Dr. Patty Glover
Plover and Stevens Point, WI Veterinarian
Woodhaven Animal Health
Dr Patty Glover is trained and certified to provide Veterinary Acupuncture and Chiropractic services for dogs and cats. She has her own business, Naturally Balanced Veterinary Services, serving practices in the Fox Valley and Green Bay. Visit her web-site at www.NaturallyBalancedVet.com.
Education: Graduate of the University of Minnesota, School of Veterinary Medicine; Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (CVSMT), Options for Animals – College of Animal Chiropractic; Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA), Chi Institute
Career: Dr. Glover began her practice in northeast Wisconsin in 2001; she also shares her skills and teaches students at Options for Animals
We are lucky that Dr. Patty travels to our area to offer her expertise for our dog and cat patients. She is truly an amazing person!
At times, we have felt the frustration of a patient that does not respond to the treatments we have prescribed. Sometimes conventional medical therapies are not enough. Through the years, we have reached out to alternative modalities to include chiropractic care, as well as traditional acupuncture and herbal therapies for a few of our patients. These types of treatments should only be administered by a trained and licensed veterinarian.
As such, we are fortunate to have Dr. Patty Glover CVSMT, CVA, providing treatment for dog and cat patients at our clinic! As you will see below, there are many instances when it is appropriate to consider alternative treatment modalities for your pet. Dr. Patty will work with you and your pet to determine the appropriate treatment intervals. If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at (715) 341-9664.
Chiropractic Care or Veterinary Spinal Manipulation may be very beneficial for any of the following conditions:
- Muscle, joint or bone pain
- Lick granuloma
- Digestive problems
- Incontinence (urine / feces)
- Ear infections (recurrent)
- Anal Sac infections (recurrent)
**Basic adjustments for senior pets and athletic pets are very beneficial. Field trial dogs, agility dogs, and hunting dogs benefit from routine care.**
Acupuncture may benefit a pet with any of the following concerns:
- Muscle, joint & bone pain
- Kidney disease
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Digestive problems
- Skin diseases
- Hormonal disease
- Nervous system disease
**Routine treatment for senior pets may be very helpful to restore “balance” in the body.**