Alternative medicine

“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.”

— Hipócrates

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All these therapies are part of physiotherapy and integrative rehabilitation…

Chinese Phytotherapy

This is a 100% natural therapy that is part of traditional Chinese medicine, which consists of using herbs with the aim of stabilizing the patient’s bioenergetics. It can be used as a sole therapeutic measure or combined with acupuncture.


It is a medical act that is also part of traditional Chinese medicine, which consists of placing needles in different areas of the body, in order to obtain a therapeutic benefit, it can be used alone or combined with electroacupuncture, moxibustion, etc.

Physiotherapy and integrative rehabilitation

At our clinic, we are dedicated to providing a complete and holistic approach to caring for your pets, where integrative physical therapy plays a central role in their well-being.

Orthomolecular Medicine

It is based on functional medicine, and consists of providing nutritional supplements to the patient with the aim of stabilizing the body’s biochemical reactions and therefore restoring health.

Neural Therapy

These therapies stimulate the nervous system and promote tissue regeneration, helping to restore function and reduce pain.

Ozone therapy

With anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, ozone is an effective option for the treatment of pain and inflammation and primary or complementary treatment of different diseases.

Gold Implants

It is a technique that consists of placing gold globules in painful areas or acupuncture points, in order to produce permanent analgesia. We are part of the goldtreat clinic network.


Photobiomodulation is an innovative technique in veterinary rehabilitation that uses laser light or LED infrared light phototherapy to promote healing and reduce pain and inflammation in animals.

Manual therapy

Manual therapy is a fundamental technique in veterinary rehabilitation that involves the use of the therapist’s hands to mobilize the animal’s muscles and joints.