Practical Guide to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Vol. 2
Small Animal Practice
- 2014, 1001 pages
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This is the 2nd of four volumes of Practical TCVM and describes the diagnosis and treatment of Small Animal Diseases.
The first volume, Practical Guide to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine-Emergencies and 5-Element Syndromes, was published in 2014.
Two subsequent volumes cover TCVM for equines (14 chapters) and exotic species (13 chapters), respectively.
Each chapter of these volumes presents the complete TCVM treatment of disorders commonly seen in clinical practice.
In this volume, the most common TCVM Patterns for each conventional medical diagnosis in dogs and cats are discussed.
For each pattern, the etiology, clinical signs and treatment with acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Tui-na, Food Therapy and lifestyle modification are described.
Finally, each chapter includes case examples to illustrate the treatments that have been described, and provide information on the success of the treatment.
Dr. Chrisman received her DVM From Michigan State University in 1968, an MS degree from the Ohio State University in 1974 and an EdS degree from University of Florida (UF) in 1991. The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine certified her in veterinary neuurology in 1976. The Chi Institute certified…
Lisa Trevisanello Dr.Med.Vet., CVA works as Academic and Administrative Director at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Lindsey Wedemeyer received her veterinary degree from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom in 2004. After becoming certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine she esstablished her own TCVM practice in the UK, which she successfully ran for several years before relocating to the United States and joining…
Huisheng Xie has got his degree from the Sichuan College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine in Sichuan, China. Dr. Xie worked an assistant and staff veterinarian in the College of Veterinary Medicine of the Beijing Agricultural University. After receiving his master of veterinary science in veterinary acupuncture, Xie was…