Dog and Cat Treatments

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HealthPoint microcurrent acupressure is a non-invasive form of healing and illness prevention that is just as receptive for other animal use as it is for human and horse health.

Disease being the result of  a state of either excess or deficiency, means that the  longer the excess or deficiency remains, the more out-of-balance the animal may become. A greater imbalance produces more advanced symptoms.

HealthPoint acupressure aims to reverse these pathological states and restore normal flow to increase speed of healing and to improve acute or chronic conditions.

Treatment may involve several applications in which blockages are gradually removed and normal flow is established. However, many owners report massive improvement following the first use of HealthPoint.

Use

Trials indicate that acupressure therapy can be effective in treating numerous conditions within both the cat and dog. HealthPoint accesses these points in a safe, non-invasive way that doesn’t stress or harm your pet in any way, and that is totally safe for the owner to perform at home.

HealthPoint aims to provide pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects, and even hormone regulation, to help as part of a whole regime of treatment against conditions such as muscle soreness, back pain, disc disease, osteoarthritis, and degenerative joint disease, to name but a few of the most common successful treatments experienced by pets according to their owners.

Neurological disorders and gastrointestinal disorders may also be helped, along with such conditions as behavioural problems, geriatric weakness, irritable bowel syndrome and various skin diseases.

A few of the areas we will look at here include:
  • Strengthening the immune system
  • Strengthening, muscles, tendons, joints, and bones
  • Alleviating inflammation and swelling
  • Calming and relieving pain
  • Increasing circulation
  • Removing toxins
  • Alleviating anxiety
  • Helping with other behavioural issues, and
  • Improving digestion


Click on the links below to access our dog and cat conditions and acupressure points guide…

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4 Responses to Dog and Cat Treatments

  • I am trying to treat my dog’s blindness due to glaucoma and cataracts. I can’t get the healthpoint to make a sound at all, on her. What can I do? Thanks

  • Our poodle Lola was returned to the breeder, because of health issues with her owners. At that time we where looking for a poodle to keep our remaining 12 year old poodle company,after he lost h is brother Charlie. Charlie die healthy died on his own during the night Oct. 2010, Max started declining from loneliness and age. Lola was coming to us from the breeder end of Feb. 2011, she was 1 yr 5month old, Max past away Early Feb. 2011 so they never met. Lola was thin hair over grown and dirty, We had her shaved and cleaned up and tried to put weigh on her. End of April she started pulling up her left leg and we took her to the vet they thought it was her ACL so we gave her serapetes and recovery and wait it out. Christmas we went to Vancouver from Vernon to have Christmas at our son’s, she was out of it and boxing day could not stand up. we drove back home took her to the vet he kept her overnight check ears toook xrays of head could not find anything. The next day she stood back up at noon an was great all month. End of January she was really bad episode and stayed at the clinic for 8 days had spinal tap it was not the lower brain. so they started treating her with steriods this works well she has put on weight is happy runs on all four,. We now are reducing the drug we give her curcumin, recovery and serapetes. We give her steriods for 2 days skip a day but is pulls her leg up the day without and is listless. No one tells me what it is she has? Could it be limes from a tick or what. The say a lesion in the upper brain or some thing like that maybe she was beaten and has damage to soft tissue . Would you know what we should do for her so she can go off of steriods. She is the sweets 40lb smaller standard you will ever meet. Pls see if you know how we could help our Lola. Thank you Monica and Lody

    • Monica,
      I really do not know what can be causing the problems. How much Serrapeptase and curcumin are you giving and what strength is it?
      How are you administering them?

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