Nuestros Amigos Los Animales: El Vinculo Con Los Animales Puede Mejorar Nuestra Propia Vida

Nuestros Amigos Los Animales El Vinculo Con Los Animales Puede Mejorar Nuestra Propia Vida This book can help us to provide the best possible care to these creatures that day after day teach us their example of giving and generosity without limits
  • Title: Nuestros Amigos Los Animales: El Vinculo Con Los Animales Puede Mejorar Nuestra Propia Vida
  • Author: Allen M. Schoen
  • ISBN: 9788479534936
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nuestros Amigos Los Animales: El Vinculo Con Los Animales Puede Mejorar Nuestra Propia Vida
    This book can help us to provide the best possible care to these creatures that, day after day, teach us their example of giving and generosity without limits.
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  • Allen M. Schoen

    Dr Schoen is one of the pioneers in veterinary acupuncture and natural therapies, developing and practicing them since 1981 He has been acknowledged worldwide for introducing the concept of an integrative approach to veterinary medicine, bridging the gap between conventional and alternative medicine With over 30 years of clinical experience, teaching and research, he has developed his own unique integrative approach to animal health care.He received his DVM from Cornell University s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978, and also holds a Masters Degree in Neurophysiology and Animal Behavior from the University of Illinois He was certified in Veterinary Acupuncture in 1982 and is a past president of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and was one of the first veterinarians certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association In addition, he has advanced training in botanical medicine and homeopathy, and the best of all these therapies are incorporated into his practice Dr Schoen has worked to bring the best of complementary therapies into mainstream acceptance He started the Department of Acupuncture at The Animal Medical Center in NYC the largest animal hospital in the world in 1982 He has taught and lectured at veterinary schools and conferences nationally and internationally He has been a Clinical Assistant Professor at both Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine as well as Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine In 1996, he was appointed to a six member committee by the American Veterinary Medical Association AVMA to develop guidelines for Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine CAVM.His extensive clinical experience with complementary therapies, combined with an interest in the latest research, led to his editing the two principle veterinary textbooks on these modalities Veterinary Acupuncture Ancient Art to Modern Medicine, first published in 1994, is now in its second printing Complementary Alternative Veterinary Medicine Principles and Practice co edited with Susan Wynn, DVM was published in 1998 Both have been translated into other languages In his effort to reach the general public, he wrote the books Love, Miracles, and Animal Healing with Pam Proctor in 1995 and Kindred Spirits How the Remarkable Bond Between Humans and Animals Can Change the Way We Live in 2001 He was honored with an honorary Ph.D from Becker College for his contributions to veterinary medicine as well as receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association of Veterinary Acupuncture for his groundbreaking contributions to Veterinary Acupuncture He has received research grants for evaluating new approaches to animal health care.Dr Schoen continues to explore the integration of mind body medicine and other cutting edge approaches into veterinary medicine and animal health care In addition, he feels that the integration of an attitude of loving kindness and compassion into all endeavors is an integral part of healing all beings and our world Dr Schoen divides his time between his veterinary practice, teaching, writing and developing new approaches to animal health care, all infused with a foundation of loving kindness and compassion for all beings.

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