An 11-year old female rabbit, began experiencing sudden onset rear limb lameness about 8 weeks ago. Upon examination it was discovered that she was experiencing significant arthritis, as well as possible nerve impingement. When first presented to Dr. Nell, Bunbert was stiff and sore when she performed range of motion exercises. Her owner reported she was no longer using her right leg and seemed depressed. After 5 weeks of acupuncture, laser therapy, and the use of Chinese herbs, Bunbert is now able to bear weight evenly on both of her hind limbs. Her owner reports she was able to decrease Bunbert's western anti-inflammatory dose by 1/3 and that Bunbert has resumed her normal activities of thumping, running around with the house cat, and getting under foot!
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