New vet clinic to fo­cus on nat­u­ral heal­ing reme­dies

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS - SAM SMALL­BONE

PETS can put their minds at ease with a new vet clinic open­ing in Moss­man next Wed­nes­day.

Moss­man’s new vet­eri­nary clinic Hands-on Heal­ing is set to open its doors on De­cem­ber 1 and pro­vide qual­ity care for all an­i­mals a com­bi­na­tion of nat­u­ral heal­ing treat­ments.

Man­ager Dr Viki Dioszegi was one of the first doc­tors to in­tro­duce titer test­ing to mea­sure spe­cific im­mu­nity for ma­jor dis­eases in the re­gion.

“It is al­ways bet­ter for the an­i­mal to re­ceive drug-free meth­ods of treat­ment,” she said.

“I would like each an­i­mal to be looked at as an in­di­vid­ual and be treated with tra­di­tional vet­eri­nary care, but I also wanted to of­fer mem­bers of the com­mu­nity a clinic that also pro­vides nat­u­ral treat­ments, to give them more op­tions.”

Dick Her­swell and his wife Beryl are back­ing Dr Dioszegi fi­nan­cially af­ter she treated one of their horses.

“She is very pro­fes­sional and we could see a lot of po­ten­tial and there was a need for an al­ter­na­tive vet­eri­nary clinic in the re­gion,” Mr Her­swell said.

The vet­eri­nary clinic will pro­vide com­plete vet care, acupunc­ture, herbal medicine, man­ual ther­a­pies, home­opa­thy, nutrition and natur­opa­thy for all types of an­i­mals.

“I want us to cater for all an­i­mals that come in, we will also be pro­vid­ing a mo­bile ser­vice for larger an­i­mals such as cat­tle and horses as there is a huge de­mand for these ser­vices in the area,” Dr Dioszegi said.

Dr Dioszegi has al­ready re­ceived at­ten­tion from clients out of town as they are one of the few clin­ics to pro­vide nat­u­ral treat­ments and ther­a­pies.

Pet par­adise: Sarah Pot­ter, Dr Viki Dioszegi and Re­nee Shep­herd­son dish out some ten­der lov­ing care

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