Dr. Margo Roman, Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton: Holistic Veterinary Services
Dec 22, 2013 09:31PM
Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (MASH) offers conventional veterinary medicine and alternative therapies in a balanced whole health approach to pet health care. Doctors and other holistic care center practitioners support each pet’s vital energy for good health and self-healing.
The caring and compassionate staff uses nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic and other modalities along with traditional diagnostics to optimize each pet’s health. “We recognize that your pet is an important member of your family,” says Dr. Margo Roman, veterinarian and practice owner. “From well visits to treating chronic disease, we offer medicine that respects the integrity of your pet’s mind, body and spirit.”
Other services offered include functional nutrition, dentals, ozone therapy, vaccine titers, immune system support, cancer prevention and support, ultraviolet light blood irradiation (UVBI) therapy and micro-biome restoration therapy.
MASH teaches clients how to keep animals healthy, avoiding unnecessary vaccinations, pesticides, drugs and procedures. “When people are told invasive and expensive procedures are their pet’s only option,” Roman says, “a needed and helpful lifesaving option might be to get the viewpoint from another experienced veterinarian.”
Acupuncture, ozone, herbs, homeopathy and functional nutrition and medicine have been known to help animals with a chronic disease or cancer that have been given a poor prognosis. With the number of dogs and cats diagnosed with cancer increasing, the need to strengthen pets’ immune systems to prevent disease is critical.
As part of its overall commitment to bring health and healing to their patients and caretakers, the MASH office building is eco-friendly and green, and feng shui principles were practiced to create a pleasant setting for the animals.
“People reading Natural Awakenings are looking for additional healthy living support, and we offer that care for their animals.”