Important Announcement
I would like to announce that the time has come for the Phoenix to spread its wings and leave the nest. In order for Phoenix Rising to continue to exist, expansion is needed to a larger client base. This will ensure that more pets benefit from integrative services. I have therefore decided to relocate Phoenix Rising to the city of Vancouver.
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An Integrative Approach to Veterinary Care

Phoenix Rising is a Comox Valley Vet Clinic that was started by Dr. Radica Raj to provide a comprehensive medical approach to pet care that combines the best of conventional medicine and complimentary alternative therapies.  Our focus is on treating the whole animal by using all of the available therapeutic options to achieve optimal wellness for your pet.

Our integrative approach to veterinary medicine is designed to minimize adverse effects while promoting successful treatment outcomes that can improve the quality of life.  We put the emphasis on using one or all reasonable therapies or medicines that work together to increase the probability of disease prevention that may not be possible using one system of medicine alone.

We offer holistic care for your pets, such as herbal medicine, dietary consultations, acupuncture and chiropractic care, as well as conventional medicine including: Weight Management & Dietary Consultations, Geriatric Consultations, Pain Management, Laser Therapy, Wellness exams,Cancer Therapy, Emergency Services and Euthanasia.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Phoenix Rising Veterinary Care offers Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) for their patients. This is a form of regenerative medicine where healing is facilitated and new tissues are encouraged to grow and strengthen.

When your cat or dog suddenly suffers an injury, the pain can dramatically effect their ability to move comfortably and may have a huge impact on their quality of life.


What is Prolotherapy?

Chronic pain from injury to tendons and ligaments are a common problem in the world of small animals (dogs and cats). Mostly, we call these soft tissue injuries and manage them with non-steroidal anti-inflammatories and rest.

The tendons and ligaments are usually strong bands of connective tissue but they are poorly supplied with blood vessels. After injury, the healing is incomplete therefore they become weaker and are a source of constant pain.


What Our Clients Had to Say

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Phoenix Rising – A Comox Valley Vet Clinic