Full-Time Integrative and Rehabilitation Medicine Clinician at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine

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Job Description:
The Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department at Louisiana State University is searching for a full-time integrative and rehabilitation medicine clinician to be part of the Integrative Medicine and Rehabilitation Service (IMRS). The position has primary responsibility in Veterinary Teaching Hospital and will be expected to perform integrative services, including, but not limited to, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM), acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, nutraceuticals, dietary supplements, and physical medicine, including manual therapies, device assisted modalities, such as laser therapy and ultrasound therapy, therapeutic exercises, and hydrotherapy. All species that are seen at the VTH are eligible for integrative therapies, including, small, large, exotic, and wildlife. This is a faculty position with an appointment in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences with a concurrent appointment to the professional staff of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. The new hire will join the IMRS service which currently consists of one full time faculty member, two full-time technicians, and a CCRP nurse.

70% Clinical instruction of Phase II students and house officers, participation in the Integrative Medicine and Rehabilitation Service of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, including examination and treatment planning for patients, discussion of findings and options with owners, and cooperation with other clinical faculty in clinical teaching and hospital practice.
30% Scholarly activities to include didactic teaching and collaborative research, and participation in SVM committees, as time allows.

Minimum Qualifications:
DVM or equivalent with three years of clinical experience and in a teaching environment
Specific experience: Teaching Integrative Medicine to veterinary students

Minimum Certifications/Licenses:
Certified in Acupuncture (CVA or equivalent) and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) Training

For further information and to apply online please click here or contact:

Frank Andrews, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM)
Department Head Veterinary Clinical Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803