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Training for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in all places of their TCVM journey.

Chi Institute 2019 Advanced Acupuncture Class On-line Registration
Step 1 - Student Information (class for licensed veterinarians and veterinary school students only)

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Step 2 - Contact Information

Step 3 - Class and Session(s) to Register
Prerequisites: Completion of a 120-hr veterinary acupuncture course.

Tuition shown is early registration rate for payment received 30 days or earlier before the start of the online session. Tuition of related session goes up for $50 if the payment is received within 30 days.
Additional Tuition: $0   

Total Tuition Amount Due: $

Step 4 - Payment Information

Pay by Credit/Debit Card  (Recommended) - your credit/debit card information is secured by HTTPS encryption

(If you choose NOT to pay the entire balance of the tuition upon the registration,  you agree that the Chi Institute will automatically charge the full tuition amount on this credit/debit card 30 days before the beginning of the online portion, unless you notify us otherwise in advance.)

** If you choose not to pay by credit card, we can NOT guarantee your seat until your payment is received by us. ALL checks must be drawn on USA Banks - US Dollars Only. Please make the check payable to: Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine. Please include your name & course of study on the memo line if paying by a company check. The payment must be received by us at least 30 days before each session to receive the early registration rate.

***A $25 fee is required for all wire transfers


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  • TCVM for Veterinary Technicians is a program designed to teach your vet techs to support and promote TCVM services in your practice. A typical TCVM visit can last 1 to 1.5 hours, so a properly trained TCVM vet tech can greatly increase the efficiency of your practice.

  • Conventional veterinary medicine and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) differ in their approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases. When integrated the two together can produce a more effective option for patients.

  • Business Management for an Integrative Veterinary Practice is a course designed to introduce students to all aspects of managing their own integrative practice and developing their professional skills.