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Monday, January 30, 2023

Is Your Patient Depressed?

Annie didn’t seem herself. She was grumpy and didn’t have much appetite. She seemed lethargic and uninterested in activities she had always enjoyed. Once...
Rehab for a torn CCL

Rehab for a torn CCL

Whether or not surgery is needed to correct a ruptured cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), rehab is necessary to get an injured dog back to...
A complementary approach to skin diseases in the equine

A complementary approach to skin diseases in the equine

Skin diseases can affect horses all year round. Take a look at how a complementary approach can help ease symptoms and, in many cases,...

Cold Laser Therapy

Low level light therapy (L3T), or cold laser therapy, is becoming an important component of many integrative veterinary practices, and is most often used...

Feline Diabetes Mellitus – Part 1

Diabetes mellitus (DM) in cats is similar to human Type 2 diabetes in humans. The causes in cats include: • Obesity • Inactivity •...
Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies have found a place in many integrative practices as a way to shift emotional states to aid recovery, and to help...

Undiagnosed Lameness

A common equine injury is to the suspensory ligaments, caused by poor (or incorrect) riding. Classical principles of dressage training and movement are being...
Are you affected by burn out?

Are you affected by burnout?

Burnout is a common occurrence within veterinarians. Developing awareness and self care habits are essential to having a successful practice. When we consider the risks...

Feline Diabetes Mellitus

In Part 1 of this article (IVC, Winter 2012), I covered the diagnosis of feline diabetes mellitus, and how early DM can be managed...

The Integrative Umbrella

Veterinary medicine is a massive endeavor. Veterinarians are collectively responsible for all knowledge that could be used to maintain or rebuild health, or to...