More About Newt:
Originally, Newt was not expected to survive. He is now eight years old, and has not only survived, but thrived.
Newt is not being managed according to
traditional recommendations; however, this approach seems to be working very
well for him. We are maintaining a fully integrative medical management
approach, combining elements of traditional, as well as complimentary care.
Lactulose and antibiotics, in conjunction with home-cooked meals, on-demand
energy work, acupuncture, acupressure and massage are the core of his
Newt has been medically managed with a combination of home-cooked meals, antibiotics, Lactulose, Acupuncture, and various types of energy work.
Newt's HE symptoms have included:
Newt's care has incorporated complementary modalities, in conjunction with traditional veterinary recommendations for a fully-integrative approach:
Traditional vet approach:
For the first ten months of his life, Newt did not speak or
vocalize in any way. After his first acupuncture session, following his
January 2009 ER visit, he finally learned to talk.
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