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Food Therapy in Treatment of Chronic Anemia

Food Therapy in Treatment of Chronic Anemia

by Liz Fernandez, DVM, CVA

“Kobe” was an M/N 80 lbs Yellow Labrador with a Fire personality. His DOB was 12/30/97. He had been on maintenance TCVM treatments since he was 12 years-old for lumbosacral arthritis, spondylosis, and cervical IVDD (diagnosed with MRI). TCVM diagnosis was Kidney Qi and Yin Deficiency, Liver Yin Deficiency, Jing Deficiency as well as Bi and Wei Syndrome. Treatment included acupuncture and Tui-na. This treatment was on going every 2-4 weeks. Herbal formulas included Body Sore 8 Teapills BID and Hindquarter Weakness 8 Teapills BID. Tramadol 50mg 1/2-1 pill BID was used for pain as needed, and Adequan 1.5cc Q 2 weeks for joint support. He was also given Thyroid Support (Standard Process) for low thyroid1 tsp BID, Normalizer 3 1 BID (digestive enzyme/probiotic supplement for Immune support)
Friday, August 28, 2015/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (895)/Comments (0)/
Food Therapy in TCVM

Food Therapy in TCVM

By Cathy Alinovi, DVM, CVA, CVCH, CVTP, CVFT

Dr. Alinovi explains the important role food plays in the health of our pets. Food can have varying positive and negative effects on animals. Good habits in feeding your pet can keep your pet in good health, while bad habits can have a negative effect.
Monday, June 2, 2014/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (5128)/Comments (0)/
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 (1955)/Comments (0)/
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