Dr. Stephen Tobin
Holistic Veterinary Medicine, 26 Pleasant St., Meriden, CT 06450
(203) 238-9863, firstname.lastname@example.org
Predominantly small animal practice, 95% alternative. Modalities used: homeopathy, nutrition, and herbs.
No housing or stipend provided.
Dr. Bev London
London Veterinary Energy Medicine, DeWitt, MI, 48820
(517) 230-8775, email@example.com
Dr. London is offering an externship program to those interested in holistic medicine. The practice is predominantly equine in the summer and more canine/feline in the winter. The doctor practices animal chiropractic, acupuncture, applied kinesology, MLS laser therapy, nutritional response testing, and radionics.
There is no stipend or housing being offered and the time period is 1 day to 2 weeks. Please contact Dr. London by phone or email.
Available for externship or mentoring. Has frequently hosted IVAS and CHI students. TCM chiropractic (not integrated) office practicing acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutrition and chiropractic.
Dr. Martha Gearhart
Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
(845) 635-2110, www.pleasantvalleyveterinary.com
Dr. Gearhart is certified in acupuncture CVA-IVAS, Equi-MYO (canine/feline course only), ABVP. This is a small companion animal practice seeing 5-10 patients a day. The practice provides acupuncture, holistic nutrition, nutraceuticals, Myo therapy, Tui-Na, along with surgery, ultrasound, radiology, and physical therapy. The position is unpaid with no available housing.
Please call in the morning and ask for Mary Lictro or email through the website.
Dr. Anders is offering an externship program to those interested in holistic medicine. The practice is 90% holistic, treating 50% small animal, 50% large animal as well as reptiles, birds, and exotic pets.
Dr. Anders is a licensed veterinarian in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan. He has been in practice at County Animal Clinic since 1985. Dr Anders is certified by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society as a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and as a Certified Veterinary Herbalist in Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Students will experience in house diagnostics, primary care, acupuncture, chiropractic, holistic nutrition, muscle testing, surgery, radiology, therapeutic laser treatments, ozone therapy, stem cell therapy, platelet rich plasma regenerative therapy, and physical rehabilitation therapy as well as surgical procedures, and digital radiology.
Students will observe, record, and discuss patient cases with the doctor. The externship is unpaid but housing will be provided. Please email resume with goals and experience.
Dr. Marjorie Lewter
Holistic Veterinary Consultants, Blacksburg, VA 24060
Dr. Lewter is certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbs (IVAS). Experiences likely to be encountered are in-house diagnostics, primary care, acupuncture, chiropractic, holistic nutrition, nutraceuticals, homeopathy, herbals, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, hospice care, Ayurveda and cold laser therapy.
4th year veterinary students experience a wide variety of veterinary practice from equine to small animal, cattle, goats and sheep. The percentage varies with the season. Students will observe, listen, keep records, and discuss cases with the doctor. The externship is one month and unpaid. Housing is available. Please email resume with goals.
Our beautiful, unique, and serene holistic veterinary clinic offers externships for veterinary students, as well as internships for vets acquiring their practical hours to earn their acupuncture certifications.
We have succeeded in creating a comforting environment in which we currently provide acupuncture, herbs, reiki, nutrition, laser, lab work, quality of life counseling, and end of life transitioning. We have an exceptionally well stocked herbal pharmacy.
We are a limited services facility that works closely with our referring colleagues. Our clients are progressive and grateful for our practical and natural approach.