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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.


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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
本书首先讨论了综合兽医学的基本概念,然后详细研究了每种形式。配套网站提供显示针灸技术的视频剪辑。
在 Integrative Veterinary Medicine 中,读者可以找到有关以下主题的详细信息:
  • 与软组织和神经学概念相关的针灸解剖学和生理学,以及中国传统针灸理论(阴阳、五行理论和经络)
  • 兽医推拿疗法(神经病学、生物力学和现有证据),以及按摩疗法和肌筋膜原理
  • 草药疗法的起源和主要系统以及选定的循证干预措施和不良事件、草药-药物相互作用、补充剂评估和监管
  • 营养趋势,例如生食、自制饮食、无谷物饮食、主人的看法和当前的营销
一卷涵盖所有物种的常见方式,综合兽医学是任何希望在其实践中使用综合技术的兽医从业者以及参与综合兽医学相关研究计划的兽医学生、学者和研究人员的重要参考.





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Mushtaq A. Memon,BVSc,MSc,PhD,DACT,是美国华盛顿州普尔曼市华盛顿州立大学兽医学院的名誉教授。
谢慧生,医学博士,硕士,博士,美国佛罗里达州雷迪克市志大学教授,美国佛罗里达州盖恩斯维尔佛罗里达大学兽医学院名誉教授。

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

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From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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thank you
 
Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Password: vetelib.com

 

Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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Password: vetelib.com

 

great
 
Integrative Veterinary Medicine
Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment

Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.

The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.

In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:

  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.

916Wy2TB39L._AC_UF1000,1000_QL80_.jpg


From the Back Cover​


Practical guide integrating holistic modalities into Western veterinary practice to help with patient treatment
Integrative Veterinary Medicine provides a clinically oriented, evidence-based guide to integrating complementary and conventional therapies into veterinary practice. Covering acupuncture, manual therapies, botanical and herbal medicine, integrative nutrition, and physical rehabilitation, the book draws information on these modalities together into a single resource. Rooted in evidence-based medicine, it demonstrates how to use these modalities in veterinary practice.
The book begins by discussing the basic concepts of integrative veterinary medicine, then examines each modality in detail. A companion website offers video clips showing acupuncture techniques.
In Integrative Veterinary Medicine, readers can expect to find detailed information on topics such as:
  • Anatomy and physiology of acupuncture with relation to soft tissue and neurologic concepts, and traditional Chinese theory of acupuncture (Yin and Yang, Five Element Theory, and The Meridians)
  • Veterinary manipulative therapy (neurology, biomechanics, and available evidence), and massage therapy and myofascial principles
  • Origins and major systems of herbal therapy with selected evidence-based interventions and adverse events, herb-drug interactions, supplement evaluation, and regulation
  • Trends in nutrition, such as raw diets, home-prepared diets, grain-free diets, owner perception, and current marketing
Covering common modalities across all species in one volume, Integrative Veterinary Medicine is an essential reference for any veterinary practitioner wishing to use integrative techniques in their practices, as well as veterinary students, academics, and researchers involved in programs of study related to integrative veterinary medicine.





About the Author​


The editors
Mushtaq A. Memon, BVSc, MSc, PhD, DACT, is Professor Emeritus at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, Washington, USA.
Huisheng Xie, DVM, MS, PhD, is Professor at the Chi University in Reddick, Florida, USA and Professor Emeritus at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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