I know that when your animal friend is suffering, you are also suffering. The animals that matter to you matter to me. It is my honor to help! Are you interested in a whole animal, evidence-based approach? Do you want guidance to help you navigate the complicated world of veterinary medicine? If so, I look forward to meeting you and your pets or horses!
My approach is personalized and customized to you and your animal friend. Just as no patient is the same as another, neither are my treatments. Even the same patient changes over time, and the changes in my treatment plans reflect those changing needs.
Treatments may include acupuncture, aquapuncture (B12 injections), electrical-stimulation therapies, chiropractic (by hand or instrument-based), laser, massage, or physical rehab modalities and exercises.
Client education is a priority in my practice. Appointment times are long so there is time to answer your questions and to share information that will set patients up for success as we go through this journey together.
When you have questions, I am here for you with follow-up texts or emails in between our appointments. I know it can feel lonely and confusing when you are searching for options to help your animal friends. I always provide ongoing support for you!
Offering customized treatment plans for every patient
“ My German Shepherd, Tyler, has had very bad spinal arthritis for over 8 years. He is now 11 years old. When he started dragging his back legs and had trouble going to the bathroom, I asked The Pet Stuff Place for an acupuncturist referral, and they told me about Lisa. Before we met Lisa, we were thinking that Tyler might not make it to the end of the year. We have Lisa to thank for providing Tyler the quality of life he needed to stay with us much longer than we had expected. Lisa’s style is great – she is down-to-earth, an animal lover, always has the animal’s best interests at heart, and she has recommended many pain solutions. So far, despite Ty’s declining health from old age, the acupuncture keeps Tyler comfortable and walking for 2 weeks at a time. By improving Tyler’s quality of life, Lisa has kept me and my family happy and grateful every day to have him around.”