Veterinary Acupuncture at BARC

Widely used in animal rehabilitation, veterinary acupuncture is minimally invasive, safe and very effective. Our Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center (BARC) Rolling Hills veterinary team are certified in veterinary and highly skilled in performing this beneficial service. 

What is Veterinary Acupuncture? 

Simply put, acupuncture is the insertion of needles into specific points throughout your pet's body to induce a healing response. Acupuncture points are mapped and each point correlates to a specific body part, organ or body action when stimulated. Acupuncture is an ancient treatment with thousands of years worth of research and use in both humans and animals. It is proven to reduce chronic pain and inflammation while promoting health and healing. In fact, it has become so mainstream that the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has recognized acupuncture as a treatment option for many common ailments.

What Are the Benefits of Veterinary Acupuncture?

  • Removes metabolic waste and toxins while improving blood flow and oxygenation to tissues.
  • Encourages the body to produce it's own, naturally occurring pain relief and anti-inflammatories.
  • No adverse side effects and your pet can continue using their current medications and supplements without fear of interaction.
  • Creates local and generalized pain relief and promotes muscle relaxation where the needles are inserted.

Contact us at (310) 265-0065 to find out more about how acupuncture can benefit your dog or cat at BARC Rolling Hills.

brown Labrador dog receiving acupuncture
cat receiving acupucture