Making difference to healing and
clinical veterinary medicine
Most of my clients describe me as a “holistic vet”, but there is no real consensus on the definition of holistic veterinary medicine — even among veterinarians themselves. My approach to holistic medicine is to treat your pet as a ‘whole’, as a sentient creature, rather than merely treating a particular illness…
This means taking into consideration your pet’s background, the relationship between you and your pet as well as all organic systems that may be involved in the particular problem. I also see “holistic” as focusing on maintaining health and preventing illness rather then reacting to an illness after the fact. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as the saying goes.
Whether I use conventional (Western) medicine or other medical modalities, my aim is to always strive to give the best treatment that will ensure the health and wellbeing of your pet. You can read here how I became a ‘holistic veterinarian’ along with my basic biography.