“I felt like I was unable to help a lot of animals and was brutalizingthem with toxic drugs and procedures.I needed more tools than surgery, antibiotics and anti-inflammatories. Chinese Herbal Medicine and Veterinary Acupuncture help to heal health problems rather than mask the problems by treating the symptoms. In my daily practice, I integrate my Western examination with an Eastern
examination including tongue and pulse and body scan. Eastern medicine combined with western medicine has made me a much more effective and successful veterinarian. I would never practice
one without the other. The animals have a better quality of life,and, often a longer life span. Cancer patients and those with other terminal diseases typically have an improved quality of life, and
likely have longer survival rates when treated with Chinese herbalformulas. I am happy to have more viable treatment options for my patients but am even happier with their response to Chinese herbs
and acupuncture.”

Dr. Yong Chun

Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine