TCVM — Preventive Seasonal Medicine For Dogs

Duration: 03:12

Course Description

If you’re familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine, you may know that the seasons of the year are associated with different personalities, organs and ages, in both people and pets. A variety of foods also correspond with each season, and you can use these foods at certain times of the year to promote your dog’s health (it’s best to seek the guidance of a holistic or integrative veterinarian who is experienced in Traditional Chinsese Veterinary Medicine). Take a walk through the year and learn how you can boost your dog’s well-being using a TCVM perspective.

Things to Learn

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the different seasons are associated with specific personalities, bodily organs, ages, and foods. By understanding these factors, you can use seasonal medicine and nutrition to keep him balanced and healthy.

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About Instructor

Jody Bearman, DVM, CVA, CVCH, CVSMT

Dr. Jody Bearman graduated from the the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. Wanting to help animals that couldn’t be diagnosed or treated with Western medicine, and those that developed severe side effects from Western medicine, she became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in 2005, is also a certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist, practices Tui-na (Chinese massage and physical therapy) and food therapy, and has instructed at the Chi Institute. Dr. Bearman became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation therapy in 2014, and is a member of the College of Animal Chiropractors. She trained in homeopathy and is a member of the AVH. She has a three-veterinarian integrative practice in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Course Includes

  • Course Certificate