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Omen the dog having apuncture treatment for arthritis and hip dysplasia

"My dog Omen is an 11 year old Border Collie who developed arthritis in his hips about 2 years ago.  We tried laser treatments, underwater treadmills and pain killers.  Nothing seemed to work well or have long lasting effects.  I decided to try Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and a new diet.  He now acts like he did when he was much younger.  If you have any doubts, put them aside and try Acupuncture with Dr. Judy. It really is like a miracle.  Thank you Dr. Judy!"  B.G - Naperville    

Why choose Acupuncture?

Dog having acupuncture for poor appetite and pancreatitis

Acupuncture helps the body heal itself by balancing the deficiency states that exist in disease.  It can be used to treat multiple problems at the same time (great for elderly patients), all with NO SIDE EFFECTS!  It helps relieve pain by stimulating blood flow to diseased areas and helps tissues heal.  It stregthens the immune system  and has anti-inflammatory effects.  

Acupuncture can be used to treat problems traditional western medicine has no treatment for, or the treatment doesn't work well (especially neurologic problems).

Acupuncture is great for arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia, hindleg weakness, back or neck problems, Intervertebral Disk Disease, parlysis, seizures, kidney disease, vomiting and diarrhea, allergies, storm phobias, Doggie Alzheimers, lack or appetite and Degenerative Myelopathy.

We offer Dry Needle Acupuncture, Electro Acupuncture, Laser Acupuncture  (NEEDLE FREE) and Aqua Acupuncture.

Herbal Medications

Herbal Medications for pets

Herbal medications have been used to heal people and animals for centuries.  Dr. Judy can choose can herbal prescription for your pet based on the Chinese Medical diagnosis. Herbs can be combined with traditional medications or used as the primary  form of therapy.   Heal your pet naturally with herbs!

Taffy the cat

Taffy the cat

Taffy is having Electro Acupuncture for arthritis and kidney disease. Holistic medicine for cats Oswego, IL

Dog having acupuncture and laser

Dog having acupuncture and laser

Jasper is having Acupuncture and laser treatment for chronic ear infections and allergies.

Laser Acupuncture is needle - free!

Laser Acupuncture is needle - free!

Smokey the dog is having laser acupuncture for intervertebral disk disease. Laser acupuncture is great for dogs that are afraid of needles!

Snuggles the cat having acupuncture

Snuggles the cat having acupuncture

Acupuncture is great for cats with kidney disease and pancreatitis.

Dr Judy McBeth  and her CVA diploma

Dr Judy McBeth and her CVA diploma

Dr Judy is Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture. She trained at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

Electroacupuncture for dogs

Electroacupuncture for dogs

Elliott is having Electro Acupuncture for a ruptured cruciate ligament in his knee and arthritis pain. He frequently falls asleep during his treatments!

Acupuncture to stimulate appetite

Acupuncture to stimulate appetite

Abbey is having Acupuncture to help stimulate her appetite. Pancreatitis makes her not feel like eating and nauseated. The pins on her nose are in the point called Shan-Gen.

Herbal Medications

Herbal Medications

Herbs can be used to treat many conditions safely.

Acupuncture needles

Acupuncture needles

Acupuncture needles are very thin and small (center and right in photo). The needle on the far left is a 22 gauge needle we use to give vaccinations (quite big compared to the acupuncture needles). Acupuncture needles are sterile and only used once. They are never re-used.

Laser acupuncture

Laser acupuncture

Cat having laser acupuncture. Perfect for those hard to reach areas or needle-phobic animals.

Dog having acupuncture for Intervertebral Disk Disease

 Honey Boo Boo is free of back pain and able to walk again thanks to Acupuncture.  She suffers from Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD).  IVDD is a common problem in Dachshund, Beagle, Bassett Hound, Corgi, Doberman, French Bulldog, Miniature Poodle and Pekingese.

Dog having acupuncture for rupture cruciate ligament and hip dyplasia

Dakota is having acupuncture for his arthritis pain and ruptured cruciate ligament.  

How can you tell if your pet is in pain?  Check out this video with Dr. Judy McBeth

Cat having Laser Acupuncture for arthritis

This kitty is having laser acupuncture for arthritis.  NEEDLE FREE !  Acupuncture is an excellent way to relieve pain in cats with arthritis.  Cats cannot take many Non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs.

Dog having Laser Therapy and Acupuncture treatment

Buddy is having Acupuncture and Laser Therapy for severe arthritis pain.  These two treatment methods can be combined.  Click here to check out Laser Therapy.

Cute kitten having Acupuncture wit Dr Judy McBeth

Genevieve is chillin' during her Acupuncture session with Dr. Judy.  She loves the belly rubs that come with it!

Kitten relaxing during Acupuncture

"In December of 2020 Frisky, our male Shih Tzu, and an important member of our family had a terrible accident.  Frisky was laying on the bed, jumped off the bed and landed on his front paws and neck.  The next morning Frisky could not move or walk.  He was totally immobilized.  We took him to our Veterinarian (Bethany Animal Hospital) where X-rays and blood work were done.  Due to the traumatic nature of his injury we took him to VCA Arboretum View Animal Hospital in Downer's Grove for a MRI of his spine.  The MRI cost was high, but we decided to go ahead with the testing because Frisky (at over 10 yrs of age)  was an important part of our family and still had so much life to live.  The MRI found marked spinal cord compression at C2-C3.  Surgery was recommended, but we thought it would be too much for him at his advanced age.  We brought Frisky to Dr Judy McBeth at Fox Ridge Veterinary  Clinic for Acupuncture.  Acupuncture helped the damaged nerves heal and Frisky fought for 3 months to overcome his injury.  When Frisky began moving better we took him for Physical Therapy at Canine Physical Rehab.  With the combination of Acupuncture and Physical Therapy Frisky began walking normally again!  Frisky has so much more energy now, and is even more vocal!  We are forever grateful for the Veterinarians and Physical Therapists who helped our Frisky walk again!"   J.D   - Sycamore, IL

Frisky D Electroacupuncture

Frisky relaxing during an Electroacupuncture treatment with Dr Judy McBeth

Frisky is enjoying his workout on the underwater treadmill at Canine Physical Rehab

Stanley the Doxie can walk again after being paralyzed in his hind legs due to Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD)!  The Vet at the ER said he would never walk again unless he had surgery.  Luckily, Stanley's Mom got a second opinion!  Stanley was treated with traditional medications (Prednisone, Gabapentin, and Cosequin).  He had Acupuncture with Dr Judy, Physical Therapy and Assisi Loop treatments. He also had lots of TLC from his loving family.  Check out the video of his progress! 

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Rosie is snoozing through an  Electroacupuncture  session for treatment of Degenerative Myelopathy (DM).  DM is similar to ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease in humans.  Electroacupuncture helps keep her mobile as long as possible.

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Cat having Assisi Loop treatment for arthritis

The Assisi Loop is a non-invasive NPAID (Non-pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory device) that uses targeted pulsed electromagnetic field microcurrents (tPEMF) to speed healing and reduce pain.  The technology is FDA cleared and is also used in human health.

The Assisi Loop can be used to treat aging animals with arthritis, orthopedic injuries, neurologic problems like disk disease (IVDD), post-surgical pain and swelling, inflammatory conditions and wounds.

Benefits of the Assisi Loop include it can be used to treat any animal, can penetrate casts or bandages, and is excellent for patients that cannot tolerate NSAIDS.  It is a great complement to alternative therapies like acupuncture  and Laser Therapy.

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