Acupuncture in McKinney, TX
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What Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an alternative technique rooted in ancient Chinese medicine. The idea is to stimulate the body's natural healing response by placing thin needles into specific trigger points. Although acupuncture has traditionally been used in humans, it's becoming more popular in veterinary medicine as a non-drug pain relief method for pets. In cats and dogs, acupuncture can help with a number of health concerns, such as arthritis, gastrointestinal conditions, skin problems, pain, and inflammation. Dr. Hunter Finn is highly knowledgeable in performing veterinary acupuncture and can provide more information during an appointment at Pet Method in McKinney, TX.
What to Expect with Acupuncture
In cats and dogs, acupuncture can help with a number of health concerns, such as arthritis, gastrointestinal conditions, skin problems, chronic pain, traumatic nerve injuries, and inflammation. During your visit to Pet Method, Dr. Finn will perform a thorough examination and recommend a customized treatment plan based on your pet's needs. We will ensure that your pet feels safe and relaxed before very fine needles are placed into specific areas on the body. This process helps promote the body's natural healing response. In general, your pet should feel very little pain during a veterinary acupuncture session, and our team focuses on helping pets feel at ease throughout their treatment. Your pet may need 3 – 4 sessions to get the most effective improvements.
Natural Pain Relief for Your Pet
The team at Pet Method is committed to providing the most effective techniques to elevate your pet's well-being. Dr. Hunter Finn specializes in performing veterinary acupuncture as an alternative way to address acute injuries and chronic ailments with the goal of helping pets reduce or stop taking medication. Schedule an appointment at our vet clinic in McKinney, TX to find out more.
Pet Method Reviews
Dr. Finn and his team are the best! I had taken my dog to four other vets before all of which prescribed pain medication and said it wasn’t emergent when she was having trouble walking and unable to eat. I took my dog to Pet Method where Dr. Finn did blood work, X-rays and an ultrasound she was found to be in CKD and needed to be emergently admitted for aggressive treatment. My baby would have died if it wasn’t for him & his team
Dr. Finn and staff are amazing! Kaitlyn is great and Sara is awesome. Love Dr. Finn's fear free approach and appreciate the insight he provides. Highly recommend bringing your pet(s) in!
Dr.Finn was great with my dogs. One has severe anxiety and Dr.Finn was extremely patient and caring. 10/10 reccomend Pet Method.
My dogs absolutely love Pet Method. We used to take them to another pet hospital and they would always end up being terrified after the exam. For example, our older dog, Henry, would cower under the chairs after getting his shot or his nails clipped. At Pet Method, they took their time to make sure he was comfy and gave him lots of treats while also clipping his nails in a quick and neat manner. He ended up snoring afterwards in his exam room! We live in Garland and are gladly driving up to this place because we know that our pets would get the best treatment from Dr. Finn and his staffs. 10/10 would definitely recommend them to anyone who's looking for a vet who truly cares about their pets!