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Greenway Veterinary Acupuncture we are delighted to be able to offer our services
to the clients and patients under the expert care of Blythwood Vets

Dogs pet advice

Blythwood Vets and Greenway Veterinary Acupuncture 

 

Blythwood Vets has a progressive outlook on new advances in veterinary care and complimentary, integrated medicine, coupled with attention to a patient’s individual needs.

This has allowed Greenway Veterinary Acupuncture to combine their home-visit acupuncture service with Blythwood's personalised care plans. 

Cats pet advice

 

What conditions can acupuncture be used for?

 

Acupuncture reduces the pain associated with chronic musculoskeletal conditions (eg arthritis, hip dysplasia, ‘back pain’) and is successfully used alongside a patient’s medical, surgical and physiotherapy treatments.

There is a growing body of research into the application of acupuncture to aid recovery and management of a number of other medical conditions and the pain associated with other chronic and/or inflammatory diseases, as well as in reducing post-operative pain and speeding recovery. 

Rabbits pet advice

 

How does acupuncture work?

 

Research is ongoing into the full extent of the neurophysiological effects of acupuncture but current evidence shows that it affects nerves, muscle tissue and blood vessels local to the acupoint and stimulates nerve pathways within the spinal cord and brain to inhibit ‘pain pathways’.

Acupuncture also causes pain-killing chemicals to be released, such as endorphins and opioids, and it inhibits the release of certain inflammatory substances. These effects are ‘analgesic’ and reduce the patient’s pain and inflammation and promote tissue healing. 

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If you’d like to know more about the suitability of acupuncture for your pet, please contact your vet at Blythwood or feel free to contact us directly with any general questions about acupuncture.

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Our Locations

Hatch End Vets

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500 Uxbridge Road
Pinner, Middlesex
HA5 4SL

020 8421 0510
info@blythwood.com

Opening Hours:

Mon to Fri: 8am - 7:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 2.00pm

May Bank Holiday Hours

Monday 3rd May: Closed

Monday 31st May: Closed

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Bushey Vets

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2 High St
Bushey
WD23 3DN

020 8950 2002
info@blythwood.com

Opening Hours:

Mon to Fri: 8am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm

May Bank Holiday Hours

Monday 3rd May: Closed

Monday 31st May: Closed

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Northwood Vets

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Waterlane House
Sandy Lane, Northwood
HA6 3HA

01923 820059
info@blythwood.com

Opening Hours:

Mon to Fri: 8:30am - 12pm
and 3pm - 7pm
Saturday: 2pm - 4pm

May Bank Holiday Hours

Monday 3rd May: Closed

Monday 31st May: Closed

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Stanmore Vets

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103-105 Stanmore Hill
Stanmore
HA7 3DZ

020 8954 0554
info@blythwood.com

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday 8.30 - 7.00pm
Saturday 2.00pm - 4.30pm 

May Bank Holiday Hours

Monday 3rd May: Closed

Monday 31st May: Closed

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