14. INTEGRATIVE TREATMENT OF THE CORNEA
The primary objectives in treating corneal issues are patient comfort, and saving the eye and vision. This often means addressing deeper causes of the problem and using alternative as well as allopathic therapies.

19. Nutrition Nook SAFE DIETING–INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO OBESITY
Along with medications and therapies like acupuncture and herbs, it’s crucial to discuss an obese patient’s diet, diagnose potential underlying medical disorders, and communicate clearly and tactfully with clients about their pets’ weight issues.

22. OZONE THERAPY IN THE VETERINARY PRACTICE
By bringing easily soluble oxygen to target tissues, ozone therapy is being proven effective for treating viruses, fungi and bacteria, and for general health improvement in cases of inflammation and tissue damage.

28. PREPARING FOR DISASTERS –VETERINARY STYLE
Protecting your patients and practice during an emergency involves good planning and a strong team that includes family and neighbors as well as colleagues and staff.

34. STUDY ON PROFESSIONAL OUTPATIENT PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY (POPD™)
Can dental cleaning and procedures be done safely and effectively without the use of general anesthesia?

38. MESSAGES FROM THE MANE
Hair mineral analysis provides a unique perspective on a horse’s biochemical individuality, and indicates imbalances, toxins, overloads, defi ciencies and mineral interrelationships that may need correction.

46. Tech Talk THE GENTLE POWER OF EMPATHY
Your skills as a technician, combined with your ability to understand what fearful patients and clients are going through, can help calm and heal them on both an emotional and mental level.

50. TREATING CANINE OSTEOARTHRITIS – PART ONE
Managing this common condition must evolve from palliative treatment of established disease using just a few modalities, to early intervention and a comprehensive multimodal approach.

56. Integrative Practice PEOPLE CRAVE A BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCE…EVEN AT THE VETERINARY CLINIC
Taking steps to make your clinic more comfortable, soothing and welcoming will reduce anxiety in pets and people and make veterinary visits go more smoothly for everyone.

64. HOMEOPATHY: A 200 -YEAR-OLD NANOMEDICINE – PART 2
Its acceptance has been hindered by the inability to scientifi cally explain its mechanism of action. But old assumptions about the lack of particles in high dilutions have been overturned by advances in modern technology.