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TCM finds new veterinary applications in the modern age | Updated: 2019-03-18 16:38

Before Anbei got sick, Wang Na, the owner, had never thought dogs could go to see a traditional Chinese doctor. But Pang Haidong, doctor of the traditional Chinese veterinary medicine department at the China Agricultural University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, who was Anbei's attending physician, immediately diagnosed a fibrocartilaginous embolism that had caused paralysis on the dog's right side. He recommended acupuncture treatment.

For neurological damage, including paralysis, and certain other diseases, traditional Chinese veterinary treatments involving acupuncture, herbal medicine and massage have proven effective when Western medicine has had a poor effect or even none at all.

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