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Challenges of treating canine aggression

Using holistic modalities in your practice increases the chance of successfully overcoming canine aggression and improves the mental state of your patients. At our clinic,...

Chinese food therapy for the veterinary clinic

From a TCVM approach, different foods can warm or cool the body, resolve stagnation, increase energy, dissolve Phlegm or drain Damp. “You are what you...

TCVM treatment of uncontrolled glaucoma in a cat

Glaucoma is uncommon in cats and often difficult to treat. Unlike dogs, cats do not tolerate anti-glaucoma medical treatments well, especially when they are...

TCVM perspective and treatment of equine metabolic syndrome

More than 20% of all horses are at risk of developing Metabolic Syndrome. This article looks at one case successfully treated with alternative therapies. In...

TCVM for RAO in horses

Learn how acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can effectively treat recurrent airway obstruction in equines. Recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) is one of the most common...

Integrative approaches to tracheal problems

How homeopathy and TCVM can help treat kennel cough and collapsing tracheas – and why vaccination doesn't guarantee protection. Kennel cough and collapsing tracheas were...

Evidence-based Chinese herbal therapy for equines

There is a long and vibrant history behind the tradition of using Chinese herbal therapy and therapy modalities in equine medicine. The use of traditional...

Using essential oils in accordance with Chinese medicine

With the increased popularity of essential oils, learn how to incorporate them in your veterinary practice to positively affect patient care. Many diseases result from...

Acupuncture can manage pain in cancer patients

For both feline and canine cancer patients, acupuncture is a useful modality which can improve pain control and quality of life. Pain is one of...

TCVM – assessment and care for geriatric patients

The primary goal is to promote quality of life rather than cure disease. Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine can help accomplish this goal. As the life...