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A Holistic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of:

  • Allergies and hot spots
  • Arthritis
  • Anterior (cranial) cruciate tear (ACL or CCL)
  • Chronic ear infections and itchy skin
  • Hair loss or dandruff on skin and coat
  • Chronic urinary tract infections, bladder stones or urinary crystals
  • Hip dysplasia (scroll down for more info)
  • Allergy testing (scroll down for more info)
  • Prolapsed disc or hindquarter weakness
  • Lyme disease
  • Chronic respiratory, kidney, or liver disease
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Joint Manipulations


Applied Kinesiology


Clinical Nutrition


Allergy Testing

Laser Therapy

About Bev London

Hi, I’m Dr. Bev London. It pleases me that you are interested in investigating alternative options of healing your beloved animals. I knew very little about holistic medicine after graduating from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After acquiring more education, London Veterinary Energy Medicine was established in 2000 upon completion of board certification in Animal Chiropractic. Two years later I became board certified in Chinese Medicine to offer acupuncture as a treatment modality. An advanced animal chiropractic course introduced me to Applied Kinesiology and Nutritional Response Testing. This is where my passion lies; treating metabolic imbalances that cause chronic disease. It is definitely a challenge to discover the root cause of chronic disease and the physiology behind it. For more information on my formal education please refer to my Resume Page.

I cannot express how fulfilling my career has been by choosing to pursue this path of veterinary medicine. Watching the animals respond to treatments using joint manipulations, acupuncture, laser therapy, nutrition and homeopathic remedies has been amazing. I have been compelled to study the neurological system and quantum physics to deepen my understanding of how the body operates as a whole. It is definitely true that there cannot be a force without an equal and opposite reaction occurring and I find Newton’s classic law of physics also applies to the body. This is why it makes sense to me to treat the body as a whole rather than separate organ systems for chronic disease processes.

I currently reside in DeWitt, MI with my four teenagers, a cat named Lily and our Portuguese Water dog. As most parents, I am very proud of how our children have developed into responsible, ambitious young adults. When not working or spending time with my kids, you can catch me out on the horse trails doing competitive or endurance racing. Sometimes I actually do relax and go with friends on a pleasure trail ride.

Overview of Laser Therapy

MLS Laser Therapy

Conventional Laser therapy has been in use for more than 25 years. More than 3,000 scientific publications test its effectiveness and the validity of this approach. It has been demonstrated that it is not toxic and it has no side effects. Today, it is used as a monotherapy or as a complementary therapy. Until now, the challenge with Laser Therapy has been its inability to treat deep-seated pathologies, since it is used with low to medium power. We are pleased to provide practicing Veterinarians with the most advanced technology available today to leverage the benefits associated with laser therapy: MLS Harmony Therapy.

MLS Harmony Therapy

MLS Therapy is a new therapy for treating pain, inflammation, and edema and for repairing superficial lesions. It was developed to overcome the limits of traditional Laser therapy, based on the use of diode lasers. Currently, no diode laser is able to induce strong anti-inflammatory, anti-edema and analgesic effects simultaneously and within a short period of time. Continuous Laser emissions act fast on inflammation, stimulating blood and lymphatic circulation and inducing fast re-absorption of fluids; however, they only have a secondary effect on pain, which is diminished after reducing the inflammatory process. Pulsed Laser emissions, on the other hand, have an immediate effect on pain, since they are able to produce analgesia, interfering with the very transmission of the pain impulse to the higher brain centers, but they are less effective at treating inflammation and edema, only achieving results after a long period of application. MLS Therapy is able to overcome the limits imposed by selecting one of the two emission types, since it is based on the characteristic therapeutic properties of a new Laser pulse. It uses an MLS pulse, which combines and synchronizes emission of continuous and pulsed Laser emissions with different infrared wavelengths. The patented control system that generates the MLS pulse synchronizes the two emissions.

Thanks to this characteristic synchronization, the various therapeutic effects – anti-inflammatory and anti-edema of the continuous emission and analgesic of the pulsed emission –not only take place at the same time but reciprocally reinforce each other. Because of this, MLS therapy is able to guarantee effectiveness and short treatment times when treating numerous osteo-muscular system diseases and when repairing superficial lesions.

View 10 Benefits of MLS® Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy for Muscle Strains

Right back muscle strain before laser treatment

Right hind after three laser treatments

Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia results from the abnormal formation of the hip joint. The hip joint is a ball and socket joint which allows complete range of motion in all directions. The femoral head of the femur or thigh bone is the ball and the acetabulum of the pelvis is the socket. The ball should sit deeply into the socket to keep the joint stable. It is not known if hip dysplasia is due to a laxity of the ligaments and joint capsule that hold the femoral head in the acetabulum or by an incomplete development of the acetabulum. If the acetabulum is too shallow, the femoral head can become subluxated, (femoral head is not seated in the acetabulum correctly) or sometimes even luxated (femoral head outside the acetabulum or socket). A subluxation or a luxation leads to a stretching and inflammation of the hip joint ligaments and capsule and degradation of the articular cartilage of the acetabulum and head of the femur. Hip dysplasia, left untreated, leads to painful and sometimes debilitating osteoarthritis of the hip and knee joints. Obviously, the sooner hip dysplasia is detected, the sooner a treatment program can be initiated. Early intervention can inhibit the onset of osteoarthritis that usually develops due to inflammation and cartilage degradation of the joint. Laser therapy in conjunction with a specific nutritional supplement is an excellent alternative to hip surgery depending on the severity of hip dysplasia and extent of osteoarthritis. Not sure if your dog has hip dysplasia? Schedule a consult and I will detect if your dog has hip joint pain which may be due to hip dysplasia.

Allergy Testing

Allergies are the #1 reason dog owners have repeat visits to their veterinarian. It is agonizing to the dog to always feel itchy, and frustrating to the owner to continually be changing foods, giving baths to alleviate secondary bacterial or fungal infections, or visiting the veterinarian for another round of antibiotics and steroids. Relieving symptoms of allergies without addressing the underlying cause is a short term fix to what can become a lifelong health problem. In many cases the underlying cause can be detected using Applied Kinesiology.

Applied Kinesiology tests the body’s reaction to a substance to determine if the patient is allergic to the substance. It can also be used to determine the expected effectiveness of a treatment protocol. Allergy testing using Applied Kinesiology may be more specific for your dog and more cost effective for you.

Contact Us

2039 Arbor Meadows Dr.
DeWitt, MI 48820

Phone: 517-230-8775