Alternative medicine works with llamas, too


On Thursday, Dr. Kari McManus, right, of the Urbana Veterinary Clinic spoke to the Los Llameros de St. Paris 4-H Club about overall llama health, CVSMT (Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy) and acupuncture. Club members learned how alternative medicine works and how it can benefit animals. McManus shared stories about working on animals not only from her office, but also at the Louisville zoo. She also demonstrated acupuncture on herself, explaining the process. From left are Leah Lusk, Gabriel Lusk, Kyle Boyd, Johnathan Reed and Dr. Kari McManus.

On Thursday, Dr. Kari McManus, right, of the Urbana Veterinary Clinic spoke to the Los Llameros de St. Paris 4-H Club about overall llama health, CVSMT (Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy) and acupuncture. Club members learned how alternative medicine works and how it can benefit animals. McManus shared stories about working on animals not only from her office, but also at the Louisville zoo. She also demonstrated acupuncture on herself, explaining the process. From left are Leah Lusk, Gabriel Lusk, Kyle Boyd, Johnathan Reed and Dr. Kari McManus.


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On Thursday, Dr. Kari McManus, right, of the Urbana Veterinary Clinic spoke to the Los Llameros de St. Paris 4-H Club about overall llama health, CVSMT (Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy) and acupuncture. Club members learned how alternative medicine works and how it can benefit animals. McManus shared stories about working on animals not only from her office, but also at the Louisville zoo. She also demonstrated acupuncture on herself, explaining the process. From left are Leah Lusk, Gabriel Lusk, Kyle Boyd, Johnathan Reed and Dr. Kari McManus.

On Thursday, Dr. Kari McManus, right, of the Urbana Veterinary Clinic spoke to the Los Llameros de St. Paris 4-H Club about overall llama health, CVSMT (Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy) and acupuncture. Club members learned how alternative medicine works and how it can benefit animals. McManus shared stories about working on animals not only from her office, but also at the Louisville zoo. She also demonstrated acupuncture on herself, explaining the process. From left are Leah Lusk, Gabriel Lusk, Kyle Boyd, Johnathan Reed and Dr. Kari McManus.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2019/05/web1_DrKari2.jpgOn Thursday, Dr. Kari McManus, right, of the Urbana Veterinary Clinic spoke to the Los Llameros de St. Paris 4-H Club about overall llama health, CVSMT (Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy) and acupuncture. Club members learned how alternative medicine works and how it can benefit animals. McManus shared stories about working on animals not only from her office, but also at the Louisville zoo. She also demonstrated acupuncture on herself, explaining the process. From left are Leah Lusk, Gabriel Lusk, Kyle Boyd, Johnathan Reed and Dr. Kari McManus. Submitted photo