Shauna Ault, DVM

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Name:
Shauna Ault, DVM
Company:
Aulternatives PC
Phone:
808-800-4371 or 208-250-9665
Hours:
Monday through Friday, by appointment

Aulternatives LogoAulternatives is a mobile holistic veterinary care service located in Maui, Hawaii, focused on alternative and complementary care for large and small companion animals.

Modalities include chiropractic and acupuncture therapy, laser therapy, Chinese and Western herbal medicine, homeopathy, bioresonance, kinesiology, NAET allergy elimination, and Reconnective Healing. House and farm calls allow your animals to remain in the comfort of their home environment while the doctor comes to you.

Dr Shauna Ault

Dr Shauna Ault graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. After several years in conventional companion animal and equine practice, she began to pursue training in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. This opened the doors to many new and effective ways of helping her patients. Certification in veterinary chiropractic soon followed. Dr. Ault has continually added more skills and modalities over the years, becoming one of the most diverse holistic practitioners in the country.

Chiropractic Therapy

Chiropractic therapy helps animals to regain their optimum health, by restoring complete nerve signal transmission and relieving pain. Dr. Ault is certified in animal chiropractic through the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. Adjustments are specific and gentle. Additional techniques include Network Spinal Analysis, Bio-kinetics, massage and myofascial release, essential oils, and emotional rebalancing.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) incorporates acupuncture and herbal medications to restore and maintain health. Dr. Ault received acupuncture training in 1997 through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). Acupuncture is well-tolerated by most animals. Those who are too sensitive for traditional needle placement can have acupoints stimulated with light, heat, pressure, essential oils, or sound frequency. Acute issues may resolve in 1 or 2 treatments. Chronic health problems may require several treatments, or ongoing maintenance care. Chinese herbal medicine is also a powerful method of restoring and maintaining health.

Energetic Modalities

Energetic modalities include Bio-Resonance Therapy, Laser therapy, NAET allergy elimination therapy, Homeopathy, Isoenergetic remedies and emotional balancing blends specific to the animal's needs, and Reconnective Healing.

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