Veterinary Acupunture
Could your animal benefit
from acupuncture?


Acupuncture, an ancient Chinese therapy,

is used to treat animals for a variety of ailments, including arthritis,
allergies and chronic pain. And, much like humans, the animals are
responding so well.

Veterinary Acupuncture

Which conditions can be treated by acupuncture?

Horses

  • back and neck pain
  • strained muscles and ligaments
  • nerve injuries: pain, paralysis and
    associated muscle wasting
  • various riding problems due to underlying soft tissue injuries

Dogs & Cats

  • back and neck pain
  • lameness due to soft tissue injuries
  • muscle and ligament strain
  • arthritis or joint degeneration
  • nerve damage and associated pain
  • limb paresis, paralysis and muscle atrophy

Dr Jan Still

Dr Jan Still with a horse receiving acupuncture

Dr Jan Still, a fully qualified veterinary surgeon and a member of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), offers animal acupuncture as an alternative treatment to traditional veterinary medicine for animals.

He holds post-graduate diplomas in acupuncture and anaesthesiology and has a special professional interest in acupuncture, sport & musculoskeletal medicine, pain-relief and neurological conditions.

Dr Still works in the Johannesburg and Pretoria area for appointments for horses.

Small animals are treated in Dr Still's rooms in Lonehill - a northern suburb of Johannesburg.