Integrating Veterinary Therapies


Peak Equine Performance Alternatives©—an innovative approach in combining multiple therapeutic modalities to optimize your horse’s health. For more information, click here.

Small Animal Health Optimization Protocol©—an innovative approach in combining multiple therapeutic modalities to optimize your pet’s health. For more information, click here.

Electro-Acupuncture—employs small electrical charge administered between acupuncture points at specific frequencies to enhance the benefits of an acupuncture session.

Homotoxicology/Homeosiniatry/Autosanguinous Therap—the use of homeopathic medications alone and in combination allow for a unique therapeutic approach to disease. These therapies are extremely safe and can be extremely beneficial to patients that are used in competition.

Veterinary Lower-Level Laser Therapy (Class III Laser)—the use of low intensity photonic energy as a treatment modality. The potential applications of Low-Level Laser (3LT®) are almost limitless. N-vet uses Lasers manufactured by Erchonia. To date, Erchonia has received market clearance for neck and shoulder pain, acne, laser assisted liposuction, and non-invasive body contouring. Erchonia continues to conduct clinical trials on other applications.

LACER Therapy—using infra-red photons from LED source allows for unique treatment options. Photons, as in Laser therapy, provide energy to the body to enhance the healing process. Infra-red, unlike Laser, can be directed in and around the eye. LACER is very useful in chronic non-responsive ocular conditions.

Interleukin and Growth Factors—these therapies mimic the signals already used by the body to communicate and maintain homeostasis. In disease states the body’s ability to produce these messengers can be interrupted. Using Homeopathic dilutions of these substances allows for effective treatment of many chronic degenerative diseases for which previous treatment options were limited.

Chinese, Ayurvedic, and Western Herb—the use of herbs allow for the treatment of disease states, both acute and chronic. Their profiles typically reflect a much lower level of reactivity when compared to many of the conventional medications that are available.

Supplement and Glandular Therapy—Our pets suffer from many of the same deficiencies as do we. The myriad of supplement choices can be overwhelming. Guidance will be provided as to those therapies, which will provide your pet the greatest benefit.

Dietary Consults—the old adage “you are what you eat” also holds true for our 4-legged companions. The energetics of a diet are particularly important part of re-establishing and maintaining your pet’s best health.