Creek Equine: Now Offering Acupuncture Services
Corine Selders is now offering veterinary acupuncture services
and small animals.
Selders is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and was trained
and certified through the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida.
Dr. Selders has also completed the advanced equine
Chi institute was founded and is primarily taught by Shen Xie,
Xie is a third generation Chinese acupuncturist and is on staff
at the University of Florida’s veterinary school.
Dr. Xie has published 10 books and over 100 articles, and
has been invited to lecture around the world.
Please visit their website at www.tcvm.com.
can benefit horses in a variety of ways.
Typical reasons for an acupuncture treatment are
lameness, back pain, cushing’s disease (PPID), allergic asthma
(IAD & RAO), anhydrosis, and more! Dogs and cats also
benefit from Chinese acupuncture treatments.
Common reasons for pursuing acupuncture include
arthritis, inter-vertebral disc disease (paresis/paralysis),
cushing’s, diabetes, kidney failure, incontinence,
infertility, seizures, neoplasia (cancer), autoimmune diseases,
and other chronic issues.
and small animals typically need atleast 3 treatments 1-2 weeks
apart. For acute
(new) issues further treatment may not be necessary, for chronic
issues treatments may continue but at more extended intervals
(monthly/every few months/twice a year).
Chinese acupuncture works well by itself, but may be
enhanced with Chinese herbs.
Dr. Selders is able to prescribe the Chinese herbs that
will fit with your animal’s condition.