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At Coastal Holistic, we offer holistic veterinary care for dogs and cats. In holistic medicine, we treat the whole system, not just the current symptom. In addition to high quality general practice we also offer acupuncture, chiropractic, and herbal medicine.
Due to COVID 19 our current policy is as follows:
For medication pick ups please call the office when you arrive, 650-355-2810. Once payment has been received via phone we will leave the medication on the bench out front.
For doctor appointments please call the office upon arrival, 650-355-2810. Please wait in your vehicle till further instructed. You will receive a follow up call to begin the consultation via phone. Once the consultation has been concluded your pet will be brought into the clinic for examination/treatment. Following the exam, your pet will be returned with instructions.
Payments (credit card) will be done over the phone.
Thank you for your understanding and corporation.
Our doctors are licensed veterinarians, which allows us to provide the most modern, non-invasive Western veterinary care with a holistic point-of-view. We like to think this meas we have "more tools in our toolbox" when it comes to treating your pet. If needed we can perform diagnostic testing including, bloodwork, urine/ fecal analysis, and cytology, and we can also prescribe necessary Western medications. We have a wide network of referral hospitals that we work with if your pet requires additional services.
Acupuncture is the therapy whereby special solid metal needles are inserted into specific locations in the body (called acupuncture points) to prevent and treat disease. Acupuncture points are arranged in an orderly network of interconnecting meridians, which exist in predictable locations throughout the body. These meridians are connected in a specific order according to how and when the body's life energy – called Qi (chee) or Ki (kee) – flows through them.
The bones of the spine and joints are maintained in a specific alignment. The nerves surrounding each joint and vertebral articulation are in constant communication with the central nervous system, brain and organs. When even a subtle change in the alignment occurs, it is called a subluxation. Subluxations affect the nervous system, local muscles, joints and even distant organs, glands and body functions. The method of correcting these subluxations is known as chiropractic therapy or "adjustment." Chiropractic adjustments can change nervous system input, affect blood flow, and alter hormone and neurotransmitter levels, thereby directly affecting the organs, glands, skin, and joints.
Herbs have therapeutic qualities that are capable of balancing the emotional, mental and physical states of animals. These remedies do not mask or suppress symptoms, as is the case with many Western veterinary medications; herbs treat the deepest constitutional causes of illness.
Proper nutrition is the best preventative medicine, and the foods our pets eat provide the building blocks for their health, well-being and healing. Accordingly, nutritional counseling is an integral part of our service offering.
1830A Palmetto Ave
Pacifica, CA 94044
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At Coastal Holistic we strive to provide a comfortable, calm and quiet environment for healing your pet. It is for this reason that we do not offer emergency services. Our goal is for our clinic to feel more like a home than a hospital.
Our doctors are licensed veterinarians, which allows us to provide the most modern, non-invasive Western veterinary care with a holistic point-of-view. We like to think this means we have "more tools in our toolbox" when it comes to treating your pet. If needed, we can perform diagnostic testing including, bloodwork, urine/ fecal analysis, and cytology, and we can also prescribe necessary Western medications. We have a wide network of referral hospitals that we work with if your pet requires additional services.