Shawnee & Lenexa

September 24, 2013 12:00 AM

A different view of animal health: Holistic veterinarians are growing in number, acceptance

Even though she’s performed acupuncture on every animal from dogs to cows for a decade, Ricki Brozman never tires of that happy pang she gets in her heart every time she helps ease an animal’s pain. It’s why she does what she does. Her unconventional veterinary treatments, such as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, have turned Brozman into a hero for her clients.

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