Welcome to Plano Animal Clinic! Dr. Alan Ward owner & practicing veterinarian
VOM/Cold LASER Spinal Adjustments Natural Healing without Surgery or Drugs.
Many of our therapies are alternative in nature but not exclusively.
Adopting pets from humane societies and animal shelters saves lives.
Can a virus be cured? Dr. Ward's opinion is “Yes” A virus can be stopped.

Dr. Ward and his staff, welcome you to Plano Animal Clinic

We invite you to visit us in person. Our general services include both wellness and sick patient visits, vaccinations, soft-tissue and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, full laboratory testing, radiology, pharmacy, and microchip identification.

Our alternative services have come to the forefront in the last 10 years, and we've seen some real breakthroughs. I am especially pleased with our results in treating pets with potentially lethal viral diseases, such as canine distemper and parvovirus, and irritating diseases such as kennel cough. We've also enjoyed success in treating feline viral diseases, such as feline leukemia, FIV, rhinotracheitis, and calicivirus. In addition, we have developed some novel approaches to treating heartworm disease, allergy, allergic dermatitis, hyperlipemia, and more. Another exciting area of care for our patients at PAC is spinal adjustment therapy (VOM Spinal Adjustment). We combine the VOM technique with Erchonia cold laser therapy and LED light-point acupuncture to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders from back pain and weakness to hind limb paralysis.

Since embarking on this style of practice, our patients have enjoyed a higher level of healthy living, reduced sick patient visits, and fewer trips to the emergency room after hours. Improved health for your best friend may be just a phone call away.

Forty Year War

The ”War on Cancer” was officially declared by President Richard Nixon on December 23, 1971. So how is the “search for the cure” going some forty plus years later? Not so well, actually. Cancer still kills over half a million Americans annually. In lieu of actually curing the disease, researchers have had to retreat to the position of redefining the word “cure”. In cancer speak, a cure represents a 5-year survival after diagnosis in human medicine, and a 1-year survival after diagnosis in veterinary medicine. Despite researchers best efforts, cancer is likely to retain its seat on the throne for some time to come as the most feared and dreaded disease of the modern world.

The conventional treatment of cancer has not changed a great deal over the past few decades. It still relies heavily on surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Of the three, surgery offers the only hope for a complete cure, assuming that the entire cancerous mass can be removed before it has spread to other parts of the body. Chemotherapy and radiation are considered palliative therapy. Palliative therapy in human medicine focuses more on length of life, while palliative therapy in veterinary medicine focuses more on quality of life.

The good news is that new pharmaceuticals have been introduced recently in both human and veterinary medicine that disrupt the cancer’s ability to communicate with itself. Oncologists (cancer specialists) believe these new drugs will help them treat a variety of cancers more effectively.

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Plano Animal Clinic

3205 Alma, Ste 415
Plano, TX 75075

Phone: (972) 422-5116

Paralyzed Dogs

The treatment methods that have been the most beneficial for our patients over the past few years include: Immune modulation, VOM spinal adjustments, Cold LASER therapy & LED acupuncture.

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