The Chi Institute’s faculty and staff have been very eager to meet you all in person in beautiful Austin since announcing the first Chi Institute seminar in Texas early this year. However, in response to the latest developments of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. and the Public Health Order issued in Austin and Travis County requiring individuals to remain in place at home, with exceptions for essential work and activities. We have decided to move this seminar to a Live Webinar. The health and safety of our students, speakers, and staff are our highest priority.
Dr. Donna Hein and Dr. John Langlois will present the same informative lectures through a real-time online webinar with the free app/software Zoom at the same time and following the same schedule as the on-site class on Saturday and Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd. You will see and listen to the speakers, their PowerPoint presentations and interact with faculty and staff to answer questions through your computer, tablets or smartphone. The webinar will be recorded, as well, for you to review or study online through our state-of-the-art remote learning portal (learn.tcvm.com) for 3 months. Attendees will receive special perks and discounts for attending this live webinar.
This 14 hour introductory seminar covers the clinical applications of the Veterinary Acupuncture and the Equine Veterinary Medical Manipulation (EVMM or chiropractic). It will not only be valuable for veterinarians new to these integrative veterinary medicine modalities, but can be a refresher course for those who may have studied it years ago to learn from the senior Chi faculty. In this seminar, students will have opportunity to watch a live canine acupuncture demo and practice simple acupuncture techniques with Chi acupuncture balls. The objectives for this seminar are:
After the class, you will be able to:
- Learn clinical tips and applications for veterinary acupuncture and veterinary chiropractic from senior Chi faculty and integrative veterinary clinicians.
- Master the fundamental principles of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) including Yin-Yang and Five Elements.
- Understand how to use acupuncture for pain management in both dogs and horses and how to incorporate acupuncture into veterinary practice.
- Understand the benefits and how to use Veterinary Medical Spinal Manipulation in horses.
The Small Animal portion is RACE approved for 7 hours.
The Equine portion is RACE approval for 7 hours.