Chinese Veterinary Medicine for Dogs, Cats, and Horses, Part III

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Access Time: 6 months of unlimited access
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Sat, 07/12/2014

Course Type: Video
Units: 8 CEUs/PDAs
Accepted by: NCCAOM (CW-PE), IL, AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA; No approval by CA, FL, or TX Acupuncture Boards
Run Time: 8 hrs

**Important for NCCAOM Diplomates: Pet acupuncture/OM therapy is not permitted in all U.S. states. Please check before submitting the certificate for re-licensing.

In Part III of this course, learn to treat behavior disorders in small animals with Dr. Signe Beebe, expert veterinarian practitioner of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM); and address kidney disorders in dogs and horses with Dr. Michael Salewski, expert TCVM practitioner in equine medicine! Join Drs. Beebe and Salewski as they clearly instruct how to work with veterinarians to provide safe, effective herbal treatments in veterinary care..

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The reason most animals are sent to animal shelters and/or are euthanized is due to behavioral problems. Dr. Beebe sees organ imbalances as a common pathology in many behavioral disorders in animals which can be effectively treated with the use of Chinese herbs in combination with acupuncture.

Dr. Salewski shares the TCVM theory of the Kidney in focusing on dog and horse kidney disorders – how the kidney functions for health, and how imbalance leads to disease. You will learn how to identify patterns corresponding to Western disease labeled as incontinence, UTIs, stone formation, Cushing’s disease, and kidney failure, and how to treat these imbalances with acupuncture and herbal formulas.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Learn to diagnose patterns of behavioral conditions in animals
  • Understand how Chinese herbs, herbal formulas and acupuncture are used to treat behavioral disorders
  • Understand the role of the Kidney in maintaining normal bodily functions in dogs and horses
  • Identify various causes of, and treatments for, animal incontinence, Cushing's disease, UTIs, and other Kidney disorders

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Chinese Veterinary Medicine for Dogs, Cats and Horses, Part III
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