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I am a veterinarian certified in Animal Chiropractic (CAC), Veterinary Acupuncture (CVA) and Veterinary Herbalist (CVH).


Animal chiropractic: in this modality I palpate for subluxations or areas of the spine that are not moving normally and use an adjustment to correct the subluxation. An adjustment is a high velocity, low amplitude thrust through the plane of the joint. An adjustment is delivered manually (with the hand) or with an adjusting tool called an activator.


Animal acupuncture uses acupuncture points to influence the energy patterns and association of the meridians. The meridians are energy pathways that are interconnected to one another and to the organ systems of the body. It is possible to address patterns of disease and pain by using acupuncture points in combinations that move energy in the body. Diseases arise when energy along a meridian or in an organ is excessive, insufficient or blocked. Acupuncture helps restore the balance of energy in the body by creating a smooth flow of qi along the meridians.


Chinese herbal formulas are herbs used in combinations that help to restore balance or health to a animal. They can be used in conjunction with acupuncture, diet and lifestyle changes to promote optimal health.

About Dr Morag McMurray
Information about Dr Morag McMurray and the range of services she provides.
Contact Dr McMurray
Contact details for Dr Morag McMurray
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Equine Chiropractic
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