A telemedicine consultation may be the key to your pet’s health.
Standard veterinary care not helping your pet?
Get a telemedicine consultation for:
- Food therapy
- Chinese herbs
- Alternative medicine
- New options for tough cases
Dr. Damron of White Oak Veterinary Medicine will work with your current vet.
Benefits Of A Telemedicine Consultation For Pets
No matter your location in the country or the world, vets can provide a telemedicine consultation.
Additionally, since many people are working from home, there is no need to bring your pet to a physical location.
Furthermore, a telemedicine consultation can prevent undue stress to pets who get anxiety going to the doctor.
Learn About Food Therapy
First, are you curious about food therapy?
Second, if you know a little about it, do you want to learn how it applies to pets?
Schedule a telemedicine consultation with Dr. Damron to receive a one-on-one lesson on food therapy for pets.
Benefits Of Chinese Herbs
Dr. Damron also teaches pet parents about Chinese herbs.
For example, Eastern herbal medicine, a branch of TCM, developed as part of Chinese culture dating back 5,000 years.
Additionally, in Western culture, the use of herbs for the treatment of illness dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, to the indigenous peoples of the British Isles, and to Native Americans.
Furthermore, in Eastern herbal medicine, veterinarians tailor unique combinations of herbs. Practitioners use as many as 50 or more herbs together for a synergistic solution to the disease and its underlying imbalance.
Western herbalists also use herbs in the same manner as pharmaceuticals. Western herbal medicine focuses on treating the symptoms only, without attention to the underlying causes of disease or illness.
- First, provides gentle treatment of chronic conditions
- Second, exhibits few side effects
- Is often used instead of, or in conjunction, with Western treatments
- Lastly, enhances the effectiveness of some Western treatments
Try Alternative Medicine
Used together, Western and Eastern medicine enhance health and wellbeing in your dog far more than using either alone.
TCVM is also appropriate for a multitude of diseases in cats and other health problems.
In fact, Eastern Food Therapy treats cat obesity.
Pet parents also have alternative treatment options for:
- Cushing’s disease
- Torn ligaments
- Urinary problems
- Renal failure
Furthermore, feng shui, and aromatherapy for pets are among the available options for keeping your pet healthy.
Additionally, pheromonatherapy is a growing trend. Pheromone therapy manages many common stress-related behaviors in pets, without pharmaceuticals or dangerous side-effects.
Herbs and essences are also popular among those who seek natural alternatives for their anxious house cat.
Lastly, it’s important for pet owners to keep an open mind regarding their pet’s health and wellness.
Get New Options For Tough Cases
For example, when treating dog arthritis, some pups cannot tolerate an NSAID such as Rimadyl.
What is the concerned pet owner to do?
Eastern and alternative medicine also provide options for ailments such as cat allergies, cat cancer, and cat urinary problems and renal failure.
About Dr. Damron
Dr. Casey Damron is a practicing veterinarian in Middle Tennessee.
After years of clinical practice, he made a disturbing discovery.
Some patients had no treatments for their ailments.
Dr. Damron then pursued alternative therapies to heal his patients.
At the Chi Institute, Dr. Damron studied:
- Chinese herbal medicine
- Eastern Food Therapy
- And more
PET | TAO also applies ancient principles of Eastern Food Therapy to create and maintain energetic balance.
Furthermore, energetic balance keeps your pets healthy.