Mandala Integrative Veterinary Care
COVID Statement from MIVC
Holistic Veterinary Care for Dogs, Cats and Horses in Boulder & Nederland
Mandala Integrative Veterinary Care (MIVC) is an integrative and holistic veterinary practice for dogs, cats and horses. Our clinic space is located in the foothills west of downtown Boulder, Colorado near Nederland. Dr Kelly Keeney specializes in integrative and holistic veterinary medicine with a focus on balanced preventative and individualized veterinary care including acupuncture, Chinese and Western herbal medicine (including customized herbal treatment plans) and food therapy/nutrition counseling. House and farm calls are also available on a limited schedule.
Dr. Keeney provides comprehensive holistic and western veterinary care. Her approach is integrative and individualized. Visits are usually between 45-60 min and include physical examination, acupuncture, Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) if appropriate, herbal medicine plan, food therapy recommendations, etc. Other western services and diagnostics are also offered such as blood, urine and fecal testing and limited non-emergency medical procedures. We also provide: vaccinations, deworming, skin scrapes/aspirates, ear cleaning/cytology, anal gland expression, administration of subcutaneous fluids, and wound cleaning. Dr. Keeney also offers hospice care and compassionate euthanasia for the Boulder and the Nederland communities.
Acupuncture is a healing modality that was first used by the ancient Chinese over 4000 years ago. It works by rebalancing the flow of blood and qi through the body via pathways called meridians. Dr. Keeney uses acupuncture both diagnostically and therapeutically. She tracks changes within the pulse in response to stimulating different acupuncture points and this guides her treatment plan. Acupuncture is nearly always a part of the comprehensive care plan at Mandala Integrative Veterinary Care.
"I focus on providing the body with the natural tools that it needs to heal itself from the inside out. Integrative medicine can really be the best of both worlds, drawing on the strengths of multiple medicines and techniques to find the gentlest and most effective combination for the individual. By supporting the body’s pathways to self-healing we can achieve true and lasting health."
~Kelly Keeney DVM, CVA