PBS Video 'Spotlight on Chinese Veterinary Medicine'

In early 2012, PBS visited the Chi Institute of Chinese Veterinary Medicine to make a short documentary on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). Interviewing third generation TCVM practitioner Dr. Huisheng Xie (founder of the Chi Institute) and renowned veterinary neurologist Dr. Cheryl Chrisman (emeritus professor of neurology at the University of Florida), the documentary explores the differences between Western medicine and TCVM, the particular strengths of each, and what conditions can be helped by TCVM. The program also shows numerous animals being peacefully treated with acupuncture, showing that for the vast majority, it is not a negative or painful procedure.

The Chi Institute, which is known as the premier TCVM training institute in the US, is where Dr. Lindsey Wedemeyer received her training in Chinese herbal medicine, food therapy and Tui-na. She has been a faculty member at Chi since 2010 and teaches both acupuncture and herbal medicine to other veterinarians.



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Appointments

New York Veterinary Acupuncture Service provides acupuncture, herbal medicine, Tui-na and Chinese food therapy on either a house call basis or at several area clinics. House calls are offered in New York's Orange County (Newburgh, Middletown, Beacon, Warwick, Goshen, Washingtonville, Florida, Chester, Monroe, Harriman, Tuxedo and surrounding areas). Thursday house calls are available in Manhattan. Fees vary by location; for more information, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Office visits are available as follows:

High Point K9 Center
2224 Mt. Hope Rd., Middletown, NY
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Compassion Veterinary Health Center
235 South Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY
Contact CVHC on 845-473-0358 for appointments

Contact NYVAS

Phone:
845-219-3426

Email:
drlindsey@nyveterinaryacupuncture.com


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