2015 Annual Conference and Meeting
October 17-20, 2015
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2016 Annual Conference and Meeting
September 9-13, 2016
2017 Annual Conference and Meeting
October 20 – 24, 2017
San Diego, CA
Seminar in Quantum Healing
June 5-7, 2015
Speaker: Ron Hamm DVM
Science has evolved beyond the limited perspective of materialism, making it now possible to condense and integrate many of the different empirical healing rituals of history into one comprehensive, logically congruent, and simple technology of healing. Click for more information.
IVAS US Certification Course in Basic Veterinary Acupuncture
June 10-14, 2015 (session 1 of 5)
The Certification Course in Basic Veterinary Acupuncture has been setting the global standard in veterinary acupuncture since 1974. The curriculum integrates a background of the fundamentals and application of the scientific basis for acupuncture, as well as a background in the fundamentals and applications of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture. The educational program provides acupuncture study and its clinical application for small animal, large animal, avian, and exotic species. Learn more about the IVAS Acupuncture Course.
Neurology for Rehab Practitioners
June 19-21, 2015 (module 1 of 5)
This seminar series is designed to help licensed rehab practitioners (that have successfully completed either CRI, HOWC or UT programs) to expand on how to utilize functional neurology and anatomy to the benefit of their patients and improvement on treatment outcomes.
We will be providing a clinically based curriculum emphasizing scientific information brought to a clinical and functional level. The learning process is designed to build on a module-to-module basis and will expand the practitioner’s skills with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcome.
Cranial Sacral Therapies for Animals
July 25-26, 2015
Cranio-sacral technique is an excellent therapeutic modality for patients that are compromised or with advanced pathology. It is a very low intensity and amplitude technique that when applied correctly it can provide an overwhelming influence on not only the autonomic nervous system, but on the patient’s healing process.
Cranio-sacral technique will greatly improve your palpatory skills and provide you with another treatment modality to bring back the patient to full function (or as close as possible) without exceeding the metabolic rate of the patient.
National and international speaker Dr. Neal Sivula will be sharing over 30 years of experience utilizing this modality.
IVAS Introduction to Acupuncture for Veterinary Support Staff
August 8-9, 2015
The curriculum integrates a background of the fundamentals of the scientific basis for acupuncture, as well as a background in the fundamentals of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The course will also include Tui-Na and TCM food therapy as related modalities. Graduates of the course are prepared for discussion of the attributes of veterinary acupuncture from both a scientific and TCM perspective to clients. They will be able to provide support to veterinary clinics that practice acupuncture. Learn more about the IVAS Acupuncture for Veterinary Support Staff course.
IVAS and AVAC Joint Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture
August 19 – 22, 2015
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Pitcairn Institute of Veterinary Homeopathy Course
September 17-20, 2015 (session 1 of 5)
The 5-session PIVH Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy has helped train over 500 veterinarians to become successful homeopathic practitioners since 1992. Experienced veterinary faculty join Dr. Richard Pitcairn, author of bestselling Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats, will offer a broad range of knowledge in small and large animal medicine. PIVH offers high quality post-graduate education to ensure that homeopathy is an exciting, effective and deeply satisfying method to heal your patients. More information on the PIVH Homeopathy Course.
17th Annual International TCVM Conference
November 12-15, 2015
The Annual TCVM Conference provides a great opportunity for veterinarians to learn from top TCVM experts, meet practitioners from all over the world, and enjoy hands-on experience with Chinese culture and medicine. Attendees may earn up to 44 CE hours during this conference. This year’s theme is “Lameness, pain-management, and TCVM diagnosis in both large and small animals.” Learn more about the TCVM Annual Conference here.