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Practical Guide to TCVM, Vol. 1: Emergencies and Five Element Syndromes

Practical Guide to TCVM, Vol. 1: Emergencies and Five Element Syndromes

Dr. Xie’s latest book, Practical Guide to TCVM, Vol. 1: Emergencies and Five Element Syndromes is now available.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1968)/Comments (0)/
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15th International TCVM Conference and Post-conference Tour in Spain

15th International TCVM Conference and Post-conference Tour in Spain

-by Vicki Burton, DVM, CVA, WY, USA and Muriel M. Slattum, DVM, MS, DACLAM, CVA, WA, USA

Two attendees recount their experience of the TCVM Conference and Post-conference Tour in Spain with the Chi Institute of Europe.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1759)/Comments (0)/
Major Chi Campus Expansion Approved

Major Chi Campus Expansion Approved

New Chi facilities to include a 160-seat auditorium, new lab and clinic spaces, and a TCVM library - By Sherrie Xie

The Chi Institute has received approval from Marion county to expand its main facilities in Reddick, Florida.  Two buildings totaling 14,000 square feet are the main features of the approved expansion proposal. Floor plans and architectural designs are still being finalized for these new buildings, but they are slated to include a 160-seat auditorium, a TCVM library and study area, a new lobby, and new clinic and lab spaces.  Dr. Huisheng Xie and his wife Yanru Zhao, who serve as president and vice president of the Chi Institute say they are thrilled about these upcoming developments.
Friday, May 17, 2013/Author: Zhen Zhao/Number of views (3199)/Comments (0)/
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A letter of thanks from Dr. Xie

A letter of thanks from Dr. Xie

Dr. Xie, Thanks letter

hank you all so much for your strong support in the fight against the RACE discrimination opposing TCVM CE programs. I have been inspired by all your passionate, articulate and professional letters, as they have impacted the future of education in our profession.

Monday, August 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2003)/Comments (0)/
One World, One Dream…

One World, One Dream…

EDITED BY BARBARA LOWELL AND CHESTER WHEELER FROM WRITINGS BY DRS. LESLIE GRIFFITH AND CONNIE CLEMONS-CHEVIS

This article is a collaboration of the travel logs and conference memoirs of Drs. Leslie Griffith and Connie Clemons-Chevis for our readers.  Words only begin to skim the surface of the vast sea of inspiration and insight gained from this extraordinary two week adventure jam packed full of TCVM knowledge and endless Chinese cultural immersions. In the words of author Miriam Beard, “certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.”
Saturday, August 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (4108)/Comments (0)/
Quick Questions and Answers with Dr. Xie

Quick Questions and Answers with Dr. Xie

- by Huisheng Xie, DVM PhD

Q: What does tremor or quivering in dogs mean in the TCVM?

A: Tremor, quivering, shuddering, shaking/trembling in dogs can be caused by one or more of the following patterns:

1) Internal Wind due to Liver Blood or Yin Deficiency leading to Liver Yang Rising, which causes tremor, or quivering;

2) Qi Deficiency, which fails to hold the body, leading tremor of the body, or limbs;

3) Qi or/and Blood Stagnation (the body is trying to shake stagnation away);

4) Fear or submissive behavioral issue which is associated with the disharmony between the Heart and Kidney

 

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2382)/Comments (0)/
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