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The Use of Tui-na to Treat Facial Paralysis in a 6 Week Old Arabian Filly

The Use of Tui-na to Treat Facial Paralysis in a 6 Week Old Arabian Filly

by Antonio Alfaro DVM, CVA, CVTP, Costa Rica

A six week old Arabian filly injured herself while the handlers were taking her to the pasture and putting on the halter. She struggled with them and fell down sideways, fighting tremendously to get up in several attempts, while the handlers were holding her by the halter. The halter generated enough bruising into the nasal and facial crest skin area that it generated a compressive-tearing lesion over the tract of the facial nerve on the left side.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2432)/Comments (0)/
Case Report: Kidney Qi and Yin Deficiency in a Geriatric Hyperthyroid Cat with Renal Insufficiency

Case Report: Kidney Qi and Yin Deficiency in a Geriatric Hyperthyroid Cat with Renal Insufficiency

by Kate Steinhacker, DVM, CVA, CVCH, CVTP, CVFT, Portland, ME

On Mar 5th, 2009, a 14-year-old tortoise shell indoor-outdoor domestic short hair cat had presented excessively vocal, somewhat inappetant, underweight with full body muscular atrophy, and tachycardic with a new III/VI left systolic heart murmur. Normally a fastidious groomer, the patient had ceased self-care. Bloodwork had been run [T4 5.1 ug/dL (0.8-4.0)], and a diagnosis of hyperthyroidism had been made. She had been started on methimazole 2.5 mg BID for the first month, with an increase to 5.0 mg BID for the past 2 months.

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A TCVM Inspiration

A TCVM Inspiration

by Skip Hightman DVM, DOM, CVA, CVCH, CVCT

After 19 years of practicing conventional veterinary medicine, I became frustrated with challenging medical cases that did not respond to allopathic medical treatments. The patients would respond only so far, and I was unable to accomplish complete wellness. I felt that there had to be more that I could do to promote complete healing and a positive quality of life for our animal friends. The first complicated case was

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Treating  Icterus (Huang Dian) with TCVM

Treating Icterus (Huang Dian) with TCVM

by Haleh Siahpolo DVM, MPVM, CVA

Icterus, or Huang Dian syndrome, the yellow color to the mucous membranes associated with the accumulation of bilirubin, is the most significant physical finding in hepatobilliary disease.1 From the western medicine view, the causes of jaundice can be divided into three categories:
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Headline News 2012 Summer Issue

Headline News 2012 Summer Issue

The 15th Annual TCVM Conference will be held in the beautiful San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid, SPAIN from the 12-15th of September, 2013 and hosted by the Chi Institute Europe. The main theme of this conference will be TCVM for Oncology, Geriatrics and Quality of Life in small animals, horses and farm or exotic animals.

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