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Good Qi

Good Qi

-by Carla Pasteur, DVM, CVA, CVSMT, Ocala, FL, USA

Carla Pasteur writes about how she was introduced to TCVM and how that led her to sell her conventional practice. She has been a Chi instructor since 2005 and has lectured internationally. Her current practice encompasses TCVM, chiropractic and osteopathy, focusing on sport and performance horses.
Thursday, February 13, 2014/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1960)/Comments (0)/
Back Pain...the Silver Lining

Back Pain...the Silver Lining

Faculty Spotlight on Dr. Greg Todd

Ma Shi Huang award winner Dr. Greg Todd recounts how a back injury and a subsequent acupuncture consultation led him through a decades-long journey with Chinese Medicine.
Monday, April 1, 2013/Author: Dr. Greg Todd/Number of views (5366)/Comments (0)/
Dr. Todd Receives 2013 Ma Shi Huang Award

Dr. Todd Receives 2013 Ma Shi Huang Award

Chi faculty member Dr. Greg Todd is honored for his contributions to TCVM

Dr. Greg Todd is the first recipient of the Ma Shi Huang Award.  The Ma Shi Huang award was established this year by the Chi Institute to honor exceptional TCVM practitioners.  Dr. Todd was chosen as the 2013 recipient for his oustanding work as a TCVM practitioner and instructor.
Monday, April 1, 2013/Author: Zhen Zhao/Number of views (4468)/Comments (0)/
TCVM - Part of my Destiny in Veterinary Medicine

TCVM - Part of my Destiny in Veterinary Medicine

by Cheryl Chrisman, DVM, EdS, DACVIM-Neuro, CVA

My interest in veterinary acupuncture began in the early 1970’s when I was a resident in veterinary neurology at the Ohio State University. Dr. Marvin Cain, a nearby innovative practitioner from Cincinnati Ohio, had recently been introduced to acupuncture and had become very enthusiastic about its positive effects on his veterinary patients. His enthusiasm was contagious and in 1974 I attended an introductory course that he and some fellow practitioners organized in Kansas City, Missouri.

Thursday, November 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2623)/Comments (0)/
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

Wednesday, August 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1796)/Comments (0)/
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