Brown Veterinary Housecalls / Acupuncture TCVM Housecall

Brown Veterinary Housecalls

Mesa, AZ 85205


car logoHousecall-TCVM Option TCVM Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine animal icon

 grey horse iconplease click for equine specific site 

Four Pillars of TCVM

Acupunctureacupuncture iconHerbal Medicine herbal iconFood Therapyherbal icon Tui-Na

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TCVM can be integrated into every medical condition & tailored to each individual patient


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TCVM Fees-dogs/cats

TCVM Fees-horses

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TCVM Services are also available with Dr. Brown at Soul Puppy Holistic Healing (downtown Mesa TCVM specialty office for dogs & cats). Equine Acupuncture-TCVM is Dr. Browns site dedicated to horses. Please click icons to learn more

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Acupuncture has been performed on people and animals for thousands of years

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acupuncture icon Beneficial effects confirmed by modern research include:

yin yang icon Pain Relief 

yin yang icon Tissue Healing 

yin yang icon Immunoregulation 

yin yang icon Anti-Inflammatory Effects 

yin yang icon GI motility...and more   

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acupuncture icon INDICATIONS FOR TCVM

yin yang icon Wellness & Prevention 

paw icon Treat the imbalance before it becomes dis-ease

yin yang icon Performance Enhancement 

yin yang icon Behavior & Anxiety 

yin yang icon Pain relief  

paw icon Acute & Chronic Pain

paw icon Post op pain management

paw icon Arthritic & Joint pain

paw icon Neck & Back pain

paw icon Ocular pain

paw icon Muscle Soreness

yin yang icon Allergies

yin yang icon Musculoskeletal Problems

paw icon Osteoarthritis

paw icon Tendon/Ligament Injury

paw icon Cruciate Ligament Injury

horse shoe icon Lameness

horse shoe icon Laminitis 

horse shoe icon Muscle soreness 

yin yang icon Neurologic Disorders

paw icon Seizures 

paw icon IVDD

paw icon Paralysis/Paresis

paw icon Degenerative Myelopathy 

paw icon Vestibular Disorders

yin yang icon Gastrointestinal Disorders

paw icon Vomiting

paw icon Acute or Chronic Diarrhea

paw icon IBD

paw icon Pancreatitis

paw icon Decreased appetite

horse shoe icon Colic 

yin yang icon Internal Medicine Conditions

paw icon Kidney Disease

paw icon Acute or Chronic Renal Failure

paw icon Liver Disease

paw icon Thyroid and Adrenal Disease 

paw icon IMHA/ITP

yin yang icon Ocular disorders

horse shoe icon Corneal Ulcers 

horse shoe icon Uveitis 

yin yang icon Cancer 

paw icon Adjunct treatment i.e. osteosarcoma,  lymphoma, etc. 

paw icon Hospice

paw icon Quality of Life

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The number & frequency of treatments varies with each individual patient

yin yang icon Three to Six treatments 1 to 2 weeks apart then monthly or as needed on a case by case basis is most common

yin yang icon Many patients benefit from tune up treatments every 1 to 3 months as maintenance of chronic conditions and general wellness and prevention 

yin yang icon The sooner treatments are started the better the response 

yin yang icon Treatment packages or individual treatments available after initial TCVM exam/consult 

yin yang icon More than one treatment is needed to gauge a response

yin yang icon TCVM is a slow process and commitment to healing and well being 

Treat the imbalance before it becomes dis-ease

vitamin B bottle and syringe for aquapuncture



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Chinese Herbal Medicine utilizes herbs to correct imbalances that underlie disease pattern(s) while promoting the body's natural ability to heal itself


herbal iconChinese Herbal selection is based on many factors tailored to each individual patient

yin yang icon Patient Signalment and Medical History

yin yang icon Current Diagnostic Lab and Imaging Results

yin yang icon Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis

yin yang icon TCVM Exam

yin yang icon Diagnostic Scan Results -horses 

yin yang icon Season/Time of Year

yin yang icon Five Element Theory Patient Constitution 

yin yang icon Principles of Yin/Yang specific to patient 

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yin yang icon Dr. Brown utilizes Chinese Herbal blends from Jing Tang Herbal with convenient home delivery. 

yin yang icon Herbal Formulations consist of tea pill, tincture, capsule or powder

yin yang icon The herbal profile with prescription is a prepaid service and not an in person appointment for established acupuncture patients only. Additional fees & restrictions apply. Please allow up to 10 to 14 business days for completion. No refunds, returns or exchanges

Note: Does not include owner purchased herbs from unknown sources online or local


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TCVM Food Therapy utilizes diet to treat and prevent imbalances within the body


TCVM icon TCVM Food Therapy is customized to each individual patient based on TCVM pattern diagnosis, food energetics and more

yin yang icon Food Therapy recommendations are based on the principles of TCVM

yin yang icon This service is available for established acupuncture patients only-additional fees & restrictions apply 

yin yang icon The TCVM Food Therapy consult is a prepaid service and not an in person appointment. Please allow up to 10 to 14 days for completion. No refunds

yin yang icon Please note this is not the same as a veterinary board certified nutritionist counseling 

Note: not available for growing puppies or kittens

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Wyatt Brown eating carrot



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Cisco demonstrating a De Qi response during his acupuncture treatment



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