Vertebral and articular manipulation therapy is a part of holistic veterinarian medicine. This therapy was developed mid 20th century and has seen constant expansion. It’s thanks to the patience, passion, and experience of several generations of veterinarians and chiropractors who’ve created space to allow for its evolution in America. Although not as widespread in Quebec for the time being, it’s now officially recognized as a veterinary practice.
Acupuncture is a medicine as such and has been around for over 5000 years.
The Balance Method practiced by Dr. Tremblay is taught by the Chi Institute based on the practice methods of several famous acupuncturists. It is a method inspired by the writings of the first acupuncture book, the I-Ching. There are presently less than 200 veterinary practitioners worldwide of this exceptional method.