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How TCVM Changed My Life

How TCVM Changed My Life

by Ana Stela Fonseca, DVM Rio De Janeiro, BRAZIL

I will never forget the time when I was 8 years old and I saw a news segment about a race horse that had been put to sleep (he had broken his leg in an accident at the racetrack). It was that very same day that I told my mom, "mom when I grow up I will be a veterinarian so I can help horses, so they will not have to be put to sleep like that."

Tuesday, November 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1908)/Comments (0)/
Headline News 2011 Winter Issue

Headline News 2011 Winter Issue

13th Annual TCVM Conference

The 13th Annual Conference just concluded. There was an incredible turnout with 113 veterinarians and special guests and speakers from all over the world in attendance. It was our largest conference ever! The topics covered included TCVM for Neurological Disorders and TCVM for Exotic Animals. If you were not able to attend, do not worry and you can learn about these fascinating topics by purchasing the proceedings/books through www.tcvmherbal.com.

 

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1613)/Comments (0)/
How to Treat Skin Problems with TCVM

How to Treat Skin Problems with TCVM

by Lauren Frank, DVM, CVA, CCRT

As the body’s largest organ, the skin is prone to disruption, and as a detoxification organ, many internal imbalances will manifest in the skin. According to VPI Pet Insurance, the top three reasons why dogs are brought to see their veterinarians are due to ear infections, skin allergies, and "hotspots." (For cats, skin allergies are the number five reason.) Almost every veterinarian can commiserate with having those nightmare skin cases in their career, those patients that never seem to improve, despite all the Western medications used. It is no wonder that veterinarians are challenged by skin problems; they are ubiquitous, chronic, and hard to resolve.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (7360)/Comments (0)/
Gold Implantation in an American Bull Dog for Chronic Lin Syndrome

Gold Implantation in an American Bull Dog for Chronic Lin Syndrome

by Marisa Chan, BVMS (Murdoch, Australia)

"Roxy" is a five year-old female spayed American Bulldog who was treated at the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) Clinic at Murdoch University for chronic urinary incontinence (Lin Syndrome).
Monday, August 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2686)/Comments (0)/
Golden Yellow for Butler’s Nose

Golden Yellow for Butler’s Nose

- by Cynthia McFarland

Butler is a 19-year-old donkey, who came off the range as a wild burro at some point early in his life. He had apparently passed through a number of hands before I rescued him from a neglect situation in June, 2007. He definitely has found his forever home with me and I’ve been amazed at his intelligence, kindness and sense of humor.

Monday, August 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (4045)/Comments (0)/
TCVM Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in a German Shepherd

TCVM Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in a German Shepherd

By Annette Herbst, DVM, CVA (Bourne, MA)

Toby, an 8 YO, male neutered German Shepherd, was referred to the emergency center with massive ascites, hypoproteinemia, and hypoalbumenia on Sep 10, 2010. He had lost 13 lbs during the last 3 months. Toby had a history of diarrhea which was controlled with intermittent treatments of metronidazole and tylosin.

Monday, August 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2297)/Comments (0)/
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