|Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
- Equine Vet
- Holistic Veterinary Medicine
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary House Calls
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
Welcome to Whole Health Mobile Pet Care. We are a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation mobile practice based in the Triangle area of North Carolina. We provide Chinese Veterinary medical services such as acupuncture, herbal therapy, tui-na (chiropractic massage) and food therapy to dogs, cats and horses as well as canine physical rehabilitation. We believe whole-heartedly in an integrative approach to veterinary medical care. This means that we work in conjunction with your primary care veterinarian to combine conventional Western medicine with Eastern medicine as an integrative approach to develop the treatments best suited for your pet's individual needs. This approach allows us to treat the whole patient rather than just one organ system or problem at a time. We will come to your home or a place of your choosing to treat your pet in an environment comfortable to them. We find when a pet is relaxed and confident they respond even better to treatment. Even though some diseases are very common, every animal is different; therefore every treatment recommendation should be different and based on your pet's needs.
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is made up of five branches. These five branches are acupuncture, herbal therapy, tui-na (chiropractic massage), food therapy and qi-gong (exercise/rehab). At Whole Health we offer all of these services. and will often use them in combination with one another and with your pet's current conventional Western Medical treatments, to provide the maximum benefit.
Dr. Argersinger has been practicing veterinary medicine in the Triangle area since 1998 after working in private practice in New York. She is a native of New Jersey and a 1996 graduate of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.
In 2011 Dr. Argersinger completed her course in Small Animal Acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. In 2012 she returned to Chi and completed their course in Tui Na (chiropractic massage). She believes strongly in the benefits of integrating both Eastern and Western veterinary medicine and looks forward to furthering her knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine. She has already seen beneficial results in cases of chronic back problems (I.V.D.D., Wobblers), skin allergies, complex internal medicine conditions, athletic conditioning and separation anxiety.
In her spare time Dr. Argersinger enjoys time with her husband, son, daughter and two cats.
Dr. Elizabeth Williams grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but moved to Florida for her undergraduate degree. She received her undergraduate degree from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. She continued her education at Duke University in Genetics before realizing her true dream of veterinary medicine and attending North Carolina State University to receive her veterinary degree.
Dr. Williams quickly realized while in vet school that she wanted to have an integrative approach to veterinary medicine. She continued her education by pursuing alternative forms of veterinary medicine, like acupuncture, which is used as a complement to conventional medicine. Dr. Williams completed her training in veterinary acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. She also received additional training in Tui-Na (chiropractic massage) and herbal therapy from Chi. Dr. Williams has also received her certification in physical rehabilitation from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in Coral Springs, FL and offers these services to her Whole Health patients as well.
In her spare time, Dr. Williams enjoys the outdoors, traveling and spending time with her husband, David, their daughter, Ella, and their furry family, a dog named Kenzi, and a cat named Maggie. Dr. Williams will see a variety of patients including dogs, cats and horses, but is also willing to see exotic animals and other large animals.