Monday, July 15, 2013

Acuscope Myopulse Therapy for Dogs Orange County and San Bernardino

Gina Gould is a Certified Acuscope Myopulse therapist for equine and canine treatments in Southern California (Orange County, San Bernardino).  She is such a compassionate animal lover and has helped many dogs and horses get back on their feet. How can acuscope help your pet?  Acuscope is a microcurrent biofeedback instrument used to promote healing.  Acuscope has been used for years on horses and dogs, beginning with human professional athletes and racehorses.  Acuscope reduces inflammation and speeds up the recovery time of injuries.  Pets enjoy the treatments because it is gentle and relieves pain.

To contact Gina please email her at or call 714-746-7484 

Pet owners should seriously consider incorporating physical therapy or other forms of rehabilitation into their pets' healthcare routines for a multitude of reasons. Just like humans, animals can experience various physical ailments, injuries, or age-related conditions that may hinder their mobility and overall well-being. Physical therapy for pets can be instrumental in promoting faster recovery from surgeries, managing chronic pain, improving joint flexibility, and enhancing overall mobility. Moreover, it can address issues such as arthritis, obesity, and muscle atrophy, helping to maintain or regain a higher quality of life for the furry companions. Tailored rehabilitation programs not only focus on alleviating physical limitations but also contribute to the mental and emotional well-being of pets, as the exercises and therapeutic activities can provide mental stimulation and a sense of accomplishment. Investing in pet rehabilitation is a proactive approach to ensuring the longevity and happiness of our beloved animal friends.

Acuscope is just one of many therapies available to help improve the mobility of dogs.  Many veterinarians now offer chiropractic, laser and acupuncture.  You can find a veterinarian or practitioner by going to  If your dog is in pain, stiff and having trouble getting around, don't just assume it's old age.  Holistic modalities can be life-changing for many dogs.  To learn more about physical therapy and other forms of dog rehabilitation, click here 

Originally posted:  7/15/2013
Updated:  2/4/2024
Author:  Susan Blake Davis