Advanced Veterinary Acupuncture Techniques & Tools for Integrative Neurology & Treatment

Learn advanced acupuncture techniques to tackle your most challenging neurological cases.

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Course Overview

This advanced acupuncture gives you the tools to treat your beloved animals. We are excited to announce that Chi University will be offering an advanced veterinary acupuncture course in Japan on January 15th and 16th, 2023. The Advanced Veterinary Acupuncture Techniques and Tools for Integrative Neurology and Treatment course will be 2 days in Sodegaura (袖ヶ浦市, Sodegaura-shi) followed by an optional online track. World-renowned neurologist and TCVM expert Dr. Roger Clemmons will teach the course onsite with Japanese interpretation by Dr. Taka Miyabayashi (宮林孝仁 ).

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Course Objectives

This course is designed to offer the busy clinician with advanced acupuncture techniques and more tools to treat small animal patients. Completing a portion or entirety of this course will satisfy 8 to 30 hours of the Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) internship requirement. A special discount of up to ¥80000 yen has been applied to the tuition and offered to Japanese veterinarians only, compared to similar courses offered in USA and Europe by Chi University.

Advanced Veterinary Acupuncture Techniques & Tools for Integrative Neurology & Treatment

Taught in English

Japanese interpretations provided

For veterinarians & veterinary students only

Curriculum

Auricular & Scalp Acupuncture

1h

Electrical Acupuncture and the Neuroplastic Response

2h

Biocompatible Implants for seizures, behavior, and osteoarthritis

1h

Practical Food Therapy

2h

Western & Eastern Herbal Medicine

2h

Functional Neurological Evaluation

2h

Seizures in Older Patients

2h

Vestibular Disease & Caudal Occipital Malformation Syndrome

2h

Acute Posterior Paresis

2h

10 Acupuncture Techniques: History, Clinical Application, Caution Advanced Acupuncture Methods in dogs

3h

How to Make a TCVM Diagnosis

2h

Case Studies

1h

How to improve clinical results

4h

Case studies-How to make a TCVM Diagnosis and Select Acupoints

2h

Tips to improve your TCVM skills

4h

Instructors

Dr. Clemmons graduated with his DVM from Washington State University. There, he also was granted a PhD in veterinary science (emphasis in neurophysiology and clinical neurology). Dr. Clemmons then took a faculty position at the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine where he practiced neurology and neurosurgery for 35 years before joining the private Veterinary Specialty Hospitals in Florida. Dr. Clemmons, a board-certified specialist in Neurology, has published over 100 peer-reviewed original studies, reviews, papers and abstracts and given numerous presentations, both in the US and abroad. At UF, he has had an active research program and is known for his work on platelet physiology and in the study of neurodegenerative diseases such as degenerative myelopathy. He has developed a number of innovative neurosurgical techniques including fixation of atlantoaxial subluxation and Wobbler’s syndrome. Dr. Clemmons taught veterinary and graduate students at the University of Florida for 35 years. Dr. Clemmons became a certified veterinary acupuncturist (CVA) at Chi in 2000. He was certified in TCVM Food therapy (CVFT) from Chi in 2009. He integrates Veterinary Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, and nutrition into his practice. He is a national and international speaker in the field of neurology and the science of veterinary acupuncture.

Enrollment Options

Semester

2023

Residency

Schedule & Tuition

Day 1: Advanced Acupuncture Techniques and TCVM Tools for Neurological Diseases Track

Location

Location of class

Chiba Animal Medical Center

〒299-0257 1150 Kannou

Sodegaura-shi

Chiba

Contact for hotel & accommodation recommendations

Dr. Taka Miyabayashi 宮林孝仁

iveat@icloud.com

090-5932-1560

Day 2: Integrative Approach to Neurological Disorders in Small Animals Track

Location

Location of class

Chiba Animal Medical Center

〒299-0257 1150 Kannou

Sodegaura-shi

Chiba

Contact for hotel & accommodation recommendations

Dr. Taka Miyabayashi 宮林孝仁

iveat@icloud.com

090-5932-1560

Option Online Track: TCVM Diagnostics, Classical Points, and Advanced Acupuncture Techniques

Payment Information

A ¥10,000 non-refundable course deposit is charged upon enrollment to reserve your seat.

Payment is due 30 days before the start date of each session or course.

Discounts

Enroll for Day 1 and Day 2

-¥5,000

Enroll for Day 1, Day 2, and Online

-¥5,000