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Complementary therapies

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Complementary therapies

Some forms of alternative or complementary medicine such as osteopathy and physiotherapy are widely used in veterinary medicine alongside conventional treatment. However, owners of dogs and cats as well as other smaller animals, are increasingly looking at other alternative therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine and homeopathy to help with a wide variety of common complaints.

What is acupuncture?

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What is herbal medicine?

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What is homeopathy?

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What is physiotherapy?

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What is osteopathy?

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What is chiropractic?

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