BELOVED Patients

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Pepper

Pepper was my very first acupuncture patient.  I consider her, and her family, to be original seed that grew into Pets In Balance Mobile Acupuncture.  Pepper was treated at home for pain and mobility challenges.  She, and her family, will always hold a very special place in my heart.  


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Onyx

Onyx was also one of my earliest patients.  Treated for intractable pain, Onyx was able to reduce the number of pain medications he was taking and had a very good quality of life.   Onyx was the subject of the case report I wrote to become a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.  Onyx was treated at Trinity Veterinary Hospital in Holly Springs.  


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Layla

Layla was initially treated for acute onset aggression, which resolved with a combination of acupuncture and herbal medication.  Later, she returned for management of Mast Cell Tumors and painful hips.  Layla was treated at Trinity Veterinary Hospital in Holly Springs.  


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Parker

Owned by a Veterinary Technician who would not give up on him, Parker was treated for acute onset unpredictable aggression.  He was treated with herbal medication and behavior modification.  I am happy to report that Parker is doings well.  Parker was treated at Trinity Veterinary Hospital in Holly Springs, NC.  


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Evian

Evian was treated for musculoskeletal pain due to osteoarthritis and Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) with a combination of electroacupuncture and herbal medications.  Evian is owner by Dr. Jan Batker of Lillington Veterinary Hospital.   


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Frippe

Frippe was treated for pain due to osteoarthritis and IVDD with acupuncture, electroacupuncture, and herbal medication.  He is owned by a staff member at Lillington Veterinary Hospital.  


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Prince

Prince was intially treated for pain due to osteoarthritis, bridging spondylosis and IVDD.  He responded well to electroacupuncture and herbal medication.  He was later treated for seizures due to a brain lesion.  Unfortunately Prince has crossed the Rainbow Bridge, but he and his family continue to hold a very special place in my heart.  Prince was treated at Lillington Veterinary Hospital in Lillington, NC.    


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Marley

Marley was treated initially for post-operative pain following the amputation of his left front leg after a diagnosis of Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).  We continued to treat him to support his immune system and maintain his quality of life.  Marley was treated at Trinity Veterinary Hospital in Holly Springs, NC.  


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Izzy

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Cain


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Maverick


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Stormy


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Maggie

 


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Zoey


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Hunter


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Duchess


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Prefontaine


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Pretty Penny


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Faith


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Bailey


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Alex


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Phoebe