Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Case Reports

Juvenile hip dysplasia in the canine

Juvenile hip dysplasia in the canine

A case study of canine juvenile hip dysplasia involving the use of digital thermal imaging. How this tool can enhance patient analysis and treatment. Gloria,...
Homeopathic approach to cancer in companion animals

Homeopathic approach to cancer in companion animals

A case study involving a senior cat with cancer demonstrates how a homeopathic approach treats cancer and extends longevity. At our veterinary surgery on...
CBD case studies: anxiety and epilepsy

CBD case studies: anxiety and epilepsy

The following case studies demonstrate how CBD can be used in the treatment of anxiety and epilepsy in dogs and cats. In this author’s clinical...
Integrative approaches to feline chronic gingivostomatitis

Integrative approaches to Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis

Two case reports show how homeopathy and TCVM can effectively treat Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis without the need for full mouth extraction. Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis (FCGS)...
Golden yellow powder for wound healing

Golden yellow powder for wound healing

How golden yellow powder, an herbal medicine descended from a classical Chinese formula, helped heal a traumatic degloving wound in an Australian Shepherd. A ten-year-old...
Digital infrared thermal imaging

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging — Case Studies

These case studies demonstrate how digital infrared thermal imaging can provide an objective assessment of feline and canine patients. Case study #1 Presentation: Feline patient with...
Integrative approaches to megaesophagus – case studies

Integrative approaches to megaesophagus – case studies

Below are details of the summarized case studies featured in the article “Integrative Approaches to Megaesophagus” by Dr. Judith Saik, IVC Journal Volume 8,...
holistic medicine cases

Introducing a holistic approach to conventional medicine – case studies

When you incorporate holistic medicine into a conventional practice, conventional work (spay/neuter, vaccination, specialty referral) is considered “alternative”. Here are a few examples of...