How Herbal Medicine Can Augment Your Acupuncture Practice - The Principles and Evidence Base, and Three Formulas to Get You Started
Wednesday, July 14, 2021 live at 6:00 pm PST - Find Your Time
Presented by Barbara Fougere, BSc, BVMS (Hons), MODT, BHSc (CMed), MHSc (Herb Med), Grad Dip VCHM, Grad Dip Vet Acup., Grad Dip VWHM, CVA (IVAS), CVBM, CVCP, CMAVA
Acupuncture is a standalone modality. But what about clients who cannot attend on a regular basis or make all the visits? What about internal medicine cases, like IBD, renal disease, epilepsy, what else can you do to augment treatment? Chinese herbal medicine is easy to incorporate into your practice, especially with a TCM diagnosis. We will discuss the basic principles of Chinese herbal medicine, how herbs work and the evidence base. Followed by typical cases which are easy to identify in practice and will benefit from herb use. There will be time for questions too.
- Be able to use three Chinese herbal formulas safely and effectively to augment acupuncture treatment.
- Be able to describe how Chinese herbs work biomedically and why they can be so useful in veterinary medicine.
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.
3 IVAS CE
3 AAVSB RACE CE