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Welcome to Equillibrium Malta!

In addition to usual general information about our services, on these pages you can learn how to make significant change to your pet’s quality of life. Would you like to learn more about integrative approach to veterinary medicine? Have you ever wondered what is Traditional Chinese medicine and Acupuncture all about? Would you like to meet pioneers of integrative veterinary medicine?

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Zoran Jankovic DVM, CVA


Equilibrium Malta is companion animal practice integrating conventional veterinary medicine and surgery with complementary medical modalities. For equine patients we also offer Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy and Tui Na as a referral service only.

Most of my clients describe me as a “holistic vet”, but there is no real consensus on the definition of holistic veterinary medicine — even among veterinarians themselves.

My approach to holistic medicine is to treat your pet as a ‘whole’, as a sentient creature, rather than merely treating a particular illness…

This means taking into consideration your pet’s background, the relationship between you and your pet as well as all organic systems that may be involved in the particular problem. I also see “holistic” as focusing on maintaining health and preventing illness rather then reacting to an illness after the fact. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as the saying goes.

My practice is based on a patient-centered model of medicine that considers what is best for each individual animal, combining clinical excellence with compassionate care. Whether I use conventional (Western) medicine or integrate other  medical modalities, my aim is to always strive to give the best treatment that will ensure the health and wellbeing of my patients.  You can read here how I became a ‘holistic veterinarian’ along with my basic biography.

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