About me

Through my years of practice I have had the great fortune to learn different methods and approaches to veterinary healing. I started out as a conventional veterinarian in Mexico, and little by little my practice extended to learning different and new kinds of medicine and techniques.

Currently I practice in Israel and employ holistic integrative medicine which combines and complements both ancient and new approaches, that best fits in each individual case to achieve optimal health. I have learned that the options and possibilities for healing are immense and when integrative medicine works in synergy with the animal’s body, remarkable and wonderful things may happen.

Dr Yael Bali

The Clinic

Located in a quiet peaceful street in Zichron Yaacov, Dr Yael Bali’s holistic integrative clinic offers an ‘at home environment’. The pleasant surroundings offer comfortable wood décor, soothing gentle music and essential oils aromatherapy. Animals are complex and have an acute sensitivity, so making the animal, as well as his/her companion as comfortable and relaxed as possible, is a priority.

The clinic offers a different approach to standard care; I practice different methods of holistic complementary medicine such as Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Chinese Food therapy, Bioregulatory medicine, Laser therapy, Ozone therapy and Physical rehabilitation. All of these work in synergy with the body’s innate ability to heal, restoring balance and health. I use holistic medicine together with conventional medicine such as medicines, surgery and dental treatments, when needed, always with a compassionate touch.

Treatment rooms

Treatment rooms follow the same idea and help to achieve a stress free environment.
The treatment room is filled by a mattress on the floor where the dog or cat lay next to their companion to feel safe and relaxed. This is most important in Chinese medicine for the accuracy of the diagnosis, as well as the success of the treatment. A separate room is a fully equipped surgery and dental treatment room. The clinic has a rehab area with a dog treadmill and different rehabilitation equipment.

 

Dr Yael Bali - Qualifications

My qualifications

I graduated from veterinary school in 1992 from the National University of Mexico (UNAM).

In 2009 I received my certification in Veterinary Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Food Therapy from the Chi Institute, and In Canine Rehabilitation, from the The Canine Rehabilitation Institute, all in the USA.

In 2015, I studied Ozone Therapy in Madrid, Spain at the Instituto Linneo, and just recently, at the beginning of 2016 I studied Bioregulatory Medicine through the College for Integrative Veterinary Therapies (CIVT)

About me

Through my years of practice I have had the great fortune to learn different methods and approaches to veterinary healing. I started out as a conventional veterinarian in Mexico, and little by little my practice extended to learning different and new kinds of medicine and techniques.

Currently I practice in Israel and employ holistic integrative medicine which combines and complements both ancient and new approaches, that best fits in each individual case to achieve optimal health. I have learned that the options and possibilities for healing are immense and when integrative medicine works in synergy with the body, remarkable and wonderful things may happen.

Dr Yael Bali

The Clinic

Located in a quiet peaceful street, Dr Yael Bali’s holistic integrative clinic offers an ‘at home environment’. The pleasant surroundings offer comfortable wood décor, soothing gentle music and essential oils aromatherapy. Animals are complex and have an acute sensitivity, so making the animal, as well as his/her companion as comfortable and relaxed as possible, is a priority.

The clinic offers a different approach to standard care; I practice different methods of holistic complementary medicine such as Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Chinese Food therapy, Bioregulatory medicine, Laser therapy, Ozone therapy and Physical rehabilitation. All of these work in synergy with the body’s innate ability to heal, restoring balance and health. I use holistic medicine together with conventional medicine when needed, always with a compassionate touch.

Treatment rooms

Treatment rooms follow the same idea and help to achieve a stress free environment.
These rooms have no stainless steel tables and instead is filled by a mattress on the floor where the dog or cat lay next to their companion to feel safe and relaxed. This is most important in Chinese medicine for the accuracy of the diagnosis, as well as the success of the treatment. A separate room has a dog treadmill and different rehabilitation equipment to work with the dog.

The garden is often used as part of the rehabilitation plan of the dog through diverse exercise.

My qualifications

I graduated from veterinary school in 1992 from the National University of Mexico (UNAM).

In 2009 I received my certification in Veterinary Acupuncture and Food Therapy from the Chi Institute, and In Canine Rehabilitation, from the The Canine Rehabilitation Institute, all in the USA.

In 2015, I studied Ozone Therapy in Madrid, Spain at the Instituto Linneo, and just recently, at the beginning of 2016 I studied Bioregulatory Medicine through the College for Integrative Veterinary Therapies (CIVT)

Dr Yael Bali - Qualifications

Dr Yael BaliHi. I am Yael Bali, a veterinarian certified in several holistic complementary medicine modalities. I studied in Mexico and the USA and am committed to an integrative approach of veterinary medicine. I treat patients from all over the country in my clinic in Zichron Yaacov. If you would like to receive an holistic approach when caring for your beloved pets then please call me or mail me. sig

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To book an appointment please leave your name, email and message or call me on my mobile 972-52-4268671. I will be glad to see you in my clinic in waze 9 HaShoeva st, Zichron Ya’acov. (click for Waze)

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