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Update as of 1/6/2021: Dr Mathis broke her hand Christmas Eve and is in a cast. She is seeing patients again but has limited ability to hold rambunctious animals and no way to do muscle testing for NAET at this time. She is still trying to see animals outside the home for everyone’s Covid protection but needs a dry area. If you would like to get on the list please fill out the new client information form and she will keep you updated.

House Call Holistic Veterinarian

Treating Your Pet Using the Five Element Theory

About 3000 years ago, in China, Five Element Theory was introduced. This theory is a way to look at the world, relating elemental phases to weather, seasons, health, sounds, and many other things. It is one of the diagnostic theories of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) which has been proven and tested for millennia. Dr. Mathis, our house call holistic veterinarian of My Other Vet, uses all five branches of TCVM – Acupuncture, Herbs, Tuina (massage), Food Therapy, and Qi Gong (energy work) to lead your pet back to health.

In addition to TCVM, Dr. Mathis has been doing positive reinforcement behavior work for over 30 years. Behavior work ups can be done alone or integrated with Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Her excellent Western medical training at UC Davis School of  Veterinary Medicine allows her to interpret and integrate any on-going Western treatments your pet is receiving. Integrating Eastern and Western medicines ensures your pet is receiving the best of both worlds, so Dr. Mathis tries to work closely with your regular Western veterinarian.

Dr. Mathis, of My Other Vet, uses all five branches of TCVM – Acupuncture, Herbs, Tuina (massage), Food Therapy and Qi Gong (energy work) to lead your pet back to health.

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About 3000 years ago, in China, Five Element Theory was introduced. This theory is a way to look at the world, relating elemental phases to weather, seasons, health, sounds and many other things. It is one of the diagnostic theories of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) which has been proven and tested for millennia.

In addition to TCVM, Dr. Mathis has been doing positive reinforcement behavior work for over 30 years. Behavior work ups can be done alone or integrated with Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Her excellent Western medical training at UC Davis School of  Veterinary Medicine allows her to interpret and integrate any on-going Western treatments your pet is receiving. Integrating Eastern and Western medicines ensures your pet is receiving the best of both worlds, so Dr. Mathis tries to work closely with your regular Western veterinarian.

House Call Holistic Veterinarian

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