Aquapuncture: a concise form of acupuncture
Aquapuncture is a form of acupuncture in which liquid vitamin B 12 is injected into the acupuncture points. Instead of having to sit still with regular acupuncture needles for 15-40 minutes, aquapuncture is completed in a very short amount of time. This is ideal for dogs or cats with busy schedules, or who have difficulty sitting still.
Aquapuncture delivers B vitamins to the acupuncture points, using tiny, insulin-size needles. Vitamin B12 helps the body to deal with stress, can increase appetite, energy level, improve digestion, help nerve function, and support adrenal glands. Aquapuncture also has the typical effects seen with acupuncture, such as reducing muscle spasms, increasing blood flow to a sore or stagnant area of the body, and provide relaxation and natural pain relief. Aquapuncture can be used to treat urinary incontinence, bladder infections, arthritis, paralysis, paresis, limping, vomiting, diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, intervertebral disc disease, skin infections, thyroid disorders, liver problems, nausea related to kidney failure, and much more.