Course Syllabus

Evidence-Based Veterinary Acupuncture is an online course composed of 27 hour-long video lectures.  After registration, participants are given three months to stream the videos at their own convenience.

 The list of video lectures is given below:

  1-4  Veterinary Acupuncture: Scientific Basis
 Dr. Roger Clemmons
  5-8  Acupuncture for Pain Management
 Dr. Shauna Cantwell
  9-14  Acupuncture for Neurological Disorders
 Dr. Cheryl Chrisman
 15  Trigger Points and their Clinical Applications
 Dr. Carolina Medina
 16  Small Animal Clinical Case Study
 Dr. Carolina Medina
 17  Clinical Research on Acupuncture
 Dr. Carolina Medina
 18  How to Integrate Acupuncture into Your Small Animal Practice
 Dr. Greg Todd
How to Start Your Acupuncture Practice for Cats and Dogs: a Cookbook
Dr. Greg Todd
How to Start Practicing Acupuncture in Horses (evidence-based)
Dr. Carla Pasteur
Acupuncture for Respiratory Diseases
Dr. Huisheng Xie
Acupuncture for Gastrointestinal Diseases
Dr. Lindsey Wedemeyer
Acupuncture for Renal and UTI
Dr. Carolina Medina
Veterinary Acupuncture: Indications and Contraindications
Dr. Huisheng Xie


Tuition Costs

Tuition for participants is $900.

Tuition includes a printable pdf file of class notes that can be downloaded from our remote learning website. Students preferring a hard copy printout of lecture notes over an electronic file can have a hard copy delivered to them for an additional $50 fee.

A one-time non-refundable $100 application fee is required of all new students of the Chi Institute. Registration will not be processed without payment of the application fee.