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Acupuncture used to treat acute non-septic arthritis

Case report by Lucie DEVEUGLE (lucie.deveugle@hotmail.com).

Full title: Acupuncture was used to treat acute non-septic knee arthritis in a bernese mountain dog

Abstract: Acupuncture therapy was used to treat acute non-septic knee arthritis in a Bernese Mountain Dog. A traumatic cause was suspected. Two dry needling sessions in a weekly interval were performed. The knee pain, the swollen and the lameness improved after the first treatment. A discreet pain especially after rest and a discomfort, when the knee was extended by force during manipulation, were still observed but disappeared after the second session.

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