Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats, A Pocket Atlas
De: Christina Matern
De: Christina Matern
An at-a-glance review of all acupuncture points and channels for small animals
Praise for this book:
This is a welcome pocket reference for veterinarians who have already completed acupuncture training, but are not yet proficient in the location or use of all the points. -- Lorrie Hale-Mitchell, DVM, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
Skillfully integrating traditional concepts of Chinese medicine with clinical experience and modern scientific research, Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats brings together all current information in one convenient book. Its atlas-style format, highlighted by hundreds of full-color photographs and supporting text, makes it ideal as a quick, user-friendly reference in the clinic or training program.
The only book to focus solely on acupuncture for small animals, this handy, pocket-size atlas is unique in the field. It offers a wealth of practical knowledge and a pictorial reference for veterinarians, animal acupuncturists, students, and trainees whose goal is to provide the highest level of treatment to the animals in their care.
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Dr. Med. Vet. Christina Eul-Matern
Our practice is dedicated to natural healing. We practice acupuncture and osteopathy. In addition, we work with Chinese medicinal herbs and nutritional recommendations in the sense of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Other natural remedies such as Bach flower therapy, homeopathy, light and sound therapy, bioresonance analysis and therapy and ozone therapy complement this case by case. We also offer physiotherapy, lymphatic drainage, massage, laser treatment and electro-acupuncture. We mainly treat horses, dogs and cats. Pet animals, birds, sheep and goats are also among our clientele.
In our practice, we have the opportunity to take the time that each patient needs. Each case is different even if the diagnosis is identical. We care about the well-being and trust of the animals during and after the treatment and also the good contact with the pet owner. The intensive collaboration between animal, pet owner and us is the core of our practice. And so we focus on natural therapies that gently and profoundly bring the body back into balance.
Dr. Lorrie Hale Mitchell
Veterinary Clinical Sciences (VCS)
Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, Tui-na, and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Working on a Master's in TCVM (2020 expected completion date).
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Modalities. Clinical and Surgical Skills to the underclasses.
TCVM, Herbal medicine, alligators, Clinical and Surgical Skills training
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