The 2nd Asian Conference on TCVM in Seoul, South Korea (May, 2023)

Attend clinical research talks, participate in hands-on workshops, and network with other TCVM professionals from around the world

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Call for Abstracts

On the behalf of the Asia-Pacific Association of TCVM (APA-TCVM), we are pleased to invite all TCVM clinicians and researchers to attend the 2nd Asia TCVM Conference that will be held in Seoul, South Korea from May 8 to 10, 2023. We will hold the second APA-TCVM board of directors (BOD) meeting on May 9 afternoon, I am honored to invite all the BOD members to participate in the BOD meeting in Seoul.Please also consider to submit your abstracts for presentation during the 2nd Asia TCVM Conference. The topics can be a case study how to diagnose and/or treat a disease or medical condition/syndrome in dogs, cats, horses, or exotic and zoo animals. This is a 10 to 30-minute presentation.

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Presentation Awards

Each selected 30-minute presentation will be awarded $100, and each selected 10-minute presentation will be awarded $50. The awards will be subtracted from the conference registration dues. A certificate will be awarded to the first-place presenter in each category.

Email your Word Document as an attachment to Betsy@chiu.edu. Abstracts must be received electronically no later than 11:59 PM (EST) on January 31, 2023. You will receive a notification by email that your abstract has been received. Please advise if an acknowledgement is not received within 5 business days of submission. Notification of acceptance or rejection of abstracts will be emailed by February 15, 2023.

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Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline: January 31, 2023
Selection notifications sent:February 15, 2023

Final full paper submission deadline: April 1, 2023

Conference registration deadline: April 1, 2023
PowerPoint presentation submission deadline: April 1, 2023

For More Information

For additional information please contact Betsy@chiu.edu

The 2nd Asian Conference on TCVM in Seoul, South Korea (May, 2023)

Taught in English

For veterinarians & veterinary students

Conference Lectures

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-Make a TCVM Diagnosis and Select Acupoints

2h

Tips to improve your TCVM skills

4h

Workshops

Day 1

Questions from students Review from online lectures

2h

Demo: Acupuncture point implantation

2h

Scalp and Ear Acupuncture

1h

Point Embedding and Electro-acupuncture techniques

1h

Aqua-acp, Pneumo-acp and Other Techniques

1h

Simple Tui-na Techniques

1h

Day 2

Classical Points in the Head (top 23 points)

1h

Classical Points in the Trunk (top 26 points)

1h

Classical Points in the Limbs (top 28 points)

1h

Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis

1h

Demo: How to Approach a TCVM Case

4h

Instructors

Dr. Xie has 39 years of clinical, teaching, and research experience in veterinary acupuncture and TCVM. He has trained over 10,000 veterinarians to practice TCVM worldwide. Dr. Xie’s education includes advanced training in veterinary medicine, veterinary acupuncture, and human acupuncture. Dr. Xie has authored 20 books and over 100 peer-reviewed papers. His textbooks, including Xie’s Veterinary Herbology, Xie’s Veterinary Acupuncture, and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine-Fundamental Principles, have been used for TCVM training programs around the world. Dr. Xie continues to teach and develop educational courses and programs at Chi University, serves as a full clinical professor at the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine, and is an honorary professor at China Agricultural University, South China Agricultural University, and China Southwest University.

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Dr. Ma is a professor at the College of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, Agricultural University of Hebei, China. Dr. Ma graduated from the College of TCVM, University of Hebei, China in 1987. From there she became a teaching assistant at her hometown University. She received her Master's degree of TCVM in 2005 and got her PhD from the College of Veterinary Medicine, China Agricultural University in 2008. She has authored 4 TCVM textbooks and published over 50 papers. She was a visiting professor at Cornell University, the University of Florida, and Chi from 2011 to 2012.

Dr. Min Su Kim received his DVM from Kyungpook National University of Veterinary Medicine and PhD degree from the Seoul National University in 2006 with acupuncture and surgery studies. Then, he completed an internship in acupuncture at the University of Florida (UF) Veterinary Medical Center. He is associate professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Chonbuk National University and has been working as a research professor at Indiana Medical School. He has authored over 5 books of veterinary surgery and traditional veterinary medicine and published over 90 papers on veterinary surgery and acupuncture in peer-reviewed journals. He has been working as academic committee chair in both Korean Society of Veterinary Surgery (KSVS) and Korean Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine (KSTVM). He has been one of the major speakers and instructors at the Chi courses in South Korea and Beijing.

Dr. Hanwen Cheng practices in New Taipei City, Taiwan. He received his DVM degree from National Chia Yi University. Dr. Cheng is the President of The Chinese Society of Traditional Veterinary Science, and the Vice Chairman of the Fourth Members Conference of Asian Society of Traditional Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Cheng has been invited to speak by different veterinary medical associations, including the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, the Chinese Society of Traditional Veterinary Science, Chi University, and other various universities. Dr. Cheng received the Taiwan Outstanding Veterinarian Award by National Veterinary Festival in 1999 and was recognized as one of the Top Ten International TCVM Practitioners by Global Sun Samiao in 2012.

Dr. Chee May Wong graduated with a DVM from University Putra Malaysia in 2003. She has practiced in small animal and emergency medicine for eighteen years and established several of her own private clinics in Kuala Lumpur.

In 2013, Dr. Wong began pursuing an education in TCVM at the Chi. She became:

  • a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) in 2013
  • a Certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist (CVCH) in 2017
  • a Certified Veterinary Tui-na Practitioner (CVTP) in 2017
  • a Certified Veterinary Food Therapist (CVFT) with Dean's List recognition in 2017
  • a Certified Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Practitioner (CTCVMP) in 2018

She received her Master's of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (MS-TCVM) in 2019.

Dr. Wong serves as the Director of Chi Malaysia and enjoys tutoring and instructing labs. She has published and presented her case and research studies including:

  • “Integrative Medical Approach to Anaplasmosis in a Dog”
  • “TCVM Approach to Acute Pelvic Limb Paralysis in a Dog”
  • "The Effectiveness of Integrating Gui Pi Tang with Conventional Medicines in the Treatment of Thrombocytopenia in Dogs: A Retrospective Study”

Her mission is to save more lives, especially in emergency critical care cases, by using the latest integrative medical approach with Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine treatment regime.

Enrollment Options

Semester

2023

Schedule & Tuition

Asia TCVM Conference Lectures

Location

Location of class

VIP Animal TCVM and Rehabilitation Center by Dr. Shin

7, Samseong-ro 133-gil

Gangnam-gu, Seoul

Republic of Korea

Small Animal Advanced Acupuncture Workshop

Location

Location of class

VIP Animal TCVM and Rehabilitation Center by Dr. Shin

7, Samseong-ro 133-gil

Gangnam-gu, Seoul

Republic of Korea

Payment Information

A $100.00 non-refundable course deposit is charged upon enrollment to reserve your seat.

Payment is due 90 days before the start date of each session or course.