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Pet Acupuncture Tooele UT

The hot topic of evidence-based medicine sparks debate between integrative medicine practitioners and the mainstream because many incorrectly assume that complementary medicine treatment strategies cannot withstand scientific scrutiny.

Jordan River Animal Hospital
(801) 871-8804
1519 West 9000 South
West Jordan, UT
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Roundy, Ryan J, Dvm - Tooele Veterinary Clinic
(435) 882-1051
1182 N 80 E
Tooele, UT

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Jem's Vet Care
(801) 968-9932
4663 W 6200 S
Salt Lake City, UT

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Banfield, the Pet Hospital
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7654 Campus View Dr.
West Jordan, UT
 
Taylor, Randy, Dvm - Animal Crackers Vetry Hospital
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West Valley Veterinary Clinic
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3875 W 3500 S
West Valley City, UT
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Brookside Animal Hospital
(801) 255-3545
7220 S 1300 W
West Jordan, UT

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Huff, John, Dvm - Vca All Pet Animal Hospitals
(801) 966-4700
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Kearns, UT

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Portable Pet Care
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4291 South 4850 West
Salt Lake City, UT
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(801) 254-6621
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Riverton, UT

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Evidence Points to Acupuncture for Disk Disease

The hot topic of evidence-based medicine sparks debate between integrative medicine practitioners and the mainstream because many incorrectly assume that complementary medicine treatment strategies cannot withstand scientific scrutiny.

The door swings both ways, however. Evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) requires “the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of the current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.” 1

For veterinary medicine to establish itself as an evidence-based profession, regular approaches to everyday conditions require re-evaluation according to this new standard. In their introduction to EBVM, Holmes and Ramey warn against relying overmuch on common sense, educated guesses and uncontrolled observations instead of results from “reliable empiric research.” 2

They advise that in addition to having the capacity to critically appraise scientific literature, “(A) good clinician needs good powers of observation, empathy with patients and clients, manual dexterity and a host of other skills.” Now it seems that acupuncture may become one of those skills based on accumulating results indicating substantive benefits.

One area where evidence is mounting in favor of acupuncture concerns spinal cord injury. Medical management methods for dogs with thoracolumbar intervertebral disk disease (TL IVDD) deemed non-surgical candidates typically include steroids, analgesics and cage confinement. Where’s acupuncture? ...

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