Acupuncture Clinic

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Unfortunately we are currently unable to offer our acupuncture service for referring vets. 

Pain free therapy for chronic conditions

Our Acupuncture Clinic is held on Wednesday morning at Coastway Kemp Town and is headed by Guy Liebenberg MSc BVSc MRCVS. Appointments are possible on other weekdays, subject to availability, at Coastway Portslade on Boundary Road. It is best to call Guy to discuss your individual case and to arrange the appointment.

 

Guy has specialised in Acupuncture since 2007 when he completed the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists foundation course and the electro-acupuncture course. This allowed him to start practicing as a veterinary acupuncturist where he has been achieving great success with dogs, cats and small furries. Acupuncture is suitable for the treatment of back pain, spondylosis, arthritis, strains and sprains, lick granulomas and chronic skin conditions, urinary and feacal incontinence, epilepsy, and lameness.

“Max my Labrador used to jump into the back of the car when we went out. When he stopped I took him to Guy who diagnosed hip and knee arthritis and after 2 sessions of acupuncture, he was getting into the car on his own again.”

Contact Us

To make an appointment at our Acupuncture Clinic, call 01273 692257 (Kemp town branch) or 426100 (Portslade branch). You can also email Guy at [email protected].

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