• We incorporate the ancient art of acupuncture and modern complementary therapies with a foundation based in western veterinary medicine, providing a whole-body approach to your horse's health.

Acupuncture - Spinal Manipulation - Therapeutic Laser - Herbal Medicine

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UPDATE: Equipuncture is excited to get back to helping your horse(s) - we are now scheduling appointments on a limited basis. Dr. Reed will be taking the below precautions for the safety of her clients, herself, and her family:⠀ .⠀ 1. No clients present at appointments and only scheduling at private facilities or boarding facilities with limited foot traffic⠀ 2. No new patients are being scheduled at this time until we can safely schedule appointments with clients present⠀ 3. Limiting number of daily appointments⠀ 4. No paper exchange (electronic payments only, invoices and reports will be emailed)⠀ 5. No appointment if client (or others in close association with client or patient) have recently been sick⠀ .⠀ These restrictions will continue until Dr. Reed’s maternity leave begins in July/August. We miss our patients (and clients!) and appreciate your continued understanding. If you’d like to schedule an appointment within these parameters, please contact us.⠀ .⠀ If we are unable to schedule a face-to-face appointment, Dr. Reed is still available by phone and email to address any concerns, to schedule telemedicine consultations, and to add to our waiting list for when we return to normal scheduling. Also, check out our recent Facebook and Instagram posts featuring many of Dr. Reed’s favorite acupuncture points to provide your horse with some acupressure care “at home”. We can't wait to get back to helping your horses perform at their best! Stay safe.⠀ .⠀ 512-522-8164⠀ doc@equi-puncture.com

UPDATE: . Dear clients and fellow horse lovers, Equipuncture is currently remaining temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We love and miss our patients and love providing them with acupuncture and chiropractic care, however, to do our part to protect our community and our loved ones, we will not be seeing patients in person for the time being. As many of you know, Dr. Reed is pregnant due in August and is also a caregiver for her 98 year old grandmother - we are taking these extra precautions to keep our family safe. Please know we are re-evaluating this decision daily to determine when we will be able to safely start seeing appointments again. . In the meantime, Dr. Reed is available by phone and email to address any concerns, to schedule telemedicine consultations as possible, and to add to our list of clients requesting appointments when we reopen. Also, check out our recent Facebook and Instagram posts featuring many of Dr. Reed’s favorite acupuncture points to provide your horse with some acupressure care “at home”. . We can't wait to get back to helping your horses perform at their best! Stay safe.

Acupuncture Point of the Day: Gallbladder 1 (GB 1), Tai-yang⠀ .⠀ Uses: Head shaking, anhidrosis, conjunctivitis⠀ .⠀ Dr. Reed commonly uses this point for horses with anhidrosis during our hot and humid seasons and for horses with ocular pathologies (such as uveitis or corneal ulcers) in conjunction with their primary care vet’s medical treatments. In addition, this point is useful for horses with hip pain as the Gallbladder meridian goes around the horse’s hip joint.⠀ .⠀ Fun fact: Horses do not have a gallbladder!