Chinese Herbal Formulas for Veterinarians
- ISBN: 9780974063591
- 2012, 1300 pages
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Chinese Herbal Formulas for Veterinarians by John K. Chen, Tina T. Chen, Signe Beebe and Michael Salewski is an additional book to Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology as well as Chinese Herbal Formulas and Applications.
Chinese Herbal Formulas for Veterinarians combines historical information of Chinese herbal medicine with current research and clinical applications in veterinary medicine. The authors combine pharmacology, relevant research and clinical experience to give a detailled understanding for practitioners who to be able to integrate Chinese herbal medicine into their clinical practice.
Detailed traditional and veterinary uses, preparation, administration, dosages, combinations, cautions, contraindications and toxicology
Comprehensive pharmacology of herbal medicinal formulas, with detailled information on concurrent uses of herbal formulas and pharmaceuticals
Documentation from clinical studies and published research, as well as pre-publication review contributions from over 140 academic professionals
Clinical experience and application of herbal formulas in a veterinary practice
Insights into the historical context and backgrounds to help to understand disease patterns, treatment strategies and herbal formulas.
This book is a Must Have for those who practice or are interested in veterinary applications of Chinese herbal medicine.
Dr. Signe Beebe, DVM, CVA, CVCH, CVT is qualified and certified in veterinary acupuncture, Chinese herbs, food therapy, tuina and Canine rehabilitation as well as physical therapy. She is the owner of the Integrative Veterinary Center in California, a member of the Thorne Research veterinary advisory board and an assistant editor of the American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a Co-author together with John Chen of the Clinical Handbook of Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine and Chinese Herbal Formulas for Veterinarians. She received her DVM from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced veterinary emergency medicine and critical care exclusively until 1997. During that time, she owned and operated a 24-hour animal emergency medicine and critical care facility in central Washington state. She began her study of alternative and complementary medicine modalities in 1994. She relocated to California in 1997, where she practices integrative veterinary medicine. Dr. Beebe has a special interest in the application of Chinese herbal medicine, food therapy and intravenous Vitamin C for the treatment of cancer, and in the use of veterinary prolotherapy to rehabilitate and treat chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions.