Initial Appointment $235-$275
Follow-up Appointment $135
House Call Follow-up Appointment $215
($120 + $95 House Call Fee)
Equine Acupuncture & Chiropractic Initial Appointment $250
Equine Acupuncture & Chiropractic Follow-up Appointment $175
All equine visits will have an additional charge of $95 and may include additional mileage charges depending on location.
For laser package pricing, please contact our office.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been used for thousands of years. It uses many different forms of treatment, including acupuncture/acupressure, exercise and herbal and food therapy. All of these types of treatments work together to prevent and treat health problems, producing overall good health.
Acupuncture involves inserting very thin needles into the body. Special acupuncture points are mapped out on the body along specific nerve tracts and blood vessels. When an acupuncture needle is placed in the right point, it will result in stimulating the body and treating the health problems. Acupuncture can treat a wide range of conditions and operates under the concept that everything in the body is connected, so stimulating the body via one acupuncture needle in one area of the body can help with health problems in other areas.
Acupuncture points can also be stimulated by using acupressure, moxibustion (special herbal medicine that is heated), aquapuncture (injection of vitamins or homeopathic remedies) or lacer, in addition to other techniques.
Spinal adjustments or Animal-chiropractic
Spinal adjustments, more commonly referred to as animal-chiropractic, involves the manipulation of joints of the spinal column to treat health problems. Healthy functioning of the spine and nervous system can positively affect other systems within the body.
Some of the conditions that can be treated with spinal adjustments/animal-chiropractic include degenerative joint disease, incontinence and pain in the back and neck.
Chinese Herb Therapy
Herbs are “acupuncture in a bottle” and contain properties that can assist in the healing process. They are particularly useful for clients who cannot bring their pets in for regular TCM treatments due to location or schedule conflicts, but can also be used to speed the healing process and to maintain good health between treatments.
Herbal medications are usually available in capsule, tablet, liquid or granular form, and they can include either the whole plant or specific parts of the plant.
Laser therapy offers a non-invasive approach to reduce pain, inflammation and speed healing through photo biomodulation. It can also be used to deliver needleless acupuncture in a sensitive animal.
NHVC has a Class IV Companion therapy laser for both equine and small animal appointments. Conditions commonly treated with laser therapy include post-surgical healing, muscle and tendon injuries, arthritis, back pain, and wound healing
Physical Rehabilitation Therapy
This therapy uses non-invasive body movement work to quickly help patients recover their strength and energy. Dr. Warkentin can show you how to use massage and exercises at home to continue to treat your animal between appointments. Physical Rehab Therapy operates under the concept that small, gentle and frequent movement is ideal for restoring good health.