Integrating Acupuncture into Practice

On Demand Prerecorded Webinar Series
Presented by Nell J. Ostermeier, DVM, CVA, FAAVA 

This online, recorded webinar consists of 3 interactive modules with each module focusing on a different aspect of integrating acupuncture into your veterinary practice. The goal is to help close the gap that often occurs between obtaining an education in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and putting it into “real world” practice successfully from a business standpoint. Once you have completed the webinar and exercises you will have a user-friendly, efficient system for integrating acupuncture, as well as a plan for achieving your ideal version of an integrative veterinary practice. Because you essentially have a “road map” to follow, you will be on the fast track to success!  Read more here.

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Advanced Chinese Food Therapy

with Dr. Connie DiNatale

Come spend two beautiful days in West Virginia in a private home with a state of the art kitchen and enjoy the flavors of cooking with real food. This weekend will apply to the veterinarian who has taken some food therapy or just beginning. Through diet the holistic practitioner can provide substantial and specific nutrition to help the healing process of a patient. This weekend class is about getting more comfortable with Chinese food therapy, and about finding ways to help your busy clients incorporate useful foods into their everyday feeding and routine.  Continue Reading




2020 AAVA/IVAS Equine Regional CE Event

Aiken, South Carolina

A Practical Approach to the Use of Acupuncture in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Performance Limiting Injuries in the Equine Athlete
with Maurice Casey, DVM, CVA

Join AAVA and IVAS at the Aiken Equine Rescue in Aiken, South Carolina for a practical hands on seminar with Dr. Maurice Casey where he will demonstrate how to diagnosis and treat injuries in a concise repeatable manner. There will be an introductory lecture on common injures in the different athletic disciplines and then quickly move on to interactive demonstrations with primarily TB race horses. Participants will have ample opportunity to evaluate and treat patients in this seminar. Specific diagnostic points, Bach Shu points, and jing Well (ting points) to diagnose injures will be demonstrated.  At the end of this seminar the participants will be able to return to their practice and be confident in their ability to both diagnose and treat their equine athletes.

Registration coming soon!
11 IVAS CE / RACE CE Pending