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Headline News 2012 Spring Issue

Headline News 2012 Spring Issue

Chi Institute Australia is Taking off

The Chi Institute is proud to announce that the 2012 Small Animal Acupuncture course in Australia begins in May! The course will be 5 sessions, 2 online and 3 onsite, down under in beautiful and spectacular Australia! For more info, visit www.tcvm.com.au

 

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Sunday, April 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2023)/Comments (0)/
Have Needles, Will Travel

Have Needles, Will Travel

by Ruth West, UFCVM Class 2011

Two weeks after finishing Session 4 of the 2010 Spring Mixed Practice Acupuncture course, I was on my way to Coos Bay, Oregon for the last of my vet school summer externships.
Sunday, April 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (2123)/Comments (0)/
Kidney Qi Deficiency and Bony Bi Syndrome

Kidney Qi Deficiency and Bony Bi Syndrome

by Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM, CVA

A nine year old female spayed Labrador Retriever came to me due to an acute LF lameness two weeks prior, after chasing a squirrel in the yard. The lameness worsened with exercise. She also had a history of chronic bilateral hind limb stiffness and intermittent lameness, worse after resting.

 

Sunday, April 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (3212)/Comments (0)/
TCVM Treatment for Seizures

TCVM Treatment for Seizures

by Dr. Aituan Ma, Professor, College of TCVM, Hebei Agricultural University of China

In Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), seizures and epilepsy belong to Nei-feng (Internal Wind) syndrome.The earliest literature on Internal Wind can be found in Su Wen published during the 3rd century BC.2 Internal Wind is often related with hyperactivity of Liver Yang and manifested by altered consciousness, muscle tremors and convulsions.1
Sunday, April 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (10935)/Comments (0)/
Spleen Qi Deficiency with Stagnation and Blood Deficiency in a Cat with Megacolon

Spleen Qi Deficiency with Stagnation and Blood Deficiency in a Cat with Megacolon

by Teresa Bradley Bays DVM, CVA Belton, MO, USA

Signalment: Geriatric, M/N, DSH, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) positive, rescue cat at local shelter 

Owner's Complaint: 7 month duration of megacolon, with partial perianal hernias due to straining, presented for euthanasia 
 

Tuesday, November 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (3815)/Comments (0)/
The Use of Yi Guan Jian in a Dog with Hepatic Disease

The Use of Yi Guan Jian in a Dog with Hepatic Disease

by Lisa Radwan DVM, CVA Gillett, WI, USA

History: Maggie, an 11 year old, 10.5 kg., spayed female terrier mix presented with a 2 day history of anorexia and intermittent bilious vomiting. There was no known toxin or disease exposure. She shared her home with an indoor cat and a 10 year old Chihuahua. She led a sedentary life. Her previous history included chronic periodontal disease, obesity, now resolved, and a minor cruciate injury remised with rest and Chinese Herbs (Tendon Ligament formula from Jing Tang Herbal pharmacy.)

 

Tuesday, November 1, 2011/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (3331)/Comments (0)/
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