"He's a happy dog again and even enjoys walks again! He went for his first dip in the pool this past weekend which I think is great therapy! All of this amazing recovery couldn't have been possible without the treatment from Dr. DiLeva!!" - Diane and Richard Burch and family
About The Doctor
Dr. Rose DiLeva is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She did post-graduate work at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of California at Davis, as well as, Michigan State’s Veterinary Hospital. She has been a practicing veterinarian for more than 30 years, 20 years of that primarily being integrative holistic veterinary medicine. Dr. DiLeva is president and owner of Animal Wellness Center located on Wilmington West Chester Pike, (Route 202 south) in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
Dr. DiLeva is an award winning author and has scientific publications in France and the United States. She has been a contributing author in numerous publications discussing veterinary topics. Her writings can be found in Garnet Valley Living, Garnet Valley Neighbors, Living Well Magazine, Yoga Living, Progressive Health Magazine and Golden Age Magazine. Dr. DiLeva has been the subject of many newspaper articles and television pieces focusing on holistic veterinary medicine. She has been a frequent guest on Ask The Vet, a pet segment on channel CBS 3, hosted by pet advocate, Carol Erickson. She was accepted to Who’s Who in Science and Medicine in 2000 and 2003. Dr. DiLeva also received the Business Leadership Award and was honored with an official citation from Congressman Curt Weldon and The United States House of Representatives for her work in providing local and national firehouses with the proper fitting oxygen masks for pets rescued at fire scenes.
Dr. DiLeva’s approach to animal health care is holistic in nature. She has extensive post-graduate education in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Herbology, Reiki, Orthopedic Manipulation, holistic cancer support, low level laser therapy, targeted pulsed electromagnetic treatment, myofascial release and nutritional support. She has been certified in veterinary acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and is also a certified veterinary chiropractitioner. In addition to conventional methods, she offers holistic veterinary medical modalities, including, acupuncture, electroacupuncture, moxabustion, Traditional Chinese Medicine, veterinary orthopedic manipulation, Chinese herbs, Western herbs, intravenous Vitamin C therapy, laser treatments, holistic cancer treatment, gold bead implantations, blood titer testing, thimerosal-free rabies vaccinations, Rabies waivers plus much more. Her on-site laboratory allows quick results so that potential problems can be addressed promptly. Dr. DiLeva believes that all pet owners deserve to know that other options are available to treat and manage numerous medical conditions. Education is upper most in her philosophy so that pet owners can make informed decisions about the health of their companion animals.
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