Dr. David Chen is a licensed NY state certified veterinary acupuncturist, treating your pets needs with an integrative approach that utilizes acupuncture, traditional chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM), herbal and neutraceutical recommendations. We work with your primary veterinarian and various rehabilitation facilities on Long Island to provide the best approach to your pet's whole body health. Dr. David Chen has years of experience treating serious conditions. Beyond first rate pet care, we make our visit as comfortable, stress-free, and calm as possible. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.
Integrative Pet Vet provides integrative and alternative approach to veterinary medicine in the comfort of your own home or at an affiliated rehabilitation facility.
Current affiliated rehabilitation facilities include:
Rehabilitation department at Long Island Veterinary Specialists in Plainview, NY (website: www.livs.org)
Rehabilitation department at East End Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center in Riverhead, NY (website: www.pet-ER.com)
Rehabilitation department at Healing Hands 4 Pets (Shirley Veterinary Hospital) in Shirley, NY (website: www.healinghandsforpaws.com)
To schedule an appointment for in home consultation or to schedule an appointment at one of these facilities feel free to call (516)619-6992 or the rehabilitation departments at an affiliated facilities.
At Integrative Pet Vet, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
NOW OPEN AND ACCEPTING CLIENTS.
THERE ARE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF CLIENTS ACCEPTED PER MONTH.
"When conventional medicine was no longer able to benefit my dog. Dr Chen was the key to our success. Dr. Chen's calm, efficient demeanor and compassionate nature made a difficult situation better again and I am profoundly grateful."
Christine H. / Bellmore, NY
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