Acupuncture as Part of an Equine Treatment Plan (Horse Nation)

Acupuncture as Part of an Equine Treatment Plan

Acupuncture is widely known, but not fully accepted, as a form of “go-to” treatment for humans or animals. But whether it be helping a mare overcome unexplained infertility, get a stallion in the right mindset for breeding or bring comfort to an arthritic tortoise, acupuncture can often be part of the answer.

At the University of Florida Equine Acupuncture Center in Reddick, the facility’s clinical director Huisheng Xie works with horses, dogs and other species to treat a variety of ailments with acupuncture.

“We integrate acupuncture as part of a larger treatment plan,” Xie said. “We treat primarily dogs and horses for a variety of issues including behavioral problems, neurological disorders, lameness, respiratory disorders and more.”

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