Joanna Evans - Veterinary Acupuncture & Homeopathy Carmarthenshire
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Veterinary Acupuncture


An ancient technique to stimulate your pet’s innate healing and encourage gentle, holistic rehabilitation – all in the comfort of their own home

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About me

I graduated as a veterinary surgeon from Bristol University in 2008. I live in Carmarthenshire,West Wales

Acupuncture

Using fine needles in specific points to trigger the release of the body’s own pain killers and promote natural mechanisms of healing

Homeopathy

Homeopathy is taking time to understand your pet as an individual and find a remedy to encourage their health.

Integrative Veterinary Care

Acupuncture and homeopathy can be used to complement the care given by your primary veterinary team. An holistic approach can be particularly beneficial when managing chronic pain or any long-term illness, often bringing about gentle healing and an improved quality of life. Acupuncture and homeopathy can both be used alongside conventional treatment with no ill-effects and can be useful tools for achieving health for the whole body.

 

It is essential to seek advice from your primary veterinary surgeon as a first point of call, I can’t see any animal without a referral form and history from the primary vet. 

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