• Hello Guest,
    We are experiencing difficulties in sending emails. It related to our platform and how it handles the requests. We are working on it. For now, we are using manual methods in sending emails. Please check your SPAM folder as well. Please let me know if you're still experiencing any issue? Use the Contact US at the bottom of the page to reach out.

    Best regards,
    VETeLiB Admin

Integrative Veterinary Medicine, 1e (2023)

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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

thanks
 
Seems like an interesting book. Once I read it for a bit, I might just review it!
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

thanks!
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

Dr. Memon was one of my teachers in vet school.
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

Thanks !
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

Thanks
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

nice sharing
 
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.

*** Hidden text: cannot be quoted. ***


Password: vetelib.com

 

Very curious to read the book
 
Back
Top