1376 Erringer Rd. Simi Valley,
Mon- Fri 8am to 12 midnight
Sat & Sun 8am to 4pm
Dr. Ron Resnick has been in practice for over 23 years. He has operated 2 previous veterinary hospitals and worked at many other hospitals including emergency care. Dr. Ron taught at Harvard University and graduated from Tufts University—the best veterinary school in the world, He then came to California where he did an internship at a busy small animal practice. Dr. Ron also became a California State Humane Officer. Dr. Ron is a member of the AVMA, SCVMA, and the CVMA. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise and on the board of the Simi Valley Education Foundation.
Dr. Ron keeps up on the latest veterinary information and is one of the few trained in the area to perform Stem Cell therapy on dogs Drawing from his training and experience at many hospitals he has created a hospital that gives a pet Owner good information and quality care for their pet.
Tiffany Margolin, DVM, Diplomate ABVP AVIAN, IVAS Acupunture, VOM, NAET Certified Dr. Tiffany Margolin graduated from UC Davis , the number one veterinary school in the country, in 1991. She became board-certified in avian (bird) medicine and surgery in 2003. In addition, she studied the practice of NAET, an acupressure allergy-elimination technique, and became level II certified in that discipline in 2004. She has recently added veterinary acupuncture, herbal medicine and homotoxicology to provide the best care possible to those she treats.
Dr. Margolin brings with her an exceptionally caring manner, expertise in both eastern and western medicine, and a continued hunger for learning. Her background includes numerous publications in Bird Talk magazine, Your Health Connection, literature for her peers, and she has spent several years educating the public on both radio and television. Her radio show All About Pets remained popular until she left it to pursue her specialty certification. Currently she is living her dream helping your dogs, cats and exotic pets back to health. Margolin is a current member and past president (2005) of the Santa Barbara Ventura Veterinary Medical Association, a member of the Association of Avian Vets, the California Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She speaks regularly at schools and animal-related events around the country.
Dr. Tiffanyprovides a balance of holistic and western medicine. Holistic medicine may be used for treating allergies , arthritis, and numerous other illnesses or injuries. Holistic medicine is a non-invasive, painless treatment for our pets. We highly recommend that you consider these treatments for your senior pets.Tiffany Margolin, DVM, Diplomate ABVP-Avian, Acupuncture and VOM Certified, is our veterinary holistic specialist. Dr. Margolin is widely known for her caring and thoughtful approach to healing.
At WVAH our doctors provide the following treatments:
Acupuncture is the insertion of tiny, sterile stainless steel needles in precise locations on your pet's body. This placement sends messages directly to the central nervous system. The brain then responds by sending natural healing chemicals to the affected areas, improving blood supply, stopping pain, and repairing damaged tissues. Some conditions that respond well to acupuncture include muscle pain, arthritis (in conjunction with VOM), disc disease, decreased appetite, inflammatory bowel disease, skin allergies, nerve weakness and paralysis, reproductive disorders and other internal disorders.
Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) VOM is a chiropractic technique that utilizes a gentle activator to bring health back to your pet's musculoskeletal system. Categorized uniquely (not chiropractic manipulation of bones), it is specifically engineered to GENTLY rehabilitate the blood supply to intervertebral discs, those areas responsible for spinal health. Dr. Margolin is trained in this technique and has had excellent success with both keeping athletic dogs injury-free, and rehabilitating more chronic problems in older pets.
Herbal Treatment The use of Herbs to treat various illnesses in animals has been growing steadily in the Western World. we believe Herbal therapy in conjunction with Acupuncture or VOM should be used in some cases to maximize the healing outcome.
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