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December: How Does Cold Disrupt Qi?

Tuesday, 01 December 2020 09:00

December makes most of us think about snow and hot chocolate. The days grow shorter and the nights longer as winter starts to get settled in. The winter season is associated with Cold in TCVM and the element Water. There are three important characteristics of Cold. 1) Cold can interrupt the balanc...

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November: Fall Foods

Sunday, 01 November 2020 09:00

It’s the fall season and as the leaves change colors and the air gets cooler and crisps, we think about certain foods. Pumpkin, squash, apples for example are fall favorites. Food therapy is one of the four branches of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). With food therapy veterinarians...

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October: Awareness Month for Lung and Liver Health

Thursday, 01 October 2020 16:35

This October is Lung and Liver Health Awareness Month.  We are excited to share some TVCM information about the Zhang organs Lung and Liver. A nice quick review and an inside look to potential cases our TCVM vets might see in their clinics. Lung (Zang) partners with Large Intestine (Fu), and ...

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House Call Safety COVID-19

Thursday, 09 April 2020 19:51

While normal business safety practices should be done, these processes are in conjunction with your already existing well-being measures: Regarding Client Services: Email clients to ask that they inform you if anyone in the home is sick or has potential exposure (and trust your company will do t...

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TCVM Around the World: Small Animal Acupuncture in Indonesia

Thursday, 16 January 2020 04:23

Join 13 Chi Institute Indonesia students as they embark upon their Small Animal Acupuncture training. Students traveled from around the world, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and India, to gain hands-on acupuncture experience from top TCVM educators. Watch this short clip to follow their j...

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