Preview Chapters 1 and 2 of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: Fundamental Principles
TCVM: Fundamental Principles is the first of four volumes in the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine textbook series. The basic principles of TCVM including Yin-Yang, Zang-Fu, Five Elements and Eight Principles are explored and covered in depth, creating a theoretical foundation for the study of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Pet Personality and Clinical Signs Questionnaire

This questionnaire, to be filled out by clients about their pets, is designed to help you determine the constitution of your patient. It also gives the client space to note any clinical signs they have seen in their animals. It is a good reference when you submit case consultations to Dr. Xie. If you have any suggestions for this form, please email

Equine Intake Form

Small Animal Intake Form
These files were designed as an intake form for patients. It is useful for recording findings from a TCVM physical exam as well as to document diagnosis and TCVM treatment. Use it as is or as a template for your own TCVM intake form.

Veterinary Acupuncture Clinical Internship Form
This form is used to document the veterinary acupuncture internship of those seeking CVA certification. As a courtesy to the CVA being shadowed, the form should be filled out for them beforehand. After it has been signed, it can be mailed or scanned and emailed to us for approval.

Application Package for the Chi Institute CVM Student Scholarship
Application Package for the Chi Institute CVM Scholarship for Faculty, Grad Students, and Residents
Chi Institute is proud to offer scholarships to affiliates of colleges of veterinary medicine. We have a separate application for current junior and senior vet school students and for CVM faculty, grad students, and residents. The deadline for this year's application cycle is December 1st.