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Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), although
relatively new to the Western world, is a medical system that has been
used in China to treat animals for thousands of years. It is an
adaptation and extension of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) used to
treat humans. Speaking broadly, Chinese Medicine is a complete body of
thought and practice grounded in Chinese Daoist philosophy. Though it
can be traced back over two millennia in recorded history, it, like any
medical system, continues to evolve today, and current research on
acupuncture and herbal medicine is beginning to shed light on its
mechanism of action.
Congratulations to the graduates of the Spring 2016 Small Animal, Equine and Mixed Practice acupuncture course!
The Annual International TCVM Conference will take place in Toronto, Canada in 2017. Register soon for the early bird special.
Over 100 veterinarians and veterinary students from 10 different countries attended the course in Guangzhou, China. The class is taught by the Chi Institute and hosted by the South China Agricultural University.
The Basic Acupuncture Program certifies students in veterinary acupuncture. Classes are split into small animal, mixed practice, and equine practice.
Advanced Programs include an advanced acupuncture course as well as certification courses in the other TCVM modalities - herbal medicine, food therapy, and tui-na.
A variety of courses for people in every stage of their TCVM journey.
ANNUAL TCVM CONFERENCE
Held alternately from the U.S. and abroad, the annual conference invites TCVM practitioners from around the world to speak about their clinical cases and research.