16 INTEGRATIVE DENTAL CARE
Dental disease is the most common health problem seen by veterinarians. Learn the role that diet and raw bones play, and how to encourage clients to practice home care between cleanings.
21 TREATING CATS WITH HERBAL THERAPIES – A NOVEL APPROACH
Most cats don’t like taking Chinese herbs orally. A radionics machine enables energetic copies to be made of the herbs, which can then be applied transdermally.
24 CYBERKNIFE ROBOTIC RADIOSURGERY FOR CANCER TREATMENT
This non-invasive alternative to surgery uses highly-concentrated radiation therapy to eliminate tumors without cutting the skin – and without the side effects of conventional treatments.
28 Integrative Practice – IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE BY SELLING SUPPLEMENTS AND DIETS
Many clients are demanding “natural” foods and supplements for their pets. Here’s how to become the source for these products in your own community.
32 ANESTHESIA-FREE DENTISTRY – VETERINARIANS WEIGH IN ON THE PROS AND CONS
Is it something you want to offer your patients? We present a variety of veterinary views to help you decide whether or not to recommend or incorporate this form of dentistry into your practice.
42 Tech Talk – ARE YOU IN TUNE WITH YOUR PATIENTS’ TEMPERAMENTS?
As a veterinary technician, you are often the first person to interact with patients. You can set the tone of the entire visit by reading each pet’s body language and knowing how to put
them at ease.
49 EQUINE DENTISTRY– A HORSE’S HEALTH IS IMPACTED BY THE WAY HIS TEETH ARE FLOATED
The temporo-mandibular joint – and the entire health of the horse – can be positively or negatively affected by the way his teeth are floated.
54 TCVM FOR LAMENESS IN HORSES – DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
Acupuncture and other Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies provide a diagnostic modality for equine musculoskeletal problems, and can also be used to help gauge
response to treatments.
60 Nutrition Nook – WHOLE FOOD VITAMINS – WHY THEY’RE SUPERIOR TO SYNTHETIC ALTERNATIVES
Naturally occurring whole foods grown in healthy soil produce a quality of nutrition that cannot be reproduced artificially.
74 HOMEOPATHY: A 200 -YEAR-OLD NANOMEDICINE – PART 1
Its acceptance has been hindered by the inability to scientifically explain its mechanism of action. But old assumptions about the lack of particles in high dilutions have been overturned by advances in modern technology.