Books on veterinary medicine with TCM
TCM does not only work wonders for human beings.
Books for the veterinary medicine with emphasis Chinese medicine are accommodated here. In the veterinary TCM (veterinary medicine) you will find TCM basic books on the treatment of animals by acupuncture or Chinese herbal medicine.
Knowing acupuncture points and animal pathways
In the field of physiotherapy/veterinary medicine, i.e. manual medicine for animals, there are books on osteopathy for animals. In the TCM Veterinary Medicine Basic Books you will find various acupuncture charts for cattle and birds by C. Krokowski. The clearly arranged teaching boards show the acupuncture points and meridians of cattle or birds.
Become familiar with TCM
You will also find books in other languages such as the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine by Xie Huisheng or Chinese herbal formulas for veterinarians by J. Chen and T. Beebe. This book was written especially for Western veterinarians who are less familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Acupuncture especially for horses, …
In the section horse acupuncture you will find books about acupuncture points and meridian charts for horses. The book Acupuncture and Phytotherapy for Horses and the Pocket Compendium by C. Krokowski show both acupuncture and phytotherapy for horses.
Another important veterinary book on the subject of acupuncture is offered by the well-known author C. Eul-Matern, with her book Akupunktur bei Pferdekrankheiten. With this book she bridges the gap between western indications and traditional Chinese diagnosis. Alternatively, we recommend Guray’s book on horse acupuncture. We also keep a book about Shiatsu for horses by C. Tindall. Thanks to this you can help your horse with muscle problems and tensions with the relaxation method Shiatsu to new well-being. The book is also available in English.
Acupuncture for dogs and cats
We also keep books on acupuncture and Chinese medicine for dogs and cats. Here you will also find acupuncture boards by C. Krokowski for cats and dogs. They show the guiding lines and acupuncture points for dogs and cats. The book Acupuncture in dogs and cats by D. Draehmpaehl and A. Zohmann shows how you can treat or heal your dogs and cats with Chinese medicine and acupuncture. In the book Shiatsu for dogs, the author explains B. Beutler explains the basic concepts of Chinese medicine such as Yin and Yang, the Five Elements and the meridians for diagnosis and treatment of the dog. You will also find English verterinary TCM books by Xie Huisheng, such as the Chinese Veterinary herbal Handbook or by Chen/Beebe, Chinese hebal formulas for Veterinarians, two exceptionally good titles for veterinarians.