Dr. Nita McNeill
Dr Nita McNeill practices Integrative small animal Medicine at Mustang Animal Health Clinic in Mustang, Oklahoma. She uses a unique blend of holistic and conventional medicine. Her educational background includes a B.S. in Biology from University of Central Oklahoma, D.V.M. from Oklahoma State University, and a Ph.D. in clinical Nutrition from American College of Independent Studies.  Dr McNeill began studying holistic medicine in 1988 and since that time has traveled extensively, including Beijing, China, taking seminars and studying with some of the finest healers worldwide. Dr McNeill is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. Some of the modalities she uses are NeuroEmotional Technique, Contact Reflex Analysis, Integrative Autonomic Analysis, Osteopathic Manipulation, Applied Clinical Nutrition, Prolo therapy, Homotoxicology, passive detoxification using an IonCleanse, ozone therapy and Qi Gong.   Dr McNeill is currently teaching seminars in Basic Muscle Testing, Advanced Muscle Testing and Changing Paradigms Seminars to integrate holistic, complementary, and conventional therapies to provide a more complete approach to the practice of medicine today.  
Dr. Kimberly McCormack Dr. McCormack received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 2012.  She has a diverse background in Laboratory Medicine,  and exotics.
130 East Highway 152 Mustang, OK 73064 p. 405-376-4556 f. 405-376-2831