Holistic Information

Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole animal – body, mind, spirit, and emotions.

What sort of conditions can homeopathy treat?

Most illnesses in animals will respond to homeopathic medicines and some can be treated solely with homeopathy. Conditions that often respond well include atopic dermatitis, allergies, arthritis, gastro-intestinal problems, musculo-skeletal conditions, behavioral problems, ageing conditions and cancer

Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a system of medicine that helps the body heal itself. A veterinary homeopathic consultation focuses on the whole animal and homeopathic medicines are selected on the basis of all aspects of the patient and their symptoms. This means that each treatment like each animal is unique. Most illnesses in animals will respond to homeopathic treatment and some can be treated solely with homeopathy.

Homeopathic medicines are derived from natural substances including plants and minerals and are extremely safe to use.

A homeopathic consultation is required for new cases and will last approximately 1 hour.

Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine refers to using a plant’s seeds, roots, leaves, bark or flowers for medicinal purposes. Plants have been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded history.
In the early 19th century when chemical analysis first became available, Scientists began to extract and modify the active ingredients from plants. Later, chemists began making their own version of plant compounds and over time the use of herbal medicines declined in favor of drugs. Almost one quarter of pharmaceutical drugs are derived from botanical s.

Homeopathic medicines are derived from natural substances including plants and minerals and are extremely safe to use.

A homeopathic consultation is required for new cases and will last approximately 1 hour.

ACUPUNCTURE

The most commonly treated species are dogs, cats and horses, but smaller pets including rabbits and guinea pigs can also be safely treated. Your pet’s first acupuncture session will take about 20-30 minutes and in that time we will ask a thorough and detailed history, examine the patient and discuss a treatment plan.

OPENING HOURS

What time Glenbrae opens?

Bearsden

Monday 8.30-8pm
Tuesday - Friday 8.30-7pm
Saturday 8.30-4.30pm

 Dumbarton

Monday - Friday 8.30-6.30pm
Saturday - 9am-12.30pm

 

Muirhead

Monday - Friday 8.30-6.30pm
Saturday - 9am-12.30pm

At Bearsden
49 - 53 Stockiemuir
Ave Bearsden, Glasgow.
G61 3JJ

0141 942 7070

reception@glenbraevet.co.uk

At Dumbarton
18 Station
Road, Dumbarton
G82 INS

01389 765 555

castlebrae@glenbraevet.co.uk

At Muirhead
5 - 7 Station Road, Glasgow
G69 9EF

0141 465 8800

muirhead@glenbraevet.co.uk

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