Intro Seminar Overview
Clinical Application to TCVM and Integrative Medicine is a 7 hour introductory seminar which covers the Fundamental Principles of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and the two major branches of TCVM: Veterinary Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. These seminars take place throughout the year in multiple locations. Seminars are available for the Small Animal track.
These seminars are not only valuable for veterinarians new to integrative veterinary medicine modalities, but can be a refresher course for those who may have studied it years ago. With these seminars participants will be able to:
- Learn clinical tips and applications for veterinary acupuncture.
- Evaluate the fundamental principles of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) including Yin-Yang and Five Elements.
- Understand how to use Veterinary Acupuncture for pain management in dogs
Clinical Application to TCVM and Integrative Medicine
Taught in English
For veterinarians & veterinary students only
7 RACE approved CE hours
Small Animal Practice
What are Acupuncture Points & Meridians?
Five Elements & Clinical Applications
Scientific Basis of Veterinary Acupuncture
Acupuncture for Pain Management and Osteoarthritis
How to Start Acupuncture Practice & Acupuncture Demo
Understanding Chinese Herbal Medicine
TCVM Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Introduction to Small Animal CVA Program
Dr. Jen Hebel received her PhD in Anatomy and Neurobiology in 2003 and DVM in 2005 at Colorado State University. She was a handler and trainer with Search and Rescue Dogs of Colorado and a Captain in the United States Army Veterinary Corps. Dr. Hebel is a certified rehabilitation therapist through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute and has completed chiropractic training at Options for Animals and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine at the Chi Institute. Dr. Hebel enjoys doing sports medicine for performance dogs and has a special interest in myofascial release techniques for muscle injuries. In her free time, Jen enjoys yoga, collecting orchids, and reading historical fiction. Drs. Grant and Jen Hebel own and operate Five Elements Veterinary Alternatives, an integrative veterinary clinic in Omaha, NE where they offer Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation and sound/vibrational healing.
Dr. Grant Hebel received his DVM in 1995 at Kansas State University. In addition to clinical veterinary practice, he has served as a veterinary officer in the US Army with deployment to the Middle East in 2003. Dr. Hebel is a 2012 graduate of the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and a 2013 graduate of the Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic. Grant is a triathlete and enjoys playing the didgeridoo in his free time. Drs. Grant and Jen Hebel own and operate Five Elements Veterinary Alternatives, an integrative veterinary clinic in Omaha, NE where they offer Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation and sound/vibrational healing.
Sessions to Attend
Schedule & Tuition
Small Animal Session
On-site in Omaha, NE
Payment is due upon enrollment of the course
A $50 convenience fee will be charged for payments and registrations received less than 30 days before the start of a session.