAOM, MSTCM, MBA, Dipl. OM. Dr. Ella offers treatment at AWAP every Wednesday.
Often Dr. Woods canine and feline patients have serious, complicated diseases, sometimes labeled “terminal” by their Veterinarian. Ella’s care focuses on today and the current barriers to balance and well-being. She cares not for “prognosis” or predicted outcome. She cares about fine-tuning the body’s energy to allow it to bring its life force to bear on the imbalance (disease). She finds that each body has its own unique wisdom and will often use her therapies to heal/repair whichever system truly needs it first. Her clients find that their beloved companion is more active, more comfortable, feels better for much longer than without the therapies Dr. Woods uses. Dr. Woods finds that her patients tend to experience a higher state of well-being until their body is truly ready to release their spirit.
Read more about Dr. Woods on Our Staff and Partners page.
Drs. Strubel and Pearlstein are also available to perform acupuncture for your pets.