Local Veterinarian Dr. Tiffany Margolin
“Brings It” to your home.
L.A. and Ventura County locals may already be aware of Dr. Tiffany Margolin DVM; she has contributed to numerous publications, lectures around the country and for many years had one of the most popular radio shows called “All About Pets”
Dr. Margolin’s passion ” Living her dream: helping your dogs, cats and exotic pets back to health.”
Dr. Margolin has taken her Veterinarian practive to a another level combining Eastern and Western medicine, opening an In-home Vet Sitting Business and now “The Doctor is in the House”.
Dr. Margolin can be seen driving the streets of Los Angeles and Ventura County at any given moment actually doing house calls. Yes good ol’ fashion “House Calls” for the animals.
I remember growing up watching television shows and recall always seeing “a doctor in the house”, those days have long passed if you know what I mean. A doctors office or in this case a veterinarian office is now an appointment that seems to require a lot of patience and half of your day, so for bringing back a touch of nostalgia, I salute you Dr. Margolin.
House Calls = Less Stress, Personalized Service and A True Personal Touch . I love it.
Her Medicine Bag carries a balance of both eastern and western practices inside and along with traditional medicine she is also trained and certified in:
- Veterinary Acupuncture
- Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) animal chiropractic technique
- Herbal medicine
Acupuncture is the insertion of tiny, sterile stainless steel needles in precise locations on your pet’s body. This placement sends messages directly to the central nervous system. The brain then responds by sending natural healingchemicals to the affected areas, improving blood supply, stopping pain, and repairing damaged tissues. Some conditions that respond well to acupuncture include muscle pain, arthritis (in conjunction with VOM), disc disease, decreased appetite, inflammatory bowel disease, skin allergies, nerve weakness and paralysis, reproductive disorders and other internal disorders.
Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) is a chiropractic technique that utilizes a gentle activator to bring health back to your pet’s musculoskeletal system. Categorized uniquely (not chiropractic manipulation of bones), it is specifically engineered to GENTLY rehabilitate the blood supply to intervertebral discs, those areas responsible for spinal health. Excellent success with both keeping athletic dogs injury-free, and rehabilitating more chronic problems in older pets.
Herbal Treatment :The use of Herbs to treat various illnesses in animals has been growing steadily in the Western World. We believe Herbal therapy canmaximize the healing outcome.
Homotoxicology: The goal of treatment in homotoxicology is to detoxify the body and restore the body’s natural biorhythms. Homotoxicology involves using homeopathic remedies to facilitate the removal of toxins and stimulate the body’s capacity to heal itself. The practice of Homotoxicology incorporates the philosophy that each body possesses an innate self-healing mechanism that can prevent and treat illness.
Integrative Medicine allows one to treat the sum of all of the parts to affect the whole
I urge you to open the door and learn more about alternative options that can perhaps be just what your pet/s needs to live a long comfortable, healthy life.
Give Dr. Margolin a call, chat about your concerns, you may just find your answers.
I already have my Welcome Mat ready!
Dr. Margolin is a current member and past president (2005) of the Santa Barbara Ventura Veterinary Medical Association, a member of the Association of Avian Vets, the California Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Tiffany Margolin, DVM, Diplomate ABVP-Avian, Acupuncture, Homotoxicology, VOM Cert
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