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Seizures resolved by TCVM

Seizures resolved by TCVM

- By Liane Sperlich, DVM, CVA, CVCH

Baker, a six-year-old male neutered mixed breed dog, was presented for acupuncture consultation for treatment of a seizure disorder.  The patient had experienced two seizures over the previous two months.  There were no other past medical problems noted in the history.
Thursday, April 1, 2010/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1952)/Comments (0)/
An accidental Shen Calmer overdoes with good result

An accidental Shen Calmer overdoes with good result

by Claudia Fonterrada,DVM

Since the dog was 4 months old, she has separation anxiety and, in addition to destroying furniture, she eats her own feces.  Western treatments were tried, without ever having any responses.  She is a Fire/Wood dog and always gets deeply hurt when yelled at.  She has some Yin Deficiency signs (since she was a puppy her legs are red at night and she dreams a lot) and Jing Deficiency (retrognathia)
Thursday, April 1, 2010/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (4958)/Comments (0)/
Reoccurring Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumors Eliminated by Chinese Herbal Medicine

Reoccurring Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumors Eliminated by Chinese Herbal Medicine

by Patricia S. Ries, DVM, MS, CVA, CVCP

An eight year old spayed female Pug is successfully treated with traditional Chinese herbal medicines for cutaneous and subcutaneous Mast cell tumors which were previously unresponsive/sub-responsive to standard western medical approach (surgery and chemotherapy protocols).
Sunday, November 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (7635)/Comments (0)/
Angry Mare Cured By Liver Happy

Angry Mare Cured By Liver Happy

by Ina Gösmeier, DVM, in Marl. Germany

Introduction

Lady is an eight-year-old German warm blood mare, trained in dressage. In July 2008 she started exhibiting anger following long riding lessons, even throwing her rider. She also developed muscle pain and loose stools. Eight weeks prior to onset, the mare was started in training of flying lead changes at the canter.

Sunday, November 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2671)/Comments (0)/
Urinary Incontinence caused by Kidney Qi deficiency Resolved by Suo Quan Wan

Urinary Incontinence caused by Kidney Qi deficiency Resolved by Suo Quan Wan

by Ellie Bush, DVM, in Vacaville, CA

Godiva, a 3-year old, 60 poundb spayed female labrador retriever, had been seen by another vet for a problem with urinary incontinence, which began shortly after she was spayed as a puppy. She would leak urine while sleeping, leaving a large wet area on her bedding. She had been treated with phenylpropanolamine unsuccessfully. Her owner was eager to try a new approach and quite receptive to integrate TCVM into a thorough Western evaluation.
Sunday, November 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (3460)/Comments (0)/
Muscle Wasting Controlled with TCVM

Muscle Wasting Controlled with TCVM

By Patricia Madsen Bigwood, DVM, CVA, CVH

“Wizzer” is a five year old, male neutered, German Short Hair Pointer.  He was found as a stray in 2004.  He was healthy until July 2007 when he started a downward spiral of vomiting, weight loss, muscle atrophy, diarrhea, and intermittent anorexia.
Saturday, August 1, 2009/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (1892)/Comments (0)/
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