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

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Access Time: 6 months of unlimited access
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Sun, 07/13/2014

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 IV of this course, learn to care for geriatric small animals with Dr. Signe Beebe, expert veterinarian practitioner of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM); and address lameness 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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Aging and abnormalities seen in the geriatric animal reflect deficiency and decline in zang fu organ function, and exhaustion of vital substances. Addressing the decline of prenatal jing by supporting the Spleen is important in animals as in humans. This, and treatment of related imbalances, is done through Chinese food therapy, acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine. Dr. Beebe shares long-term management of geriatric pets, focusing on pain relief and maintaining high quality of life.

Pain management has always been a hallmark of TCVM. Use of dogs and horses in competition results in more injury and lameness in areas previously thought uncommon in these species. Dr. Salewski shares how to treat various causes of lameness. The course is divided into conditions of the head and neck, front limbs, hind limbs, and back.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Have learned more of the Chinese pathophysiology of animal aging, and understand common conditions in the geriatric pet
  • Know Chinese herbal formulas to promote longevity and high quality of life in geriatric dogs and cats
  • Know the diagnostic points to identify the location of lameness in horses
  • Understand specific acupuncture point combinations a

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