Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a chronic condition affecting the intestines. Most commonly, middle-aged and older dogs suffer from this disease. The symptoms include vomiting, diarrhoea, and weight loss. The underlying cause of this condition may be related to a food allergy and has to be treated with an elimination diet concurrently..
- LI 11 – just below the elbow joint, cranial to an easily palpable bony prominence.
- PC 06 – 2 cun proximal to the carpal joint between the tendons.
- SP 06 – 3 cun proximal to hock joint, on the caudal aspect of the tibia (bone).
- ST 36 – just distal to the knee joint, on the cranial border of the leg.
- LIV 3 – between the 2nd & 3rd toe.
- BL 20 – 1.5 cun away from the midline, just cranial to the last rib.
- BL 21 – 1.5 cun away from the midline, just caudal to the last rib.
- BL 25 – 1,5 cun away from the midline, at the level of the 5th lumbar vertebra.
- ST 25 – 2 cun from the ventral midline, at the level of the umbilicus.
- Make sure a proper diagnosis has been made and an elimination diet is fed.
- Rotary massaging at PC 06